See a Live Demonstration of a CIPP Lining Process

Nu Flow Technologies took to Facebook Live to show their followers a live demonstration of the patented cured-in-place pipe lining process for small-diameter pipes, Nu Drain. 

Watch the video to see Nu Flow Technologies’ Director of Technology, Sales & Licensing answering questions and providing knowledgeable and insightful feedback while technicians were demoing products live. 

To learn more about Nu Flow Technologies licensing and manufacturing, and to see how you can become an installer click here.

What is Nu Drain by Nu Flow Technologies?

The cured in-place pipe restoration process is an economical and efficient alternative to traditional pipe system replacement. Nu Flow’s CIPP lining technology allows you to restore and renew aged, corroded piping systems to a “better than new” condition without removing them. The epoxy liner installed to the pipes’ interior will seal and protect the system from further deterioration, dramatically extending the life of the piping systems. The process of CIPP lining can be used on a variety of piping materials, which include clay, concrete, metal, iron steel, PVC and fiberglass. 

Nu Flow’s pull-in-place structural liner process is a patented, non-destructive technology that allows anyone occupying the building(s) to continue with their daily activities — preventing displacement, business closure and minimizing pipe system downtime. 

This innovative cured-in-place pipe system creates a long-term, structural pipe inside the existing host pipe system without digging or destruction to buildings or landscape. The pipe is rehabilitated to a better-than-new condition. The CIPP system increases flow rate, eliminates weakened joints, seals cracks and eradicates the chance of groundwater pollution. The Nu Flow structural lining technology is best suited for pipes 3/4 inch to 12 inches in diameter. Specialty applications are available for larger pipe systems.



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