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The Process
The CuraFlo Engineered Flow Lining System® is as easy as 1-2-3!
    Drying the Pipe
    • The pipes are drained and we attach hoses to every fixture point. We push heated air through the piping system with an air compressor to completely dry the pipes.

    Cleaning the Pipe
    • To clean the pipe, we use a “sander” to blast fine abrasive through the pipe. The abrasive removes build-up and creates an ideal surface for the epoxy to attach. The scale from the pipes and the abrasives are collected in a vacuum at the bottom of the riser.

    Epoxy Lining
    • A two-part epoxy is heated and mixed on site. The epoxy is dispensed through the hoses attached at each fixture point. High pressure air forces the epoxy through the pipe system. Each epoxy shot is timed and perfectly calculated to insure proper coverage.
Once The CuraFlo Engineered Flow Lining System® is applied and the project is completed you will enjoy peace of mind from the benefits of a lining system.
  • 10 year warranty
  • No more pinhole leaks
  • Protection against lead leaching
  • Improved water flow and quality
  • Eliminates future interior pipe corrosion
  • Shorter job duration compared with that of a repipe
  • Substantial job cost savings compared with that of a repipe
  • Less noise and disruption of tenants compared with that of a repipe
  • Designed to have a useful life of 40-60 years (longer than new copper pipe)
The epoxy pipe lining process is not a new one. Epoxy pipe lining was pioneered in the UK and Japan in the 1970s, and was approved by those governments in the early 1980s. The U.S. Navy then experimented with the technology in the 1980s and into the early 1990s. In a report written for the 1995 Navy Pollution Prevention Conference it was concluded that “it is now possible to rehabilitate drinking water systems by installing a non-toxic lining which prevents corrosion and leaching of lead and other heavy metals into drinking water.”

Since 1996 proprietary CuraFlo® processes have been employed to restore piping systems in residential, commercial and industrial buildings in North America using The CuraFlo Engineered Flow Lining System®. CuraFlo Mid Atlantic, a certified CuraFlo® dealer, is the area’s leading provider of non-invasive solutions to pipe restoration. Our epoxy lining product, CuraPoxy®, has been certified by IAPMO (International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials) to meet ANSI/NSF Standard 61. The NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) sets the standard for products that come in contact with drinking water and issues certification for those products that comply with the standard. NSF Standard 61 is considered one of the toughest standards in the world to meet.
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