At NuFlow Indy, we’re thrilled to introduce our cutting-edge pipe repair solutions to our valued customers in Indianapolis. We’re dedicated to providing innovative and long-lasting solutions for potable and pressurized pipe lining systems. With our spray-in-place pipelining (SIPP) technology, we’ve engineered a solution that not only saves you time, money, and mess but also ensures the integrity of your potable and pressurized lines for over 50 years. It’s our passion to deliver reliable results that exceed your expectations and leave you with peace of mind.

We’ve found that our SIPP pipe lining technology works well with various types of pipes and is capable of repairing pipes with diameters ranging from 2” to 24”, making it suitable for a wide range of applications, including:

  • Water supply lines
  • Fire suppression systems
  • HVAC lines
  • Gas lines
  • And more

Potable Pipe Lining Installation Process

  1. Assessment and preparation – Our pressure pipe lining process starts with a thorough assessment of your existing pipe system. Using advanced diagnostic tools and techniques, we inspect the condition of the pipes to identify any issues or areas of concern. This allows us to determine the scope of work needed and tailor our solutions to address specific challenges.
  2. SIPP application – Once the assessment is complete, we move on to the application of our spray-in-place pipelining technology. The epoxy is sprayed, creating a seamless and durable barrier that effectively rehabilitates the pipe from within.
  3. Curing and quality assurance – After the epoxy resin has been applied, it undergoes a curing process to ensure maximum strength and durability, and we’d like to note that we use the fastest-curing epoxy resin in the industry. Our team conducts thorough quality assurance checks to verify the integrity of the newly lined pipe and confirm that it meets the highest standards of performance and reliability.

Our SIPP pipe lining solution offers several advantages for our Indianapolis commercial and industrial customers over traditional pipe repair methods. Not only does it eliminate the need for costly and disruptive excavation, but it also provides a long-lasting and environmentally friendly solution that minimizes downtime and inconvenience for our customers.

Contact Us Today

If you have questions about your specific pipe problems, please contact us using the form below or call us at 317-777-6489 to talk about your options.

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FAQs on SIPP Pipe Lining

What are some benefits of potable water pipe lining?

Along with being suited for diverse applications, other benefits of utilizing our pressure pipe lining include the long-lasting integrity of the pipes, the prevention of leaks, and a barrier that leads to better health and safety.

What’s the difference between potable and nonpotable water lining?

Potable pipe lining is used in pipes that carry water for drinking and cleaning. Nonpotable water is not safe to drink or cook with and can come from a variety of sources such as creeks. It’s water that has been used.

Why is potable water important?

Having clean water is essential to your safety and overall health, and without it we’d risk contact with viruses and harmful bacteria.

Upgrade Your System with Our Potable Water Pipe Lining

At NuFlow Indy, we are committed to delivering exceptional results and exceeding the expectations of our customers. With our proven track record of success and dedication to innovation, you can trust us to provide reliable and cost-effective solutions for all your pressurized and potable water pipe lining needs in Indianapolis.

For more information about our SIPP pipe lining or to schedule a consultation, please contact us today. We look forward to serving you!

Published on: 02/21/2024

Author: Dave Perry

Dave Perry founded NuFlow Indy in 2016. Prior to founding NuFlow, Dave was the founder and CEO of DP Mechanical, a commercial and residential plumbing and HVAC business. He is a licensed plumber with 30+ years of experience in industrial, commercial and