Within hospitals, doctors and nurses are faced with life or death decisions and in order for them to do their job, the facility managers and engineers who manage the buildings infrastructure need to ensure the building is fully operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The decision to replace pipes or choose to repipe can mean a huge expense and a potential for down time in critical areas that cannot afford this kind of destruction to rooms or disruption to patients. This is why Nu Flow’s solutions play such a valuable role for renewing pipe systems in the above-mentioned situations.
Nu Flow is a leader in operating in these kind of conditions and understand how critical these kind of projects are not only to hospital but to the people and communities these hospitals serve.
Nu Flow not only stands out amongst traditional methods for pipe replacement and repipe, but against other pipe lining technologies in the market.
The pipe lining industry has been broken into two segments, epoxy pipe coating which focuses on pressurized systems and structural lining which focuses on non-pressurized systems. This at times leaves building owners/managers lost in the maze of who to call. Since Nu Flow has both pipe lining technologies under one roof, clients can call and talk through their issues knowing that Nu Flow has the product to solve their pipe problem.
Armed with technologies for both pressurized pipes and non-pressurized pipes, many have tried to copy but rarely live up to Nu Flow’s dominate position in the market.
Epoxy Coating: With over 7000 research hours from the US Naval Research Lab and 30 years experience with epoxy coating application in the pipe, including a large portion US Naval Fleet, Nu Flow still stands heads and shoulders above those who have come after. In 1984, the mission for the US Naval Research Lab was to design the best epoxy product and process that would last the longest once in the pipe.