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The Problem:

Corroded pipes, difficult access Just 15 years old, the USNS Soderman was experiencing encrustation and signs of corrosion in its air vent and back up petroleum product steel pipes.

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The Problem: 

Testing of the fire suppression systems at four of the DC Metro Stations showed the system had active leaks, not holding pressure at the required 200 psi.

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The Santa Cruz Main Post Office built in 1906 and noted for its architectural significance was placed on the National Historic Register in 1985. The National Register of Historic Places is the Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation.

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The Problem:

The City of Houston Police Department was experiencing corrosion of a gas line under the access road to its maintenence garage. This gas line is perceived as a crucial element to the City of Houston because it is the fuel line for the backup generators that operate the emergency electrical center for the Houston Police Department’s fueling depot. Extreme fiscal limitations in the City of Houston’s annual Police Department’s budget and the heightened state of alert in national and local security demanded a quick, inexpensive and reliable solution.

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Many of our nation’s most important information products, such as the Congressional Record and Federal Register, are produced at the GPO’s main plant in Washington, D.C. Located just five blocks from the Capitol, this one hundred year old 1.5 million square-foot brick complex is the largest information processing, printing, and distribution facility in the world.

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The Problem: 

To protect and extend the life of the 4” main water line in the Seattle Courthouse and main Administration building. The present piping system was encrusted and wrapped in asbestos. Repair or replacement had to be completed during 1 weekend as shut down of the facility was not feasible.

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The Problem: 

The poison is lead. Lead leaching from pipes, lead solder and plumbing fixtures into the water you drink, cook, bathe in and even brush your teeth with. Drinking water for over 40 million Americans contains lead in amounts exceeding EPA guidelines.

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The Problem:

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The Problem:

Corroded pipes, difficult access ¾” inch steel pipes, approximately 70 feet in length responsible for cooling the two massive propellers at the rear of the ship were experiencing encrustation and signs of corrosion.

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THE PROBLEM: Corroded pipes, difficult access. 

4 lines of drain and air vent line piping, ranging 3/4” to 1” inch, approximately 80 feet in length were experiencing encrustation and signs of corrosion. The traditional fix for this problem would be to take apart the entire rear of the ship, including all of the operating components for the engine and replace the pipes. Such a job normally would take over 3-6 months, and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Knowing that ACE DuraFlo had successfully restored the pipes of Naval vessels USNS Dahl and USNS Watkins, with its patented ePIPE restoration process, ACE DuraFlo was contacted to see if the ePIPE process was a viable option for the USNS Watson.

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THE PROBLEM:

The copper pipes of the potable water system in the housing dorms on San Clemente Island were originally installed using lead based solder. As a result, the lead levels in the dorms’ potable water system exceeded allowable limits by as much as 900%. Pre-test water samples were taken and lead levels in the water were determined to be 135 ppb versus the allowable limit of 15 ppb.

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ACE DuraFlo, TDT Plumbing recently completed pipe restoration work on the British Petroleum Gas & Oil production platform in the Gulf of Mexico. ACE used its patented ePIPE system to restore the potable water system on the platform with pipes ranging in size from 1/2" to 3" in diameter.

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THE PROBLEM:

A local Housing Authority was experiencing repeated leaks in the piping system of one of their Housing and Urban Development (HUD) properties. Property Owners and government agencies of rental properties face big decisions when leaks and corrosion exist in the piping systems of their rentals. Traditional repipe methods are destructive. Having water off overnight would require the placement of tenants in a hotel or other facility in order to ensure running water.

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