Pipeline Restoration Services RECEIVES WRAS APPROVAL FOR e-Pipe technology

Posted: Friday 1st June 2012

Water Regulations Advisory Scheme approves Pipe Restoration Services’ use of e-Pipe technology on privately owned pipe work in the UK.

Pipeline Restoration Services (PRS) has received Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) approval for its innovative pipe lining system: e-Pipe technology. Approval means that the lining process can be used on any privately owned water services and internal pipe work in the UK to repair leaks and address lead contamination issues.

e-Pipe technology creates a barrier coating inside existing pipe work preventing leakage and the leaching of heavy metals such as lead into the water supply. For social housing and commercial property landlords, hotel, hospital and education facilities managers, e-Pipe technology provides a quicker and more cost effective alternative to repairing or replacing complex, small diameter, internal pipe work and associated service connections.

Keith Walker of Pipeline Restoration Services, says:

“Achieving this approval from WRAS will enable us to demonstrate the value of ePipe technology to a variety of sectors such as commercial property, leisure, social housing and education establishments. When problems within internal pipe work arise, it can cause widespread disruption to customers and mounting costs to put it right but, supported by evidence of its use in the US, we are confident we can now offer an attractive alternative solution.”

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