Corrosion in a Water Piping System...

Causes flow blockage to fixtures and equipment
Induces thread leaks and wall leaks in galvanized pipe
Creates pinhole leaks in copper pipes
Uncontrolled corrosion results accumulative damage, which threatens the entire piping system
Produces brown, red and black water
Weakens and causes valves and fittings to fail
Initiates high lead and copper levels in drinking water
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Corrosion by water is destructive, troublesome and costly
67 billion dollars was spent in the USA in 2009 on replacing corroison damaged drinking and non-drinking water piping systems

The average cost of repairing a leak is around $980 and may include...

Initial response to a leak report
Physically locating the source of the leak in a wall, ceiling or under a slab
Locating the related valve to isolate the leak
Cutting a hole in the wall, ceiling or slab
Time required to determine needed parts and locate parts and materials needed to make the repair
Labor/time to make the repair
Labor and materials to repair the drywall or slab
Labor and time to repaint the ceiling, wall or slab
This cost DOES NOT INCLUDE THE COST OF...
Clean up of the water damage after a leak
Replacement of water damaged items
Tenants or occupants disruption
Corrosion of a water system within a building affects everyone
Corrosion products can be harmful to human health (lead and copper)
Corrosion products can adversely affect the odor, taste and quality of food and beverages
Corrosion products can have an undesirable effect on many industrial and commercial operations
Corrosion can cause pitting of surgical instruments during autoclave sterilization

The DIHYDRO Difference

You can cut down on future piping problems and save money on plumbing and water damage repair costs with DiHydro's exclusive corrosion control program. Think of it as cleaning and relining your building pipe system without shutting down or taking it out of service.

Water Treatment - Our Program
DiHydro's water treatment progarm protects and extends the operating life of your piping system, whether it's copper, iron, galvanized steel, or brass. Food-grade silicates continually...
Forms and maintains a thin film on the pipe interior to stabilize the pipe surface
Seals off lead, bacteria and other contaminants
Binds up suspended solids to facilitate removal by flushing
Reduces water velocity wear
Reduces corrosion by increasing pH
Neutralizes the effects of excessive carbon dioxide

DiHydro's water treatment program provides a reliable, money-saving, long-term
solution
to pipe corroison, water flow issues, and contaminate control.