iMPREG restores pipe in Switzerland

Working with client AB Marti, iMPREG has completed a liner installation in the municipality of Nuvilly in Switzerland.

Recently, drainage system maintenance, inspection and rehabilitation specialist AB Marti requested iMPREG’s technical assistance to install an iMPREGLiner® on a damaged pipe in Nuvilly.

The asset was relined with a 20 m, DN 800 iMPREGLiner GL16, which had a wall thickness of 6.5 mm.

A before and after of the relined asset. Image courtesy of iMPREG.

The GL16 liner is designed to restore conventional pipes from DN 150 to DN 1600, featuring a fibreglass design that allows nuanced gradations of wall thickness to be produced.

The liner is approved by the German Institute for Construction Technology (DIBt) and conforms to ISO 9001 quality standards, as well as ISO 14001 energy management system standards.

The project was been completed successfully, with AB Marti pleased with the result.

For more information visit the iMPREG website.

If you have a project you would like included in Trenchless International contact Assistant Editor Chloe Jenkins at cjenkins@gs-press.com.au

Images courtesy iMPREG.

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