Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Ageing pipelines brought to life with innovative trenchless technology

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Kilometres of ageing water and pressure sewer pipelines across Australia and New Zealand are in need of renewal. Until recently, some of the more challenging pipelines have left asset owners scratching their heads and in need of a practical, affordable, long-term solution.

Primus Line, a flexible liner reinforced with aramid fabric, is getting buzz for all the right reasons. The tried and tested lining technology provides a practical, high-quality lining solution for ageing pressure pipelines that is both environmentally friendly and cost-effective. 

Interflow, a leading provider of pipeline infrastructure solutions understands the challenges many asset owners face when tackling the problem of ageing infrastructure. 

Environmental constraints, budget limitations and delivery risk are all factors that can stop a project getting off the ground. The key is engaging suppliers early and coming up with solutions together and keeping an open mind to alternate proposals at the time of tender. 

Interflow has partnered with Primus Line to provide the innovative system to the Australia and New Zealand market. Leveraging their five-year exclusivity agreement, the two companies have made a significant impact throughout the year, rehabilitating some of Australia and New Zealand’s most challenging pressure pipelines.

Ready to support your future needs

There is a growing need for asset owners to look for innovative ways to address issues like rising costs, resource availability and the need to support net zero targets.

As we move towards 2023 and beyond, innovative technology like Primus Line presents an exciting opportunity for the water industry to overcome these issues and extend the life of ageing infrastructure for decades to come. 

With local supply right here in Australia, Interflow is ready to support high priority projects without supply-chain setbacks. Speak to them today about your pipeline infrastructure problems.

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