Latest developments for holistic management of pipe networks
Feb 24, 2014
SEKISUI SPR presents itself with a comprehensive product and service portfolio at the IFAT trade fair in Munich from the 5th through the 9th of May, 2014. With “Underneath the City” as their slogan, the corporation introduces reliable and new technologies for pipe rehabilitation at stand 121 in hall B5. The Spiral-Wound method SPR™ will be demonstrated live at the booth.
At this year's IFAT, the world's leading trade fair for potable water, wastewater, waste and resource management in Munich, the SEKISUI SPR Group will make "Underneath the City" the slogan of their exhibit. The visitors to the exhibition will be presented with a holistic approach to the management of pipe systems with services and technologies from the fields of inspection, design, installation and maintenance. The focus is on a broad technology portfolio for trenchless rehabilitation of potable water, water as well as sewage pipes with the processes
- Spiral-Wound pipe: SPR™, SPR™ EX, SPR™ PE, SPR™ RO
- Cured-in-Place-Pipe: NORDIPIPE™, TUBETEX™, NORDIWALL™, KM-INLINER®
- Fold-and-Form: r.tec® Close-Fit
The technologies fulfil the various requirements of maintaining the worldwide infrastructure. Additionally, they are characterised by very short construction times, lower costs and less strain on local residents and the environment.
The visitor can also expect to see a live demonstration of the Spiral-Wound technology in action at the booth. Just like the slogan of their exhibit says: Pipe rehabilitation with SPR™ Spiral-Wound technology takes place "underneath the city". With this method, the endless PVC profile strip is fed from a spool placed above ground into the machine stationed directly in the sewer and formed into a watertight pipe inside the old pipe. The live demo, the comprehensive concept for the management of pipe systems and latest technology developments of SEKISUI Chemical are presented by SEKISUI SPR Group at stand 121, hall B5.
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