MVG Brings UV CIPP Manufacturing to China
Mar 29, 2016
The Monte Vista Group, LLC (MVG) today announced the implementation of the largest, most advanced facility in China for the manufacture of ultraviolet light cured-in-place pipe technology. The facility is owned and operated by Beijing Pro-liner Pipetech Co., Ltd., (Pro-liner), a wholly owned subsidiary of Beijing Longkexing Trenchless Engineering Co., Ltd. Pro-liner is the first Chinese-made ultraviolet light cured glass reinforced pipe liner for the trenchless rehabilitation of sewer and storm water pipes in China.
The announcement coincides with the beginning of commercial production of liner for sale to the Chinese as well as to other international municipal contractor markets. “After several years of developing the market for UVCIPP in China, we investigated several different products worldwide to manufacture in China. We chose MVG due to their advanced technology, their experience in the industry, and their unique business strategy of building manufacturing facilities for companies like ours who want to make and brand their own technology,” said Mr. Fueshen Wu, President of Pro-liner. “A new facility has been under construction for the past 12 months and now we have begun the manufacturing of the most advanced technology in the world for producing one of the strongest and fasted curing UVCIPP liners anywhere,” said Mr. Yaugfhen Wang, Vice President of Engineering for Pro-liner.
“We are excited to bring our high quality, high strength product to China for the rehabilitation of their underground infrastructure. MVG has been committed to offering the most advanced technology to the trenchless market. We are taking the UVCIPP market to a new level of performance in the products that we license and how the information about those products is shared throughout the entire supply chain with our unique software platform,” said Richard Montemarano, Managing Director of the Monte Vista Group, LLC.
The new Pro-liner product is manufactured in sizes from 150MM to 1500MM in diameter and various thicknesses to meet the high standards required by the Chinese market. In addition, new test results reflect a 30 percent increase in strength over any of the current leading international competitors. “This new technology is the result of my 25 years of experience in developing UV cured glass liners,” said Rene Quitter, Director of Technology for the Monte Vista Group, LLC. “Our company is very excited to be working with the people at Pro-liner. Their focus on quality and on their customers was key for our mutual cooperation.”
The full production of liners began at the end of January and is already attracting the attention of the entire Pacific Rim trenchless community, as well as other international customers.
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