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Interflow introduces new water main renewal system

By integrating these products into one synergistic process, Interflow said it is providing its customers and the community with an ‘all-in-one’ package for renewing ageing water main pipeline infrastructure. 

  

Traditional shutdowns using network valves are disruptive, impacting hundreds of customers at any one time.  

The Infrastop component within the RediFlow system can greatly reduce the number of impacted homes by isolating only those pipeline sections specific to the works being carried out.  

Interflow’s Titeflow process then installs a new tight fit HDPE pipe into the host pipe, restoring its structural integrity. 

Interflow Manager – Emerging Markets Will Zillmann helped develop the RediFlow system and explained how it can be leveraged to streamline processes in the field. 

Interflow Manager – Emerging Markets Will Zillmann.

“The RediFlow system is specifically designed for optimum construction efficiency,” he said. 

“It provides asset owners with a robust solution to suit the conditions of the host pipe and provides a range of environmental and social benefits for our customers and their communities. 

“The solution goes beyond the performance boundaries.  

It improves installation speed, reduces community impacts, and enhances the environmental sustainability of the works being conducted.” 

The implementation of Interflow’s RediFlow system onsite has already begun, with several successful installs to date.  

For more information visit the Interflow website. 

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