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Quick, easy, reliable – Impreg sets the tone for Australian customers


Tough project timelines and close deadlines are no problem for Impreg as it continues to increase operations in Australia. 

With a new warehouse set up close to Sydney, a Service Technician and a Country Manager, the German company is well equipped to serve Australian customers – from plan through to installation and completion.

The company stands out by offering tailored solutions to each project, from design to onsite support. The needs of customers are top priority and accommodated by the whole Impreg team.

As with any project in any industry: there is no one size fits all solution. Trenchless sewer and pipe rehabilitation looks different to location, usage, and size. 

Impreg prides itself with a cured in place pipe (CIPP) liner that can be designed for any wall thickness or irregular shapes, like ovoid or liner diameters that transition from one diameter to another in one section.

After an initial consultation to understand the project, host pipe condition, water table depth and static loads, Impreg is able to offer a design solution in a matter of days. After an extensive internal review, the team at Impreg is able to provide all the necessary calculations to the client and project engineer. The service continues through advisory on the appropriate UV equipment for each liner or project and logistical consultation where required.

Impreg offers to have a technician on site to assist with installation of CIPP liners.

Never alone: Onsite technical services to lead to success

Impreg understands the complexity of projects and offers to have a technician on site to assist with installation of the CIPP liner.

If a client is new to UV lining, requires training through an in-person workshop or are in need of an additional hand on site, Impreg coveres and offers onsite support. 

UV-curing technology, while it’s a world-leading method and has been used in projects big and small, not everyone is familiar with the process.

Sometimes it can be difficult to identify the right solution for a project which is why the team at Impreg is always happy to do a pre-inspection of complex projects to offer assistance with on-site planning and get familiar with all project partners involved. The company understands that a great work collaboration between all project partners is the key to turn any project into a success. 

Impreg is excited to introduce UV lining and this way of trenchless sewer and pipe rehabilitation. Request a consultation with the team in Australia to get to know the company’s values on quality, reliability and longevity and win a new partner for upcoming projects.

This article featured in the October edition of Trenchless Australasia. 

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