IMPREG originated in the regional south of Germany, not far from Stuttgart, an area is known for global, high-quality brands.
WATCH: Trenchless manufacturer celebrates installation of 100,000th liner
SAERTEX multiCom®’s trenchless pipe relining product, SAERTEX-LINER, has been installed for the 100,000th time.
Webuild works towards Clough acquisition
Webuild has signed the contract to acquire Clough’s assets, an agreement that places the group among the biggest in Australia.
iMPREG celebrates UV Liner installation success in the UK
iMPREG has helped complete the task of installing an ultraviolet liner in the United Kingdom.
WATCH: Herrenknecht reveals a new all-electric HDD rig
Herrenknecht has added fully a fully electric rig to its HDD portfolio.
SAERTEX-LINER® H20 delivers drinking water across Concorde Bridge in Québec
In November 2022, SAERTEX multiCom LP, in collaboration with Lafontaine Inc. (Lévis, Québec), successfully installed SAERTEX-LINER® H2O S+ XR across the Concorde Bridge (Pont de la Concorde) in the city of Montreal, Québec.
Veolia: The vanguard for safety
Veolia claims that there are few companies have had as much of an influence on safety standards for high pressure water jetting.
Michels’s commitment to safety spans the globe
Safety is critical to the success of an energy construction project. More importantly, it is the basis of a strong energy construction company.
IDS brings GPR performance to the deepest level
IDS GeoRadar’s Stream DP is the new compact GPR array solution for the highest depth performance in 3D utility mapping.
Smart Lock makes short work Hong Kong sewer drain repair
When the Hong Kong Drainage Services Department identified a badly damaged pipe, it was Smart Lock’s sleeve solution that empowered contractors to successfully rehabilitate the damaged section.
kwik-ZIP’s HDX-90 supports trenchless water main installation
kwik-ZIP’s centraliser and spacer systems are solving production casing centralisation challenges throughout the pipeline industry, in Australia and overseas.
Prime Drilling: Putting the customer first
Prime Drilling has earned a reputation as a supplier of high-precision horizontal directional drilling equipment not only in Australia but across the world.
NordiTube offers safe solutions for asbestos cement water pipes
In the 1950s, asbestos cement (AC) material became popular in the pressure pipe industry because of its good performance and durability. Used until the mid-1980s, AC then became a banned material worldwide.
TRACTO hosts Australasian contingent at Bauma
In October, TRACTO Australia hosted a group of contractors and partners from Australia and New Zealand at one of the world’s largest construction events in Munich, Germany.
Trelleborg acquires I.S.T.
Trelleborg Group has finalised its acquisition of the business operations of I.S.T. Innovative Sewer Technologies (I.S.T.) as of the beginning of December. Read more
IMS Robotics Group to establish IMS Robotics Australia
German Group to partner with local trenchless experts to develop the markets in Australasia.
Polymer veteran Trelleborg meeting customers’ needs
Over 100 years of expertise in polymers powers Trelleborg’s innovations in sealing, damping and protection needs.
Innovative vertical liner installed for the first time
Vertiliner® XR, a new maintenance hole rehabilitation solution developed for deeper installs and higher static demands, has been installed for the first time.
Trenchless in Valencia: More than 500m of SAERTEX-LINER H2O potable water UV liner installed
With the successful installation of SAERTEX-LINER H2O, the potable water supply for over 1.6 million people in Valencia, Spain, was secured in the late summer of 2020.
Industry leaders contribute to localising trenchless training course
Facilitated by the Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT), the North American Society for Trenchless Technology’s (NASTT) New Installation Training Course has been localised with the assistance from companies such as Bothar Boring, Rob Carr, Pezzimenti Tunnelbore, Edge Underground, HDI Lucas and many more.
NZ’s City Rail Link continues to grow
The CRL is a 3.45km twin-tunnel underground rail link up to 42 m below the Auckland city centre. The goal of the project is to transform the downtown Waitematā Station (Britomart) into a two-way through-station that better connects the city’s rail network.
Addtech acquires ImpulseRadar
In a statement last month, Addtech‘s business area manager Daniel Prelevic said that the acquisition of Impulse Radar would be mutually beneficial.
IMPREG Australia’s leading supplier of CIPP liners
Global manufacturer IMPREG has become one of the leading suppliers of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liners in Australia.
Trenchless training courses at No-Dig Down Under
The courses were originally developed by the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT), but the material has been adapted to suit Australasian audiences.
Central Interceptor micro-tunnel boring machine prepares for 722 m drive back
Watercare’s $1.2 billion Central Interceptor tunnelling project has successfully been tunnelling beneath the street of central Auckland, New Zealand.
No-Dig welcomes international visitors
Australia reopened its borders to vaccinated overseas travellers on 21 February, welcoming in tourists and visa holders for the first time in almost two years.