Pipe Core, proud distributor for SAERTEX multiCom® in Australia and New Zealand, has welcomed the news that SAERTEX-LINER H20 Type S+XR for the renovation of drinking water pipes has successfully completed appraisal by the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA).
Alongside being successfully tested to AS/NZS 4020 standards by AWQC, this liner continues to allow installers to provide a pressure-resistant and hygienic option to their customers for the rehabilitation of potable water pipes.
Katharina Helming, Business Development Manager SAERTEX multiCom® confirms,
“Our UV-cured GRP pipe liner is approved in over 14 countries and has also won the ISTT Innovation Award in 2019.”
“This appraisal will give further confidence to the innovative technology used to create a liner with a smooth surface and low wall thickness to maximise flow rate in supply pipes.”
The tight-fitting, Class A classified independent pipe liner withstands inner and outer loads and can be installed for operating pressures up to 33 bar, making it a versatile UV-CIPP solution.
Sergej Fast, Manager Pipe Core comments
“With a growing contingent of customers in Australia and New Zealand frequently choosing to install SAERTEX-LINERs, we are pleased to be able to back this product in the market with this successful appraisal.”
See some of the impressive installations of SAERTEX-LINER H2O from around the world, including across the Concorde Bridge in the city of Montreal, Québec and More than 500m of SAERTEX-LINER H2O potable water UV liner installed in Valencia.
Success stories such as this demonstrate the versatility of the liner which can be used in circular host pipe profiles independent of the host pipe material.
SAERTEX multiCom® also continues to take a unique approach as a complete solution provider by supporting its customers with product experts and engineers who follow the project from initial planning and bidding to on-site support and project completion after installation.
Supported by Pipe Core, SAERTEX multiCom® also provides local certified theoretical and practical training for applications in gravity and pressure pipe systems to customers in Australia and New Zealand.
“This comprehensive training program is an opportunity for our experts to pass their knowledge on to the installers,” says Helming.
“Our advanced training opportunities are aimed at teaching the products and technologies required for trenchless pipeline rehabilitation using practical, real-life content.”
“With so many complex and varied projects now realised right across Australia and New Zealand with SAERTEX-LINER® MULTI, we are excited to have this latest WSAA appraisal to help customers towards future potable water projects,” says Fast.