Nuflow Manawatu announces new partnership with Semtex

Nuflow Manawatu is aiming to pump new life into New Zealand’s pipe infrastructure with its partnership with Semtex, a local plumbing company that specialises in commercial and civil project contracting.

Through the partnership, Nuflow Manawatu will deliver cutting-edge relining and CCTV inspection technology to a range of pipe projects.

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These innovations aim to reduce labour costs and the environmental impact of projects while also helping local governments become more proactive in pipe monitoring to ensure the quality and longevity of water services.

Nuflow Manawater managing director Matthew Nieper says that the company is excited with the new partnership: “Ultimately, this is guaranteed to benefit local government, businesses and residents, as we’ll be able to provide modern solutions to monitor, assess and repair even more damaged or aging pipes in the area.

“It’s especially exciting as our solutions are cutting edge, and aren’t yet mainstream or highly available to the Manawatu area. We’ll be able to help shape the region with pipes that are more durable, resilient and efficient than ever before.”

Nuflow is best known for its specialist relining services that repair and rehabilitate pipes by creating a ‘pipe within a pipe’. This is created with an epoxy liner that bonds to the host pipe’s interior wall, sealing and protecting the system from further deterioration while dramatically extending the life of the piping system.

These in-house innovations cover all types of problems and the ‘Greenline’ solution is AS/NZS 4020:2005-approved and deemed safe for drinking water, while ‘Ultraline’ contains a specialised UV resin which cures with an LED UV light.

Nuflow’s unique approach is all about providing non-invasive, low-impact plumbing solutions that make it easier to be proactive rather than reactive. One of their key services is CCTV inspection, which allows for a detailed, high-definition assessment of a pipe’s condition without needing to dig trenches and create unnecessary environmental or societal impact.






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