(Stand no. 95)
egeplast UK, formerly Westwood Pipelines, will be exhibiting a comprehensive range of trenchless pipe systems and fabrications at this year’s No Dig Live (13 – 15 September). Enabling trenchless installation without damage, egeplast pipe systems include its SLA barrier pipe, the egeplast SLM DCT system and the egeplast 3L Leak Control continuous monitoring system.
egeplast’s SLA barrier pipe provides a cost-effective, high quality way of protecting clean drinking water from contaminants in brownfield land; the SLM DCT system enables instant integrity checks for damage free installations, and the egeplast 3L Leak Control system instantly provides information to water companies when a leak occurs. This enables them to minimise damage and resolve any issues to prevent significant outages for customers. Monitored products also stop the need to wait until there is a significant burst or an obvious major leak and so help protect the environment from any unexpected ‘spillages’ from sewage or other contaminated fluids which are being transported.
With a long-standing commitment to investment in R&D and the development of industry firsts including Europe’s first barrier pipe, egeplast is focussed on the provision of innovative future-proofed pipe systems which help meet the challenges being faced by its customers and wider society.
Operating from state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Yorkshire, egeplast UK has a 20-year track record in the manufacture of specialist product solutions and benefits from the financial and technical backing which comes from being part of egeplast International GmbH, a leading European manufacturing business that has been setting benchmarks for decades.
A leading supplier of PE pipe systems, fittings and related fabrications for the UK utility and construction sectors, egeplast UK customers include Kier, Balfour Beatty, Clancy, Morrison, South-West Water, Yorkshire Water and Welsh Water.
For more information, visit the egeplast stand (number 95).
i OFWAT website
ii CPRE ‘Recycling our land: the state of brownfield 2020’ report
iii UK Government website