Good news…we have received another 5 years extension of the WRc approval until 2025. We have also done a separate approval for our styrene free GL01 liners. You can find the certificate www.impreg.com/downloads.
Growth and certainty in turbulent times The iMPREG Group is expanding, with additional production lines at a new location in southern Germany As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of UV-cured pipe liners, the iMPREG Group is significantly extending its production capacities in Europe. In addition to the existing plants in Ammerbuch (Germany), Richmond (USA),[…]
WELCOME TO THE iMPREG-FAMILY Today we are proud to introduce our two new trainees, Luca Krell and Okan Yentur. Both started their apprenticeship as industrial clerks on Sep 1st 2020 at iMPREG GmbH and have made a good start since then. Luca has already gained experience working with us during his vacation period but now[…]
Our long-standing employee Andreas Gehring will be leading our teams within finance, human resources and IT in his new function as commercial director on September 1st: a multi challenging and exciting new role for Andreas, who is characterized by a pragmatic hands-on mentality and for which he is highly appreciated by colleagues. Up to now,[…]
Successful renovation of large-profile pipes in Dortmund / Germany and the accompanying challenges, big and small Dortmund / Germany, March 2020 – Nowadays, lining sewerage and drainage networks with cured-in-place pipes as specified in DIN EN ISO 11296-4 is standard practice. However, egg-shaped profiles with a cross-section of 1800 mm present a far greater challenge[…]
Sea – what iMPREGLiner can do! Heavyweight liners of up to 26 tons installed successfully In the dunes of Katwijk in the Netherlands, 3 pipes with lengths exceeding 600 metres required rehabilitation because of leaks. Water under enormous pressure from sea and sand had severely attacked the existing sewers and made rehabilitation necessary. This major[…]
Published by Carlie Moore, March 30, 2020 How does a successful CIPP project look to the typical person? Well, it looks like nothing happened at all. The beauty of what installers do is underground-and that’s how we try to keep it. A big challenge of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining lies in the reason it is[…]
Dear customers and business partners our society all over the world is presently in the grip of COVID-19, the coronavirus. The health of our employees, customers and business partners is our highest priority. We have therefore taken measures to minimize the risk of infection and its spread. Delivery capability still secured. We are producing and[…]
The health of iMPREG employees has top priority Extent of the Coronavirus Disease not foreseeable. Statement on the IFAT in Munich from 4 – 8 May 2020 by Robert Papp (COO) & Daniel Will (Technical Manager): „We have been thinking for a long time about our participation at IFAT 2020. It was not an easy[…]
7th International Operators’ Meeting 2020 iMPREG welcomes the world 111 participants from 11 countries fulfilled the invitation to the 7th International Plant Operator Meeting in Ammerbuch. A greater number of participants than ever took part in the training. They included application engineers, site managers, and exhibitors from our customers and partners. We were delighted that,[…]
The iMPREGLiner is one of the most commonly used fiberglass hose liners for the trenchless pipe rehabilitation. Well-known refurbishment and civil engineering companies worldwide rely on its high quality and repair more than 600 km of damaged pipes annually using iMPREGLiner.