Rehabilitation of a large mixed water collector in several sections by means of trenchless sewer rehabilitation using 1200/1800 egg-shaped iMPREGLiner with a wall thickness of 13.1 mm.
Michele Intrano will enhance our Application Engineering team in the future.
Future-oriented realignment of the iMPREG Sales Team As this year begins, two new faces reinforce the iMPREG GmbH Sales Team. With Christian Pfaff and René Stolp, the emphasis is even more on customer orientation, further enhancing market presence and position. As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of GRP pipe liners, iMPREG GmbH has for[…]
iMPREG honors long-time employees and one very special anniversary Nowadays, working for the same employee over a long number of years has become something quite unusual. All the more reason for us to be delighted that in the last year alone six colleagues celebrated their 10 or 20 year anniversaries with the company. Robert Papp,[…]
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[…]
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[…]
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 The extent of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) is not foreseeable. We in the iMPREG Group are also feeling the effects. Statement on the IFAT in Munich from 4 – 8 May 2020 by Robert Papp (COO) and Daniel Will (Technical Manager): „We have been thinking for a[…]
Les gaines IMPREG
La gaine iMPREG, est la gaine PRV la plus répandue, et couramment utilisée dans les travaux de réhabilitation de réseaux d'assainissement des eaux usées et pluviales. Les entreprises de réhabilitation, réputées et de référence mondiale, font confiance et misent sur la qualité supérieure de la gaine Impreg, ainsi plus de 600 Km par an de canalisations endommagés sont réhabilités avec nos produits et des poseurs spécialisés.