Nu Flow Expands Product Offering with Nu Main and Nu Tube
SAN DIEGO, CA – Nu Flow, the world’s leading inside infrastructure corporation, announced the debut of their new lining products, Nu Main and Nu Tube. The new products will allow Nu Flow and their licensees the opportunity to offer inversion and main line pipe rehabilitation.
Nu Tube is Nu Flow’s inversion system. Nu Flow will offer calibration tube and inversion felt of all sizes, and thicknesses, and elasticity.
Nu Main will be a Pull-in-Place, steam cure system for 6” to 12” in diameter main. The portable system comes with cure stations, winch and steamer, as well as full technical support and training. The system is competitively priced with high quality standards.
“Our product portfolio gives us the ability to rehabilitate any pipe, anywhere,” Nu Flow CEO Cameron Manners said. “Nu Main and Nu Tube are a result of our growth in the inside infrastructure market.”
Nu Flow is the only small diameter pipe lining company to manufacture all of its own epoxies, lining materials and certain specialty installation equipment, allowing greater quality control and timely manufacturing of products.
For more information on Nu Flow’s products or to become a Nu Flow installer visit, www.nuflowtech.com.
About Nu Flow
Nu Flow is the global leader for the small diameter pipe lining industry, with 300+ worldwide licensees, including a presence in every inhabited continent. The Nu Flow Companies manufacture and install innovative, non-invasive, eco-friendly technologies for the restoration of failing pipe systems. Nu Flow is the only small diameter pipe lining company to provide dual lining technologies from a single source and is master licensee for the longest time-tested small diameter lining epoxy in North America. Pipe rehabilitation applications domestically and internationally include but are not limited to residential complexes, commercial multi-story structures, industrial and government facilities, hospitality and medical facilities, oil rigs, maritime vessels and underground utilities. For more information, visit www.nuflowtech.com.
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