Monthly Archives: August 2016

Welcome to the IPS Flow Systems blog. From here you can get the latest news and updates about our company and its product range.
  1. RM Pressfit in the Water Treatment Sector

    Our RM Pressfit system continues to gain market share, and we are delighted with progress to date. Particularly pleasing was the completion of a project for a waste water treatment facility in Ireland, which had a large requirement for InoxPres (Stainless Steel 316L) from 22mm Diameter to 108mm for both waste water and BioGas applications.
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  2. DuoSafe Flex

    DuoSafe Flex is engineered for applications where long continuous, lengths of small diameter double contained pipe is required. It is ideal for point to point dosing applications in water treatment where there may be multiple dosing points drawing from a single chemical storage unit. The system uses high quality flexibles that are manufactured as double contained products in a single extrusion
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  3. Agru Coolsafe

    Providing insulation to piping installations is an expensive and time consuming process, particularly on larger diameter pipes.
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  4. Is a Traditional Pumping Station the best option when Gravity is Greener?

    Historically the most commonly adopted method of protecting multiple properties at risk of internal flooding through surcharge on the public sewer, has been to interrupt the natural flow with a Pumping Station. The collecting and pumping of domestic and commercial waste water, has long been seen as the only way to guarantee the prevention of backflow or backwater, until now.The IPS Kessel “Hybrid Drainage Systems” Ecolift XL, provides an alternative, greener, more environmentally sustainable solution, removing the need to pump every last millimetre of waste water, whilst reliably protecting a building from damage during flood conditions.How?Harnessing the natural gradient designed into the pipe network under normal conditions, the
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  5. Is a Traditional Pumping Station the best option when Gravity is Greener?

    Historically the most commonly adopted method of protecting multiple properties at risk of internal flooding through surcharge on the public sewer, has been to interrupt the natural flow with a Pumping Station. The collecting and pumping of domestic and commercial waste water, has long been seen as the only way to guarantee the prevention of backflow or backwater, until now.The IPS Kessel “Hybrid Drainage Systems” Ecolift XL, provides an alternative, greener, more environmentally sustainable solution, removing the need to pump every last millimetre of waste water, whilst reliably protecting a building from damage during flood conditions.How?Harnessing the natural gradient designed into the pipe network under normal conditions, the
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