Sanivar announces new partnership in Ireland

Sanivar, the state-of-the-art water pipelining manufacturer, has announced a partnership with Dyno-Rod as an approved installer across Ireland, following the successful completion of the recent Tullamore Project.

As part of the deal, Dyno-Rod will now oversee operations both North and South of the border, forwarding Sanivar’s goals to promote the benefits of their pressure pipe liners on water, waste, and industrial assets across Ireland.

The Tullamore project’s main aim for Cardinal Health was to refurbish in situ a 40-year-old fire main with recent burst history to maintain the integrity of the sprinkler system using 250 mm SaniTube on a 12-bar pressure asset.

Sanivar’s lining systems are based on extruding polyethylene around a close weave polyester fibre, producing a highly flexible, hard-wearing, long-lasting pipe lining system, suitable for high pressures, wide-ranging temperatures, resistant to abrasion, and suitable for carrying all sorts of mediums, including potable water.

Prior to the operation, contractors were supported with product selection and scoping of the project addressing challenges around access, minimal disruption, onward connections and pressure testing at 16 bar.

Sanivar’s partnership in Ireland is set to play an integral part in promoting the benefits of its products in the coming months.

Barry Benson Managing Director of Dyno-Rod Ireland commented: “When evaluating this project, we were keen to use SaniTube as it offered the optimum solution to the challenges faced. Fortunately, with Sanivar’s technical support on site the team was able to overcome the challenges and finish the job to a high standard and to our client’s specification paving the way for further work on site.”

Speaking on the importance of the new partnership, Tim Farley, Business Development Manager at Sanivar, said: “The announcement that Dyno-Rod will now act as approved installer in Ireland is such a positive one for the progression of our goals here at Sanivar. The recent Tullamore project was a great success. The installation of the SaniTube for this project will mitigate the possibility of recurring bursts, as it is highly durable. It is always celebrated when, as a business, you can find trusted, hardworking and highly skilled companies such as Dyno-Rod to help get the job done. I have no doubt that this partnership will be the start of a positive journey for both parties.”



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