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Load-bearing
relining solution.

SUMO SMART.

SUMO STRONG.

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Load-bearing
relining solution.

SUMO SMART.

SUMO STRONG.

Sumoline logo

Nuflow’s strongest CIPP relining system.

It has been specifically designed to structurally repair non-pressurised built infrastructure where load bearing capacity is critical.

Layers of fibre technology with advanced composites and epoxy resins are used to deliver fit-for-purpose repairs that have been custom designed to suit the requirements of each job. This makes it ideal for repairs to load-baring:

Medium to large bore stormwater and sewer pipes

Road and rail infrastructure

Box culverts

Manholes

Sumoline creates a long-lasting, fully structural and incredibly strong pipe without the need to dig, disrupt operations or disturb surrounding areas.

Will not shrink

Permanently bonds to the host pipe

Capacity to cure underwater

Smooth transitions over junctions and bends

Improves flow capacity

Relined infrastructure will often have greater strength than was originally offered.

Able to achieve a flexural modulus of up to 12,500 MPa within a 10mm finish thickness.

The table below provides an example of possible physical properties of SUMOLINE.
Actual results may vary depending on design and project specifications.

DESIGN VALUESSTANDARD BLUELINE CIPPSUMOLINER STANDARDSUMOLINER ADVANCED
Flexural modulus (MPa)2500800012,500
Flexural strength(MPa)*50200350
Wall thickness(mm)48.510

The heavyweight in infrastructure relining.
Real muscle where load-bearing capacity is critical.

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