Pig coming out of a pipe with Full Bore Pipe 
	Relining written around it
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NU FLOW TECHNOLOGY STOPS LEAKS, INCREASES FLOW, AND RENEWS ORIGINAL PIPE WITHOUT EXPENSIVE DIGGING OR DISRUPTION
Nu Flow Technology has the experience and technical knowledge to specify the right thickness and right resins to meet your specific needs regardless how deep the pipe or how corrosive the environment.

Is truly "no dig" technology saving thousands of dollars in restoration.
Fullbore Bullet ImageSeamless installation eliminates joints…increases flow
Fullbore Bullet ImageLining conforms to non-standard pipe shape and size (40mm – 225mm)
Fullbore Bullet ImageMoulds to host pipe…stops leaks and root intrusion and can span "void" pipe sections
Fullbore Bullet ImageCan install under slab concrete
Fullbore Bullet ImageLaterals accurately reinstated with CCTV camera…no digging to upset homeowners and local businesses Image of Copper, Cast Iron, Earthenware and PVC Pipes all joined 
together by Nu Flow Updated 27/11/2009
Did you know?
Pigs were domesticated around 7,000 BC. They were the first animals to ever be used domestically.
A domesticated pig has approximately 15, 000 taste buds, which is more than any other mammal, including humans.
The largest population of pigs is found in China.
The only animal, apart from a human, that can get sunburnt is a pig.
The largest pig that has ever been recorded weighed 1,157.5kg. It was a boar call Big Bill and he was 1.5m high and 2.7m long
Thanks BC Sands for the fact!