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We are excited to announce that Scott & Fyfe has appointed RSM Lining Supplies Global Ltd, the leading supplier of CIPP products, equipment and services as the distributor for the new Scott & Fyfe range of Alphashield products in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

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Alphashield is a new innovation in seamless glass textile liners for pipe rehabilitation. Developed especially for the rehabilitation of small diameter pipes with multiple bends of up to 90°, the 100% glass patented product offers a new solution for the rehabilitation of domestic and small industrial drains and sewers.

 

“We are delighted to have formed a partnership with RSM Lining Supplies Global Ltd” said Michelle Quadrelli, Business Director of the Pipe Fabric Technology Division at Scott & Fyfe Ltd.  “RSM has built a strong reputation for supplying quality products into the CIPP market and we feel that they have the necessary expertise and channels to effectively bring our Alphashield range of products to the UK, Irish, Australian and New Zealand markets.”

 

­“This is an exciting addition to RSM Lining Supplies ever expanding product portfolio and partnerships with industry leading brands” said Richard Davis, Managing Director of RSM. “The Scott & Fyfe range of Alphashield products provides a new innovation into the market which caters for the adapted needs of our customer base”.

 

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