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Meeting Our Distribution Partner – Utility Support Ltd


Posted on: July 13th, 2018
Utility Support Ltd, joined the Scanprobe Techniques distribution network in July 2018

Utility Support Ltd, joined the Scanprobe Techniques distribution network in July 2018

It’s been a busy few weeks for us here at Scanprobe as our distribution network grows, and we’ve been talking to Jon Shelton at Utility Support Ltd to find out a little bit about what attracted him and his business partner Lawrence Kieran to the industry and also to partner with Scanprobe Techniques:

 

Having began his career in the drainage industry back in 1984, working in the lining and CIPP area, so with Lawrence, through Utility Support Ltd he joins us with over 30 years of experience.  When asked what made him want to start out on his own, Jon replied candidly “It may sound ‘cheesy’ but Loll (Lawrence) and I wanted to use our knowledge and experience to help and support contractors working in the water industry.”  Having worked with such contractors throughout their careers date it is clear that they both not only understand the industry, but also the problems that can cause drainage contractors issues, and they clearly feel that within our distribution network they will be able to support them to the high standards they would expect themselves.  Jon and Lawrence have joined forces to create Utility Support Ltd, of which he said “By coming together and using over 30 years of combined knowledge and experience in all aspects of drain cleaning, CCTV and pipe repair we feel we are suitably qualified to offer this support service.

 

The obvious quality of the Maxprobe system” Jon remarked when asked about what he sees as a key differentiator between Scanprobe and the rest of the competition.  “Its ease of use, including the most upto date technology and all at an affordable price makes it a system I would be happy to promote and sell.” – words we are very happy to be able to quote!  He continued “We have considered many options for ‘partnering’ but feel combination of Scanprobe’s wide range of products and services, innovative thinking and willing support, they were the ideal partner to team up with.

 

From our side we could not be happier to welcome Jon & Lawrence, as Utility Support Ltd into our distribution family; their passion for the industry is more than apparent and they are already a trusted resource to all of the contacts they have built over the span of their careers.  It is clear that their experience and enthusiasm is a very strong asset, and we all look forward to the future with our new distribution partner.



CIPP (Cured In Place Pipe-lining) Foundation Course at Scanprobe


Posted on: March 4th, 2014

Scanprobe are hosting our latest CIPP (Cured In Place Pipe-lining) training course at our offices over the next 2 days. The course is being run by ER Technical Services and is made up of classroom based training and practical outdoor exercises giving the candidates the chance to use the equipment.

 

CIPP Foundation Course training at Scanprobe's offices 4-5 March 2014

CIPP Foundation Course training at Scanprobe’s offices 4-5 March 2014

Candidates undertake a knowledge test at the end of the course, along with a practical assessment. After completing the training the candidates will have acquired and be able to demonstrate the health and safety risks of using drain lining equipment and the precautions that need to be taken.

They will also be required to demonstrate that they can use the equipment and set it up correctly according to the Installation instructions held within the Training Manual and Course Hand-out pack.

The  CIPP Foundation Course includes exercises giving the candidates the chance to use the equipment

The CIPP Foundation Course includes exercises giving the candidates the chance to use the equipment

Please contact us if you require information regarding future training courses being held at Scanprobe or if you wish to talk to us regarding drain equipment hire.

 



Foundation Course: The Key Elements of CIPP (Cured In Place Pipe-lining)


Posted on: January 6th, 2014

 

The Course

The course is designed to provide the necessary knowledge required to meet the relevant industry operational and legislative standards. These are detailed within the Training Manual and Course Hand-out pack 2012. The course is based on these guidelines.

The key elements of Cured In Place Pipe-lining (CIPP)

All trainees will receive a copy of the Training Manual and Course Hand-out pack. A copy of this is included within the submission file.

 

The Training Manual and Course Handout pack has all of the detail needed to work with CIPP lining. The operative is expected to refer to the document before starting work in the field on CIPP lining.

 

Aim 

The Aim of the course is “To provide delegates with foundation knowledge of the key elements of Cured In Place Pipe-lining (CIPP)”.

 

Giving the attendee an understanding of their own role in installing CIPP and the Health and Safety implications and risks involved.

 

Objectives 

At the end of the course the attendee will be able to:

 

  • State the purpose and limitations of CIPP Lining
  • State the different installation techniques / lining carrier materials the importance of impregnation and, relevant best practice.
  • Explain how to identify, select, handle and mix resins.
  • Identify Safety, Health and Environmental awareness in relation to CIPP Lining processes as stated in the installation manual.
  • Identify Liner Defects and subsequent cause and effect.
  • Use equipment, tools and safety equipment (PPE) to the required standard.

 

The course is made up of classroom based training and practical outdoor exercises giving the candidates the chance to use the equipment.

 

A knowledge test will take place and the end of the course, along with a practical assessment.

 

The candidates will have acquired and be able to demonstrate the health and safety risks of using lining equipment and the precautions that need to be taken.

They will also be required to demonstrate that they can use the equipment and set it up correctly according to the Installation instructions held within the Training Manual and Course Hand-out pack.

 

CIPP Training Course Dates:

4th and 5th March 2014

 

Cost:

£415.00 (includes NADC card)

 

Venue:

Scanprobe Techniques Ltd

Head Office

Unit 11 Bushey Close

Old Barn Lane, Kenley,

Surrey, CR8 5AU

 

Contact:

Andy Booth (Tel. 0203 253 2001)



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