HYDROFLOW is a distribution company with their products available through leading plumbing merchants and specialist markets throughout Australasia and the Pacific. Hydroflow was established in 1985 and operates from modern purpose built warehousing and distribution facilities in Auckland, Christchurch and Melbourne and is ideally situated to provide service to the Pacific Island region.
Hydroflow distributes many of the world’s leading industrial brands in New Zealand and Australia, each of these have been selected not only on product innovation and quality, but also on the quality and availability of industry leading technical support. Hydroflows brand portfolio includes international brands such as Watts, Victaulic, Bugatti and SAB. Hydroflow affiliate, Pipe & Infrastructure Ltd was established in 2007 to provide service to the civil and rural infrastructure sectors as importers and distributors of the Saint-Gobain Pont A Mousson (SGPAM) range of ductile iron pipeline products, Resilient Seated Sluice valves 80-600 certified to ASNZS2638.2, manhole and access covers.
In addition to the SG PAM product range, P&I are the importers, distributors and stockists of the P&I range of gunmetal tapping saddles and ferrules, Zenner water meters and UCC corrosion protection products, Bugatti municipal valves and couplings and Haron pipeline pressure test equipment. Our team has extensive experience in the water main and drainage industry.
Hydroflow recently added the Insapipe range of aboveground & underground pre-insulated pipes. Pre insulated pipes have many applications including chilled water lines, beer systems, heating mains, and process industry.
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CLOSE to 200 participants from across the Pacific have gathered in Tonga for the 9th Pacific Water Conference and Expo 2016 and the annual Water Ministers Meeting. The Tonga Water Board-hosted meeting, from August 9-12, has Our Water, Our People as its theme.
“The meeting will be an opportunity for the Pacific water services sector to network, engage and collaborate with leaders and experts from around the region and the world”, said Saimone Helu, chief executive officer for Tonga Water Board. “Some 30 exhibitors including Hunter H2O from Australia, Hydroflow and Strongcast from New Zealand, Tubemakers and For Earth from Fiji are among the industry suppliers, who are participating with theme-related displays.
The Pacific Ministerial will be the second meeting of regional Water Minsters – the first having been hosted by Papua New Guinea last year. “This year’s agenda is expected to pave the way for an achievement of SDG 6 and Access to Water and Sanitation for all in the Pacific, in addition to charting out ways the Pacific Water and Waste Water Association can better serve the region in coordinating efforts for public and private partnerships in related efforts”, said PWWA executive officer Latu Kupa.