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G. A. Pet Foods

Posted on: 1 Jun 2017

Fullflow recently undertook a project for which they called upon the plastic fabrication skills of their sister company, Plasflow. Both companies’ combined their strengths in order to provide the client with a multi-dimensional rainwater management system.


Aberdeen Exhibition Centre

Posted on: 15 May 2017

Fullflow are pleased to announce that they have secured the order to design, manufacture and install rainwater management systems to the roof of this prestigious new project. Combining the advantages of both syphonic and conventional roof drainage, the provision of the drainage for this project has once again confirmed that Fullflow are leading the way when it comes to managing the run off of rainwater from roof areas.


Jakarta Velodrome

Posted on: 9 May 2017

Fullflow have this month been awarded the contract in order to supply syphonic roof drainage to the new velodrome in Jakarta which is being built for the 18th Asia Games in 2018.


Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Posted on: 31 Mar 2017

Fullflow have made significant investment in creating their BIM content. We have partnered up with Bimstore to create our content suitable for BIM level 2. Bimstore are one of the leading designers and hosts of BIM components in the UK, with an unrivalled reputation in creating BIM content.


Velodrome Visit

Posted on: 17 Feb 2017

On the 28th November 2016, Plasflow and Fullflow participated in cycling at the Velodrome in Derby. Sixteen employees, seven at Plasflow and nine at Fullflow participated, doing the event just for fun, for some good quality bonding time between the two companies.


ALDI Cardiff

Posted on: 20 Sep 2016

The new ALDI distribution warehouse in Cardiff benefits from the advantages that a Fullflow syphonic rainwater provides. Discharging a large amount of rainwater to a single collection point, ensures that the entire flow is attenuated within a collection tank. The syphonic flow also continues underground allowing buried pipes to be laid level.


Business longevity

Posted on: 10 Aug 2016

No other industry is as reliant on the use of sub-contractors as the construction industry. The measure of the success of a project and therefore the performance of the Main Contractor, has a high level of dependency upon the skill and ability of Operations teams to appoint reputable and reliable sub-contracting partners


Fullflow Group takes the high level initiative

Posted on: 15 Jul 2016

In their role of industry leading innovators, over the past 2 years Fullflow Group have continued to invest in a programme of research & development. A result of this is the development of a butt fusion welding machine which is not only specifically for use on pipework located at high levels within the building, but is also compliant with the requirements of BS 8490:2007.