As a specialist in the Water Jetting industry and member of the Water Jetting Association RGL are proud to help develop and innovate the industry wherever possible.

Through our years of experience, we are happy to promote the versatility of water jetting as a service, and highlight its use across multiple industries.

We hope you find our News section of interest, and we will provide monthly blogs along with news of any industry developments.

Global Wind Organisation Training

As RGL’s involvements with projects in the wind industry increase we are pleased to announce the successful completion of the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) training, including: GWO Fire Awareness GWO Manual Handling GWO Working at Height   Many thanks to Safer At Work in Winchester for providing the training for us.

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Congratulations Sarah Holt has completed 15 years service with RGL!

Sarah has been working at RGL for 15 years and began her service in the accounts department in 2004.  Over her time she has also acted as personal assistant to the Directors and is currently performing a vital role as Head of Compliance. Sarah has gathered extensive knowledge of  the RGL processes, working methods and

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Concrete Hydrodemolition, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Work was required at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to enable modifications to the structure, however no vibration or damage to the steel reinforcement was permitted. This meant hydrodemolition was the perfect method to be employed for the concrete removal required. Over a period of 3 days we hydrodemolished approximately 1.25 cubic metres of concrete

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Our Latest Refinery Cleaning Project…

The Challenge RGL were contracted by a major UK oil refinery to undertake a large scope of water jetting activities in one of their 2019 turnaround events. The scope of works consisted of: Heat Exchanger Tube Bundle Cleaning (Internal and External) – completed in the wash bay Fin Fan Cleaning – completed in situ on

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Precision Concrete Pile Hydrodemolition

Using precision concrete hydrodemolitionwe removed defective concrete from a secant pile wall over several visits. By using hydrodemolition rather than traditional techniques the steel reinforcement is left in tact with no damage, as illustrated below. Hydrodemolition is a vibration free method, ensuring the integrity of the structure remains once works are complete, allowing non-conformances to

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Celebrating Our 35th Anniversary!

RGL are proud to announce we are celebrating our 35th anniversary this year. Here is a throwback picture with our founder John Twigg, with our 10 year anniversary celebratory mug and original work wear!  

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Blocked Pipe Obstruction Removal

A recently completed successful project was to develop an abrasive water jet cold cutting rig which can be pushed up small diameter sewer pipes of 300mm diameter + and then used to cut out any metal or concrete obstructions by remote control. This technology has already been successfully deployed on several major jobs where the

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RGL to Exhibit at Global Offshore Wind

We are proud to be exhibiting at Global Offshore Wind next week, the show hosted at ExCel London runs from June 25th-26th and covers all aspects of the Offshore wind market. The 2 days are filled with networking opportunities, industry recognised speakers and over 150 exhibitors. We are on Stand 42 and look forward to

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Precision Concrete Hydrodemolition – Bridge Bearing Removal

Using Hand Held Low Reaction Force Safety Lance our expert team used Precision Hydrodemolition to remove concrete and grout surrounding this bridge bearing. This enabled essential maintenance work to be carried out, including the replacement of the bearings.

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Precision Robotic Concrete Hydrodemolition

Using our tracked Hydrodemolition robot, we removed 75mm of concrete over 132 square metres (9.9 cubic metres) on this concrete ramp to expose steel reinforcement and enable a new pour to provide a new finish. Works were completed remotely and on time.

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