Retroflo Limited

0191 5 269 830

Retroflo Ltd, Unit 12 Enterprise Court, Seaham Grange Industrial Estate, Seaham, SR7 0PS

Areas of Operation:

Retroflo, North East, North East of England, Seaham, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Darlington, Leeds, York, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, the North, North West, Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull, North Yorkshire, City of York, North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and the Humber.

Services Provided:

Pumping station design, pumping station installations, packaged pumping stations, purpose built pumping stations, water company projects, commissioning and optimisation, maintenance and testing.


Retroflo staff have over 40 years’ experience working with and understanding the EICA systems and processes of many of the UK’s water utility companies. Our capabilities in water and wastewater electrical engineering cover all aspects of instrumentation, control and automation as well as general electrical works.

Through the development of its award-winning pump control system, Retroflo has pioneered energy management in the wastewater pumping process and we are in a unique position to provide turnkey EICA services that help water companies realise energy and carbon reductions.


Retroflo is a NICEIC accredited contractor with staff qualified to work in water industry hazardous areas. Our specialist water industry services include:

Consultancy Services

Electrical and ICA design

Electrical and ICA installations

Electrical and ICA testing, fault finding + diagnosis

Energy, asset and plant efficiency surveys

Commissioning, optimisation and handover

Operations manuals production and training provisioning


Our water industry specific EICA capabilities encompass:

Assets: Pumping stations, water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, biomass plants, incinerators.

Electrical: Motors, pumps, actuators, cable management systems, pump control systems.

Instrumentation: level sensors, flow meters, pressure sensors, switches.

Control Systems: MCC, PLC, SCADA, Telemetry and software systems, variable speed drives (VSDs).

The benefits of a CCTV drainage survey are spectacular in defining an accurate report with real time footage of your drainage system.

Trenchless drain relining methods such as (CIPP), a cured-in-place-pipe. Is created by an epoxy layered liner which does not involve digging a trench.  Benefits? Less noise, cleaner and overall, more convenient. 

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An Example of How a Drainage System Can Fail

The moss, leaves and general dirt build-up like we see in the guttering will be channelled down into the gullies. If not cleaned properly and checked regularly, it will back up surface water and create pooling and flooding.  

Again, damp saturation, mould, cracks, slip hazards and ground movement or erosion can all occur. This can also lead to pipe collapse symptoms, with sustained heavy rainfall, extreme cold and heat all expanding contraction effects.  

When an emergency arises with our drainage, be it a blocked toilet or an over flowing drain on our property. High pressure water jetting will be the tool to unblock it!

The benefits for using high pressure water  

jetting is valuable in maintaining the integrity and continuity of your drainage pipes, and to keep them flowing.