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That’s why, in 1999, Edina switched to chimneys composed of stacks of high-density polyethylene rings from Ladtech. With hundreds of these rings installed, Glanzer says there have been zero failures. “They still look like the day we put them in. That’s why we exclusively spec the Ladtech rings.”
Edina is not alone; hundreds of thousands of Ladtech rings have been installed nationwide over the past 10 years with no reported failures.
Aqualiner’s New Pipe Lining Product Receives NSF 61 Certification
Aqualiner Limited announces that its new water pipe lining product called Rembrandt has received NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification from the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF). This certification means the Rembrandt product meets the rigid standards required for products used in drinking water system components in the U.S. water infrastructure. This includes protecting against leaching or migrating of contaminants into the drinking water supply.
Aqualiner is authorized to use the NSF Certification Mark in conjunction with marketing Rembrandt to the water industry. The Rembrandt product is a trenchless method for structurally rehabilitating underground pipes, including water mains. Aqualiner’s water pipe lining allows for the possibility of rapid, same-day return to water service to urban and suburban neighborhoods, with less disruption and lower cost than conventional pipe replacement. +44 (0) 1509 224234, www.aqualiner.co.uk