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HammerHead Trenchless Equipment’s self-contained HydraLiner trailer packages are designed specifically for the needs of CIPP professionals to complete projects on time and within budget.

The WrapidSeal Manhole Encapsulation System consists of an engineered primer and a unique wraparound heat-shrinkable sleeve designed specifically to seal joints and prevent groundwater from entering a collection system.

LMK Technologies has developed and introduced a technology that permits the simultaneous application for a single-piece of CIPP (cured-in-place-pipe) liner for the main pipe and multiple branch pipes.

LiquiForce’s unique junction liner installation process chemically and mechanically bonds the junction liner to the main pipeline and the lateral connecting pipeline to a home or business, resulting in a one-piece pipeline system that is impervious to infiltration or leakage.

Brownwood, TX, is considered a pioneer in municipal trenchless construction because for the past seven years, the city has exclusively used static pipe bursting for sewer main replacements, doing all of the work with its own municipal maintenance staff and machinery.

HammerHead Trenchless Equipment has signed an agreement with Picote Cutting systems to become a new North American distributor, thereby adding new capabilities to HammerHead’s existing lateral lining system offerings.

Channeline SL is designed to make round slip lining simple.

Sauereisen, a third-generation manufacturer of corrosion-resistant materials, welcomes Brian Wagner to its research team.

The city of Baltimore, MD, has awarded SAK Construction an $18.8 million contract to install more than 58,000 feet of small-, medium- and large-diameter cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) in residential neighborhoods in the Union Square area of Baltimore City.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress sent the White House a $12.3 billion water projects bill half the size of its last one seven years ago — before the economy sank into a deep recession that helped swell the government's debt and before lawmakers swore off cherry-picking pet projects for folks back home.