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Over the past 20 years, pipebursting has become firmly established as a primary method of replacing underground pipe infrastructure past its useful life.

The ARROW 2 pipe laser provides the utility contractor with a rugged, reliable tool that stands up to the demands of tough jobsite conditions and has the features required to lay pipe fast and accurately.

The W130B wheel loader tool carrier model boasts a closed-center, load-sensing hydraulic system that delivers fast cycle times and maximum breakout force.

The recently completed Line 108 Replacement Project featured the use of HDD for portions of the pipeline installation beneath two rivers and two extremely sensitive natural areas.

The GL2700 pipe laser is ideal for sanitary and storm sewers, pipe jacking and tunneling.

The A710S automatic dual grade laser is designed to work on any job site. It’s ideal for machine control, site work, leveling, alignment and layout.

Underground pipe repair technology that uses ultraviolet (UV) light helped preserve an 18th Century home nestled among hills near Pittsburgh, PA.

Two Model 1512 Pipe Profiling Sonars have been bought from Marine Electronics Ltd, UK, by the National Water Main Cleaning Co. of Newark, NJ.

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).

In the underground construction industry, the fact that American sewers are overtaxed and given to overflows that endanger public health is no secret. But raising public awareness is a problem, and we're happy to see items in the general interest press like Sunday's New York Times article focusing on the issue: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/23/us/23sewer.html?_r=2&hp (free registration many be required).