Rehabilitation

Need to clean old bitumen and tar lining materials out of your drinking water pipes? The Tomahawk System can do it with ease.

New WinCan VX is a revolutionary overhaul of the world’s leading pipe inspection and asset management software.

Burst and replace water, sewer, gas and other pipes with the Grundoburst static pipe bursting system from TT Technologies. The Grundoburst can pull in a variety of replacement pipe including PVC, DIP, ABS, cast iron, fusion welded HDPE and VCP jacking pipe. Pulled by a hydraulic bursting unit, the cutter head’s special cutting wheels split the host pipe. Six models are available for bursting 2-inch through 54-inch pipes and larger. 630.851.8200, tttechnologies.com

Less than an hour north of San Diego, CA, lies Escondido, a quaint city surrounded by rocky hills and beautiful skylines.

Manhole and pipe coatings by Sauereisen, Raven Lining Systems, AP/M Permaform, 3M, SewperCoat Kerneos, Standard Cement Materials, Warren Environmental, Parson Environmental Products, Infrastructure Repair Systems and SpectraShield.

The Arrow-Lock Sheet Lining System is designed specifically to provide rehabilitation for corroded, but structurally sound, concrete structures such as manholes, lift stations, digesters, primary effluent channels, sludge wet wells, primary sedimentation tanks, headworks and other such areas.

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.

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.

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

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