Rehabilitation

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Pipeline Renewal Technologies is introducing an innovative method for monitoring cure temperature of cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) liner installations.

In June 2011, American Airlines’ Tulsa Engineering Facility personnel discovered a severe leak in their fire suppression system following a recent activation. The section of damaged pipeline was approximately 70 feet long and was situated 8 feet below a power substation, and encompassed one 10-inch tee. Dig and replace was not a viable option.

The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) signed a consent decree on Aug. 5 with regulators and environmentalists to make extensive improvements to its sewer systems and treatment plants, at an estimated cost of $4.7 billion over 23 years.

Remote inspection equipement from CUES, R.S. Technical Services, Ratech Electronics, Radiodetection, RedZone Robotics, Envirosight, Pearpoint, Pipelogix, Aries Industries and RapidView IBAK.

CUES

RS Technik has entered a licensing agreement with Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR) for its new RS BlueLine pipe rehabilitation system featuring specially formulated Dow epoxy resins for pressure pipe applications.

Doug Chick, a trenchless industry pioneer and a founder of Insituform Technologies passed away at age 87 on May 5.

The latest product release from Steve Vick International is a toolkit designed for the garden-to-meter insertion of a new 17.5mm (0.68 inch) SDR 9.7 PE service pipe introduced by Radius Systems.

CentriPipe – centrifugally cast concrete pipe – is designed for corrosion protection and complete structural renewal of storm and sanitary sewer pipe between 36 inches and larger in diameter.

A "must have tool" for a professional branch-line reinstatement finish, the Dancutter DC-70 Flex is ideal for small pipe diameter rehabilitation.

Raven Lining Systems’ newest addition to the AquataPoxy family is environmentally friendly AquataPoxy SuperFlex, and as the name implies, it is a flexible coating.

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