Rehabilitation

MaxLiner, a manufacturer of a turnkey set of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) equipment, accessories and materials, has been featured in another episode of the Emmy Award-winning Ask This Old House television series. The MaxLiner system was also highlighted in a 2006 episode of This Old House, which featured the complete renovation of a 1916 East Boston home.

Underground Construction's 2012 rehabilitation equipment selection guide: presenting the industry's most comprehensive resource for the products and services offered to the rehabilitation market.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

The threat that a large, severely deteriorated Houston sewer line could cause the collapse of a road at the intersection of a major highway was averted by a timely trenchless rehabilitation project.

Stainless pipe supports by RELINER®/Duran Inc. are easily installed adjustable clamping pipe brackets made of non-corrosive 11 gauge 304 stainless.

Manhole and pipe coating methods from SpectraShield, Raven Lining Systems, Sauereisen, Standard Cement Materials, Sprayroq, The Strong Company and AP/M Permaform.

The Lifespan System, manufactured by Hamilton Kent, is a watertight, corrosion-proof, non-conductive, locking rubber manhole frame and lid system that prevents rain derived inflow from entering sanitary sewers through the top of the manhole. And it retains the hydraulic, water-tight and structural integrity of the underlying concrete structure; thereby delivering a longer service life.

Vac-Con Inc. has partnered with Cues Camera to upgrade its Inspector Cam secondary product line. Vac-Con has been working with product engineers with Cues Camera since August of 2011.

New Castle County, DE, has awarded RJN Group Inc. two collection system project extensions within the White Clay Creek Sewer Basin.

The newest Version 6.4.5 of PipeLogix’s suite of pipe survey software tools features the redesign of the Recording and Playback forms in the DVS module. This change enables the user to take a picture during a survey and add it with one click during live recording and from playback of videos.

Rehabilitation specialist Janssen Umwelttechnik is offering a new injection process for no-dig rehabilitation of faulty joints in sewer lines from 8 to 24 inches. It is especially suited for sewer lines, where the lateral connections are still completely intact.

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