Among others, the Danby system has been used in the Cities of Los Angeles, San Jose, San Diego,San Francisco as well as Orange and Los Angeles Counties (CA), the Cities of Houston, Dallas and San Antonio (TX), The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission,Baltimore (MD), District of Columbia Water & Sewer Authority, Hampton RoadsSanitary District (VA), the Cities of Miami, Orlando and West Palm Beach (FL),the Cities of Atlanta, Binghampton and Syracuse (NY), the City of Boise (ID)and numerous state DOT's and cities in Canada and Mexico.
Use of the Danby Pipe Renovation System for man-entry pipes results in minimum loss of diameter, improved hydraulic capacity, an effective barrier to hydrogen sulfide corrosion, and greater flexibility in structural repair - all at a very competitive price.
The Danby System is especially applicable to non-circular shapes (arch, horseshoe, semi-elliptical, oval, egg, and box) and situations where sizes and shapes change in a pipe system. Danby is also effective for lining hydraulic structures (manholes, junction chambers, and pump station wet wells) and tunnels.
East Flume IRM Sewer Rehab
This project involved lining a 60' Cast-In-Place Concrete storm sewer which was located in an area of contaminated groundwater. The storm drainage flowed into Onondaga Lake in Syracuse, NY. The primary contaminate was calcium carbonate which had leached into the sewer through cracks and cold joints. The significant build-up of scale had to first be removed using pneumatic spades and high pressure water. Steel bolsters were installed to maintain a ...
Waterfront Mall Sewer Rehab
This successful project involved the rehabilitation of a 100 year old 90-inch diameter brick storm sewer beneath a new building under construction in a commercial area of Washington, DC located at K Street & 4th Street SW a little less than a mile southwest of the Capitol. The project overcame numerous challenges including tidal influenced backwater, limited site access and lay down area, lining around a short radius curve and confined space and ...