barrier pipe Articles

  • Southern California Meets Water Demands and Controls Saltwater Intrusion

    Application Due to increasing water demands, decreasing supplies of imported water, and recurring drought conditions, state and local governments are expanding or developing groundwater replenishment or recharge systems. These systems divert highly treated wastewater, which is typically discharged into the ocean or local surface waters, into natural storage areas. The reclaimed waters, once ...


    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • Large Diameter Pipes - Case study

    Description This pipeline had previously been rehabilitated with an epoxy coating. Pinholes in the coating system had allowed sewer gases to continue to attack the host structure, resulting in failure of the coating and further deterioration of the pipe. Pipe has benches or shelves in the bottom forming a channel for the sewage flow. Solution Poly-Triplex Certified Installer bridged the ...


    By Envirocort Technologies

  • Underground Effluent Pipe - Case Study

    Project: UNDERGROUND EFFLUENT PIPE Client: Southeastern pulp & paper mill General Scope: Over 5000 ft. of 24” and 30” diameter FRP pipe to carry effluent from the bleach plant to holding ponds. Engineering/Procurement: BROWN & ROOT, INC. – Houston, Texas Resin & Laminate ...


    By Fibrex Corporation

  • Collecting Data from the Field? Follow this Formula for Success!

    A drill operator at an oil rig is looking tired and “out of it.” He’s yawning, his movements are slow, and he doesn’t appear to be paying much attention to detail. Immediately, the supervisor relieves the drill operator of his duties and reassigns the task. He quickly enters the work observation in his iPad. His device has an offline mode that will sync up with his ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Water Main / Fire Line Rehabilitation

    Problem Dirty brown water and poor water flow were the first clues that a mid-Atlantic commercial property owner had a problem. Then the owner was put on notice by the local fire department that the water supply lines were no longer meeting the required flow requirements. Four hydrants on the owner’s property were flowing between 200 to 300 gallons per minute due to heavy corrosion-induced ...


    By CuraFlo

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