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  • Reasons to choose Trenchless Pipe Bursting Repairing Equipment

    Trenchless technology has altered the industry, revolutionizing sewer pipe repair and gaining the favor of many property owners today. No digging, no re-landscaping, no use of chemicals- the trenchless strategy is far better than the traditional approach. In the developing business sector, pipe repair companies need the most effective equipment to stay competitive. The ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • Residential Sewer and Drain Pipe Line Repairing by Pipe Bursting Method

    One responsibility a homeowner must accomplish is the regular maintenance and repairs around the house. The scale goes up according to how pressing the problem is. Decisive action must be done for emergency situations, especially when it comes to sewer line emergencies. As soon as you notice the pipes leaking or backing up, you’ll need to immediately have it inspected and repaired. If not, ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • The different purposes of drain cleaners

    Drain cleaners are chemicals that help in clearing off septic tank drain pipes or to put a stop to the amount of congested pipes. It is commonly suggested through septic tank specialists, as it is an easiest ways do repair to drainage problems. Drain cleaners includes very hazardous chemical ...


    By Hydra International Ltd

  • 100 Simple Ways To Save Water

    To improve water conservation install a rain sensor, it turns off your irrigation when it rains. Use a weather-based controller. The use of smart controllers can reduce water usage 24% a year on average. Learn about available rebate programs ...


    By Jain Irrigation, Inc

  • F.S. repair underscores commitment to quality repair & resale at a good price with Abanaki

    In 1987, experienced salesman Floyd Sitzmann incorporated F.S. Repair, Inc. His goal then remains the same as the Iowa-based company's today: to provide industrial repair and resale quickly and cost-effectively across applications that range from complete machine shop operations to sheet metal and fabrication. 'We continually strive to be the number one customer satisfaction company out there,' ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Case study - drain field renovation with RetroFAST

    Engineer: Dick Bartel, Point One Engineering Distributor: Frank Hay, Pinnacle Environmental Technologies, Inc. Location: British Columbia, Canada Dick Bartel approached Frank Hay in mid August 2002 looking for alternatives for repairing a neighbor’s biologically-failing conventional septic system. Bartel had originally looked into ...


    By Bio-Microbics, Inc.

  • Genesee county waste water drain commission

    Michigan county selects a Cornell pump for its new pump station. Genesee County, where Flint, Michigan is located, had an issue with their wastewater Pump Station No 1. Employing a vertical line shaft and dry pit pump design, the station was becoming increasingly expensive to maintain and operate. Adding to maintenance issues were the pump station’s age and ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Macomb county emergency repair case study

    Sinkhole Repaired in Michigan Township Clinton Township, like most communities, can provide us with case studies in evolving infrastructure needs. On July 22, 1782, more than a year before the American Revolutionary War ended, the first settlement was founded on the site of present-day Clinton Township, Mich., near the Clinton River. The lower bluff, which is close to the river, ...


    By Hobas Pipe USA

  • Wastewater Reuse and Minimisation: Weatherall Smash Repairs

     Weatherall Smash Repairs took the initiative on cleaner production because the owner and staff wanted to help the environment. They’ve been rewarded with savings that will grow as water and disposal costs continue to increase, gains in productivity, and a future marketing advantage. They may also be able to sell the water recycling system they have developed, giving a further financial ...


  • How to drain 37 million of liters of water in just 14 hours

    Trollhätte canal, located in the Southwest part of Sweden, has a difference in altitude of 44 meters, handled by six locks. One single lockage demands 8000-12000 m3 of water. In May 2009, the lock system was closed down for maintenance and repair; this required four of the locks to be drained and kept dry for four days. Grindex pumps in the sizes Matador and Maxi were rented for the task. ...


    By Grindex Pumps

  • Latah creek sanitary sewer main repair, Spokane, Washington

    A SEEMINGLY simple kid’s prank of throwing rocks and other material down a storm drain resulted in a major emergency repair job to prevent the collapse of a 42-in. sanitary sewer main in Spokane, Washington. In a short period of time, a group of kids completely blocked an 18-in. pipe leading to the city’s combined sanitary/ storm drain system. The drain soon began to overflow, sending water ...


    By Presto Geosystems

  • Case study - One-pass-trencher used to repair Tyler Dam

    Greg DeWind takes pride in his one-pass trenching machine. With a smile on his face, he watches Wednesday as it is used to dig a trench at the Lake Tyler Dam. The 225,000-pound, 3,000-horsepower machine mixes soil, cement and bentonite clay as it cuts a trench that is 2 1/2-foot wide and about 70 feet deep, according to Steve Richards, with ETTL Engineers and Consultants. It burns about 100 ...

  • Auto Repair & Recycling Industry: Service and Scrap Business Saves Money, Stays True to `Green Roots`

    At Jeff’s Auto Body & Recycling Center Inc., old things become new again. Since 1978, Jeff Kurtz and his family have been restoring and fixing cars, as well as offering a variety of recycling services to Paxinos, PA, and surrounding communities. PROBLEM: In 2011, Kurtz realized that he could do more to clean up the wastewater run-off from the auto repair and service facility. In ...


    By Oil Skimmers, Inc.

  • Going by the Book

    The latest edition of The Drain Repair Book is a best-practice guide devised by insurers for contractorsworking in the public and private sectors. Iain Naismith of the WRc group outlines the updates. When the Insurers’ Drainage Forum met in September it was satisfied with the progress it made in ...


    By WRc plc

  • How do You Know When You Need Commercial Plumbers

    In your day-to-day routine, either at home or at your business, the plumbing doesn’t get much attention. That is, until it starts showing warning signs of problems via sinks, tubs, and shower stalls not draining, toilets not flushing, or sewage backing up into your basement. It’s true you can buy drain openers and cleaners in the hardware store or even in the grocery store, but these ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • Winter is coming: precautions to protect your pumps

    Now that we are running up to December, the weather in the Northern hemisphere is slowly getting colder and colder. Although Western Europe has been fortunate with a reasonably mild fall, we are expected to get a harsh winter this year, meaning that it is good to prepare for the cold season. Being pump people, this means that we need to take precautions to protect our ...


    By BBA Pumps

  • Asset management and nondestructive evaluation of force mains in New York City

    Management of infrastructure assets has been gaining increased attention recently because of aging infrastructures. Wastewater infrastructures, such as sewers, force mains, etc., maintained by various municipalities across the nation are at increased risk of failure since they are buried underground and are usually scheduled for maintenance/repair only after a breakage. Force mains are a vital ...

  • 5 Considerations for Choosing Pipe Bursting

    Homeowners who encounter sewer, drain, and water line problems often dread repairs not just because of the expense, but the major disruptions that they expect. Excavation, torn up lawns, and days of going without water are associated with traditional methods of repair. Fortunately, technology has made it possible to assess and fix pipes with minimal disruption by using a technique called pipe ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • Got deteriorating asbestos cement water mains?

    Asbestos has come to be one of the most feared words and materials in the world. Yet, in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, more than 600,000 miles of asbestos cement– also called transite – used for its light weight, corrosion resistance, rigidity, ease of handling and installation was installed to handle water throughout the United States. Applications included potable water mains, storm ...

  • FLXX tightly sealed tanks protect ground water

    Every time we turn on a faucet, run the dishwasher, do a load of laundry, wash our cars, eat at a restaurant, use chemical compounds on our lawn, or flush our old prescription medication down the drain, we're impacting the global water supply. Front Range Precast Concrete in Boulder is working to protect water resources. It has been making watertight concrete tanks under the brand name FLXX for ...


    By Front Range Precast Concrete

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