IPEX, Inc.

System XFR Replaces Cast Iron at the Toronto Pearson International Airport Case Study

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Leaking pipes are no joke at anytime, but when the leaks might force the shut down of a busy restaurant or baggage handling site or security screening area of a large international airport, replacement pipe needs to be installed fast and the fix has to be long-lasting.


Cast iron pipe was used for drainage in the construction at both terminals 1 and 3 of Toronto Pearson International Airport. With increasing passenger growth over the years and the number of restaurants (currently 70) in both terminals catering to the increasing demands and diverse tastes of passengers, the plumbing infrastructure has seen a rise in the number of failures of the cast iron pipes. Many of the failures were from pipe that had been in service for only the last 12 to 14 years.

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