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  • TOM®, PVC-O pipes guaranteed for 50 years: the revolution in the pressurized water transport market

    Molecor, a company specialized in the development of Molecular Orientation Technology, offers highly effective products and solutions to the pressurized water pipe market, which has allowed it to position itself as a leader in the manufacture and marketing of TOM® Oriented PVC Pipes (PVC -O), a product that the company guarantees for 50 years. The technological improvement presented by the ...


    By Molecor Tecnologia S.L

  • Molecor expands its range of Oriented PVC Pipes launching the DN1000 mm diameter TOM® pipe

    New milestone for the leading company in the development of molecular orientation technology applied to pressurized water pipes. Molecor, surpassing itself once again, launches the first DN1000 mm Oriented PVC pipe in the world, a fact that represents a new milestone in the pressure pipeline sector. Molecor consolidates its leadership in the sector with a new diameter that exponentially expands ...


    By Molecor Tecnologia S.L

  • Molecor achieves the first product certification for the ecoFITTOM® PVC-O fittings

    Molecor in its commitment to excellence, innovation and internationalization, and in its continuous process to develop efficient solutions for the conveyance of water under pressure, became a world leader overcoming technological barriers and developing the exclusive technology capable of manufacturing ecoFITTOM® Oriented PVC fittings. The quality of the ecoFITTOM® PVC-O fittings is ...


    By Molecor Tecnologia S.L

  • New NLB pipe and tube nozzles offer more choices

    NLB Corp. has introduced a line of high-pressure water jet nozzles for cleaning small pipes and tubes that features five major styles and more than 200 models with standard drill patterns. Custom nozzles are also available. Included in the new line are: standard nozzles for applications requiring 15,000 psi, 20,000 psi or 40,000 psi (1,035 bar, 1,380 bar, or 2,800 bar) multi-row nozzles for ...


    By NLB Corp.

  • Water World Day, Molecor reinforces its commitment to the environment

    Water is life. It is the most important and essential element to make life exists. It is not a coincidence that Earth and humans beings are made up of water by 70%. In other planets, there is no life because this element does not exist in a liquid state. In the middle of this climate crisis, we must be conscious this element is more and more scarce, and, at the same time, more requested. The ...


    By Molecor Tecnologia S.L

  • Predicting drainage impacts

    Predicting the drainage impacts on downstream peak events is complex because it involves studying many physical processes at different interdependent scales: the individual field, the drainage network, and the catchment. This group of researchers from France and North Carolina performed an experiment performed in a small subsurface-drained catchment (130 ha), east of Paris, France. The main ...

  • Coulson Ice Blast Announces Corrosion Coatings ltd. as Trinidad and Tobago Distributor

    Coulson Ice Blast is partnering with Corrosion Coatings ltd. for the distribution of all Coulson Ice Blast products in Trinidad and Tobago. Corrosion Coatings ltd. is specialized in the cleaning, inspection, surface preparation and protective coatings industries. They are heavily involved in the offshore oil industry, providing cleaning, recoating and aerial drone surveillance services on ...


    By Coulson Ice Blast

  • ADB supports water and sanitation improvements in Sri Lanka`s dry zone

    Key urban centers in Sri Lanka's Northern and Northwestern Provinces are utilizing Asian Development Bank (ADB) funds to upgrade neglected and overstretched water and sanitation systems. ADB is providing a 32-year loan of $59.78 million and a grant of $23.22 million from the Asian Development Fund for the Dry Zone Urban Water and Sanitation Project which will rehabilitate and expand water and ...


    By Asian Development Bank

  • Inland Pipe Rehabilitation Installs Cured-In-Place Pipe Renewal System at Dallas Water Utility, Saving the City Significant Money and Avoiding Lengthy Shutdown

    Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR), the nation's largest privately owned trenchless infrastructure solutions provider, recently installed Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) to renew more than 1600 ft. of water lines serving a North Dallas suburb water treatment plant. IPR installed its unique pressure pipe renewal system provided by RS Technik using Dow custom formulated resins. IPR invested in the new ...


    By RS Technik AG

  • New NLB Roto-Reel® automates pipe cleaning

    NLB Corp. has introduced two Roto-Reel® units that automatically feed high-pressure water jet hose for industrial pipe and sewer cleaning, relieving operators of the strain of manual hose feeding. They also improve efficiency by rotating the hose as it feeds, helping it get through tight bends and maximizing cleaning coverage and water jet force.Two models are available. The Roto-Reel 200 has a ...


    By NLB Corp.

  • HJ3 Composite Technologies of Tucson Wins $100,000 Green Technology Contract from EPA

    Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that HJ3 Composite Technologies of Tucson, Arizona will receive a $100,000 green technology contract for its innovative drinking water pipeline repair proposal. The contract is part of $2 million awarded to 21 small businesses nationwide to advance sustainable and innovative products and processes under EPA’s Small Business ...

  • Pipeline Repair Without Depressurizing

    The Petersen team has over 100 years’ experience designing and producing pipe plugs and flushers. Partnering with customers helps us continually advance our capabilities. We have positioned ourselves to be engineering problem solvers and delight in pushing boundaries on what is possible. A number of customers over the years voiced a need for an economical and user friendly solution to stop ...


    By Petersen Products Company

  • Illness increasing in central Asia due to poor quality drinking water - report

    Despite significant efforts to improve access to safe water and sanitation, a new report co-authored by an expert at The University of Nottingham, argues that much more needs to be done. A major survey in Kazakhstan found that, despite meeting the UN definition of what constitutes safe water, a large number of people reported suffering from illnesses like hepatitis and gastroenteritis. A key ...

  • IBM Analytics Help Sonoma County, California Conserve Water

    SONOMA COUNTY, Calif., March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) Research scientists and the Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA), which supplies water to more than 600,000 people in the heart of Northern California's wine country, have once again teamed up to address the pressing problem of water conservation. The new program, which builds on an existing IBM-SCWA water ...


    By IBM Corporation

  • Aqua America’s Virginia Subsidiary Acquires Water Systems

    Aqua America, Inc. (NYSE: WTR) announced today that its Virginia subsidiary, Aqua Virginia, Inc. (Aqua), has acquired the water system assets of Fox Run Water Co., Inc. and Moseley-Nash Enterprises, Inc. for approximately $400,000. The 26 water systems serve about 3,500 people and businesses in several counties primarily surrounding Lake Gaston near the North ...


    By Aqua America, Inc

  • Unique experiment with geotextile

    This is on behalf of Rivierenland Water Authority. Therefore, a 15 m wide and 0,5 m long GeoDetect filter and detection system, provided by Ten Cate, has been positioned vertically on the test dike. Over a period of one week, tests will be conducted to see if this approach can counteract piping. Sensors and water-pressure meters will be used for monitoring. GeoDetect was developed to detect and ...


    By Deltares

  • Iowa’s Jerry Stevens takes helm at American Water Works Association

    Pledging to work to assure “the highest water quality is preserved for future generations,” West Des Moines (Iowa) Water Works General Manager Jerry Stevens took the reins as president of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) at the conclusion of the 2011 Annual Conference and Exposition in Washington, D.C. Stevens is a registered professional engineer and certified water ...

  • ASTM D2239 - 12 Standard Specification for Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe (SIDR-PR) Based on Controlled Inside Diameter

    This specification covers polyethylene (PE) pipe made in standard thermoplastic pipe dimension ratios and pressure rated for water. Polyethylene plastics used to make pipe meeting the requirements of this specification are categorized in two criteria: short-term strength tests and long-term strength tests. The plastics are defined by four hydrostatic design stresses ...


    By ASTM International

  • Rotating Line Moles expand pipe cleaning options

    A new family of Rotating Line Moles (RLM) from NLB gives users more than 40 choices to clean pipes and tubes with high-pressure water. Designed for tubes with diameters from 0.5 inches to 1.5 inches (1.27 cm to 3.81 cm), they feature operating pressures of 10,000 psi or 20,000 psi (700 bar or 1,400 bar). A variety of flows and nozzle patterns lets users create the most effective rotating action ...


    By NLB Corp.

  • ASTM F2599 - 11 Standard Practice for The Sectional Repair of Damaged Pipe By Means of An Inverted Cured-In-Place Liner

    This practice is for use by designers and specifiers, regulatory agencies, owners, and inspection organizations who are involved in the rehabilitation of pipes through the use of a resin-impregnated tube installed within a damaged existing pipe. As for any practice, modifications may be required for specific job conditions. 1. Scope 1.1 This practice covers ...


    By ASTM International

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