Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP)

Articles & Whitepapers

  • Environmental impact of cured-in-place pipe renewal on an asbestos cement water main

    Environmental impact of cured-in-place pipe renewal on an asbestos cement water main

    According to the US Environmental Protection Agency's (USEPA) estimation, asbestos cement (AC) pipe accounts for approximately 15% of the total length of pipe networks for water distribution systems in North America; and just as other pipe materials, the AC mains are deteriorating and are in need of attention/renewal. However, there are concerns surrounding the environmental impact of AC pipe ...

News

  • Contracts awarded by the city of Montre

    Contracts awarded by the city of Montre

    12.4 miles for the rehabilitation of water main using a cured-in-place trenchless techniqueThe city of Montreal (QC) has awarded 4 contracts, totalling 12.4 miles, to Sanexen Environmental Services Inc. for the rehabilitation of water main using a ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Elastomeric Joint Compound
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    Elastomeric Joint Compound

    Sauereisen Elastomeric Joint Compound No. 69 is used as a flexible expansion joint in acid pickling tanks; in concrete, brick and tile floors; for sealing joints of ducts and conduits; and for general caulking and sealing where permanent flexibility and adhesion are required, along with resistance to mineral acids and alkalies. No. 69 is not resistant to oils, kerosene or petroleum solvents.