Pipe Bursting News

  • Rotork emergency shut-off solution protects pipelines on motorway bridge

    The Sundsvall Bridge in northern Sweden carries the European Route E4 motorway, spanning a coastal cove to bypass the city of Sundsvall. Opened in 2014, the 2.1 kilometre bridge also carries two 400 mm diameter district heating pipelines which are now protected by an emergency shut-off system incorporating Rotork pneumatic actuators. A quick reliable shut-off solution on either side of the bridge ...


    By Rotork

  • Why you should get the pipe bursting equipment from TRIC tools

    To understand why you should get the pipe bursting equipment from TRIC Tools you first have to know what pipe bursting is if you don’t already. Pipe bursting is a trenchless method of replacing pipelines that have been buried underground and don’t require a traditional construction trench for repair or replacement. These pipes could be in regard to sewer, water, or even natural gas. ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • Pipe bursting equipment manufacturer and sewer contractor

    When sewer inspection and maintenance lead to sewer repair or replacement, there are a few key things a homeowner needs to know. While the sewer contractor is of prime importance, the equipment and methods the contractor uses are also critical to the overall outcome of the job. When all established methods of sewer lateral rehabilitation are on the table—open-cut excavation, CIPP lining, ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • Why go trenchless? the real question is why not?

    Although you may not like to think about it, the plumbing and sewer industry in the United States is huge, and it is the reason why we don’t have to think about our waste or its disposal. There are approximately 104,852 plumbing and sewage companies in the U.S., and about 730,887 Americans who work in the industry. With so many smart people involved and so many competing companies, it may ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • The biggest advantages of pipe bursting for trenchless sewer replacement

    For decades, the only way to replace a sewer line was to dig a big, ugly, expensive trench right across your property. And since homeowners are legally required to pay for the upkeep of sewer lines servicing their property, that meant a big expensive mess. If there was a garden, driveway, deck, or sidewalk in the way, well, that’s just too bad. Fortunately, “no dig” trenchless ...


    By TRIC Tools Inc.

  • NEUE HERBOLD - Two Shaft Shredder for size reduction of pipes

    Size reduction machines - NEUE HERBOLD – PIPESHREDDER Type HZR 1300/2 NEUE HERBOLD Maschinen- und Anlagenbau, Sinsheim-Reihen, Germany presents its portfolio in the field of size reduction of plastic scrap. Besides their large range of granulators as well as their machinery range for the entire process chain of plastics ...

  • Key players in Indonesia see what RAM analysis can do

    Major engineering, procurement and construction companies (EPCs) and consultancies as well as national oil company Pertamina joined DNV Software to learn about DNV Software’s reliability, maintainability, availability (RAM) products: Maros and Taro. More than 20 engineers from seven different oil and gas companies attended the DNV Software seminar on RAM analysis in Jakarta. The main focus ...


    By DNV GL - Software

  • Bentley Acquires Microprotol to Extend AutoPIPE’s Market Leadership in High-pressure Plant Environments

    Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, today announced that it has acquired EuResearch, provider of Microprotol – a leading software application for the design and analysis of pressure vessels and heat exchangers. With this addition to its portfolio, Bentley extends its world-class ...

  • Foreign Funding Poll: British Columbians Worried About Foreign Investment in Canadian Resources, Not Philanthropic Support for Environmental Groups

    A poll released today by BC environmental groups shows that almost 75 percent of British Columbians are worried about foreign investment in Canadian natural resources. The poll results show that only a small minority of British Columbians (15%) are concerned about charitable funding provided by US philanthropic foundations to Canadian environmental groups. The vast majority of British Columbians ...

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