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Quiz: The Trenchless Pipe Bursting Rehabilitation Method

By Krystal Nanan | Last updated: October 28, 2019
Key Takeaways

Pipe bursting, like all other trenchless technologies, has its benefits and limitations. It is, therefore, crucial to understand how this technique works and where it is most appropriate.

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The use of trenchless technology to repair and maintain underground piping is rapidly gaining popularity, especially in the public sector. Pipe bursting was first developed in the UK in the late 1970s, where it was used for the replacement of 3- and 4-inch cast iron gas mains.

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Since then, this technique has evolved, allowing it to be used on larger-diameter pipelines.

Pipe bursting, like all other trenchless technologies, has its benefits and limitations. It is, therefore, crucial to understand how this technique works and where it is most appropriate.

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Take this quick 12-question quiz to find out how much you know about this trenchless rehabilitation method.


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Written by Krystal Nanan | Civil Engineer

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Krystal is a civil engineer and project manager with an MSc in Construction Engineering and Management. Her experience includes the project management of major infrastructure projects, construction supervision, and the design of various infrastructure elements including roadway, pavement, traffic safety elements and drainage.

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