Pipe Inspection


Asbestos Cement Pipe Rehabilitation: How To Avoid Catastrophic Failure Asbestos Cement Pipe Rehabilitation: How To Avoid Catastrophic Failure Asbestos Cement Pipe Rehabilitation: How To Avoid Catastrophic Failure Asbestos Cement Pipe Rehabilitation: How To Avoid Catastrophic Failure


Waiting too long to rehabilitate cement piping can lead to an increased risk of contamination of potable water and increased cost of...

Bypass Pumping: Its Importance to a Successful Operation Bypass Pumping: Its Importance to a Successful Operation Bypass Pumping: Its Importance to a Successful Operation Bypass Pumping: Its Importance to a Successful Operation


For trenchless pipeline rehabilitation to be executed safely and effectively, the pipeline must be taken out of service for the duration of...

3 Money Saving Attributes of Spiral Wound Pipe Rehabilitation 3 Money Saving Attributes of Spiral Wound Pipe Rehabilitation 3 Money Saving Attributes of Spiral Wound Pipe Rehabilitation 3 Money Saving Attributes of Spiral Wound Pipe Rehabilitation


Considering Spiral Wound Lining as a trenchless rehabilitation method for your next project? You should. Here are three beneficial ways...

Emerging Trenchless Rehabilitation Technologies: Kevlar Reinforced Composite Lining Systems Emerging Trenchless Rehabilitation Technologies: Kevlar Reinforced Composite Lining Systems Emerging Trenchless Rehabilitation Technologies: Kevlar Reinforced Composite Lining Systems Emerging Trenchless Rehabilitation Technologies: Kevlar Reinforced Composite Lining Systems


The desirable properties of Kevlar make it ideal for lining systems. This liner’s corrosion, heat, and chemical resistance, as well as its...

QUIZ: Corrosion and Protection of Underground Pipelines QUIZ: Corrosion and Protection of Underground Pipelines QUIZ: Corrosion and Protection of Underground Pipelines QUIZ: Corrosion and Protection of Underground Pipelines


In this quiz, we will test your knowledge on the various types of trenchless detection, rehabilitation, and protection methods typically...

Pipe Inspection: Where It Goes Wrong (and How It SHOULD Be Done) Pipe Inspection: Where It Goes Wrong (and How It SHOULD Be Done) Pipe Inspection: Where It Goes Wrong (and How It SHOULD Be Done) Pipe Inspection: Where It Goes Wrong (and How It SHOULD Be Done)


Being in a hurry is the leading cause of pipe inspection issues. With more advanced equipment, those issues can be eliminated before they...

Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project Spiral-Wound Pipe Liners: Why You Should Consider These for Your Next Trenchless Rehabilitation Project


Learn why contractors are realizing the constructability and environmental advantages of using spiral-wound liners and are now including...

The Harmful Effects of Tree Root Infiltration on Potable Water Piping The Harmful Effects of Tree Root Infiltration on Potable Water Piping The Harmful Effects of Tree Root Infiltration on Potable Water Piping The Harmful Effects of Tree Root Infiltration on Potable Water Piping


Tree root infiltration can be a nightmare for many private and commercial property owners because they're difficult to detect and can also...

Corrosion Mechanisms of Buried Pipes Corrosion Mechanisms of Buried Pipes Corrosion Mechanisms of Buried Pipes Corrosion Mechanisms of Buried Pipes


Metal pipes are subject to corrosion irrespective of their environment, unless they are protected. Corrosion primarily weakens a pipeline...

The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes The Lifespan of Steel, Clay, Plastic & Composite Pipes


The commonly used pipe materials are high-density polyethylene (HDPE), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), reinforced concrete, steel, and vitrified...

A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure A Look at CIPP and Aging Drinking Water Infrastructure


Cured-in-place pipe, better known as CIPP, is essentially a pipe within a pipe that costs between $60 and $200 per-foot for water...

4 Common Reasons for Trenchless Rehabilitation In Your Neighborhood 4 Common Reasons for Trenchless Rehabilitation In Your Neighborhood 4 Common Reasons for Trenchless Rehabilitation In Your Neighborhood 4 Common Reasons for Trenchless Rehabilitation In Your Neighborhood


Sewer rehabilitation, water line replacements, fiber optic installation and gas line repair are among the common reasons for trenchless...

The Science of Getting it Right: Locating Underground Utilities The Science of Getting it Right: Locating Underground Utilities The Science of Getting it Right: Locating Underground Utilities The Science of Getting it Right: Locating Underground Utilities


This article takes an in-depth look at the advancements in science and technology that allow for the detection of subsurface elements....

An Introduction to Pipe Bursting An Introduction to Pipe Bursting An Introduction to Pipe Bursting An Introduction to Pipe Bursting


Learn how pipe bursting works, why it’s the best way to efficiently replace damaged or leaking pipes, and why it’s the cost effective...

An Overview of Robotic Pipe Repair An Overview of Robotic Pipe Repair An Overview of Robotic Pipe Repair An Overview of Robotic Pipe Repair


Robotic pipe repair is an essential part of oil companies’ pipeline maintenance. The technology, known as smart or intelligent pigs,...