Sunday, December 5, 2021

Drainage acquisition cements expertise in managing underground assets

Environmental and energy infrastructure specialist Adler and Allan has acquired drainage expert Jet Aire Services, it was announced on 8 November. Jet Aire Services is...

Innovation day highlights leakage best practice

Some of the latest technology available in the battle against leakage was on display at an innovation day held at the UK headquarters of...

Firm warns of increased microbial-influenced corrosion with IMO 2020-compliant fuels

Microbial monitoring specialist LuminUltra has highlighted concerns over the quality of some compliant fuels as the shipping industry gears up towards meeting the International...

Case study: London sewer rehab

The Loddon Sewer Rehabilitation scheme was designed to enable the repair of a main that had experienced multiple bursts
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Sponsored content: Corrosion and sealing online portal

Winn & Coales (Denso) Ltd, specialist manufacturers of corrosion prevention and sealing products, recently announced the launch of their newly updated website – Denso.net – with new product pages, a new Surface Preparation Guide and many more exciting new features.
Envirotec Sept/Oct 21

Access point advice

There are benefits to using inspection chambers to access drains and sewers for cleaning, testing, inspection and maintenance, says the BPF Pipes Group in lieu of releasing a new guide on the topic.

New hold/release cleaning system for sewer pipelines

Engineering design firm Reece Innovation offers some background on its new 'Flusher Gate', which promises to make sewer pipes self-cleaning. Ever since pipelines began to...

Tata Steel introduces technology to prevent pipe blockages

A Cardiff-based biosciences research company has developed a so-called "eco-benign" solution that it says will prevent blockages in the Tata steelworks’ pipe system, saving...

New chemical-resistant flexible couplings

VIP-Polymers has launched a new chemical resistant flexible coupling under its VIPSeal® brand

Culvert relining without tears?

Structural renovation lining works have been delivered to thirteen sections of culvert in Leverington, Cambridgeshire, with seemingly minimal disruption

Light curing saves time and hassle

PBF Drainage Services has become a UK distributor for the Danish pipe lining system Bluelight which uses LED light to cure liners during installation .

Lead pipe coating work carried out with the help of a temporary water supply...

In an apparent first for the water industry, Aquam’s Overland Supply Vehicle and Manifold has been used to supply water to customers while the...

Multi-liner pipe project success

A multi-disciplinary team of drainage engineers from Lanes Group plc has completed the lining of a drainage pipe nearly 1-km long on behalf of a contractor working for Scottish Water

TV documentary performs fatberg autopsy under London’s streets

A Channel 4 fatberg documentary featuring Thames Water is being aired on Tuesday 24 April. Fatberg Autopsy: Secret of the Sewers will - in Channel...

Clearing tarmac and concrete

Sewer and pipe renovation specialist CJ Kelly International recently assisted with a pipe cleaning project undertaken by drainage contractor Fastflow Drains

Guide aims to demystify drain and sewer lining

A new technical guide from drainage specialist Lanes Group aims to explain best practice in the use of no-dig sewer and drain lining .

Class action: The benefits of rigid pipeline systems

The bedding Class specified for buried pipes can vary depending on a number of factors including the material and type of pipe installed....
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Inspecting pipelines with OGI

FLIR Systems has published a new application spotlight that highlights the role its Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras are playing in detecting gas leaks

Southern Water trials SmartBall leak detection technology

Southern Water is testing a SmartBall device which can detect weakened pipes before they burst.

Penstock flow control in world’s first ‘electric town’ uses variable speed actuation

The small Scottish town of Kinlochleven has an extraordinary claim to fame as the first place in the world in which every home was...