Sunday, October 17, 2021

New performance benchmark for detonation flame arresters, says supplier

Elmac Technologies has developed the UCA Series of unstable detonation arresters, said to offer better pressure drop and flow performance than any equivalent stable...

Bat technology sounds out sewer problems

Lanes Group says it has become the first wastewater network contractor in the UK to commercially deploy pipe inspection technology that uses sound to...

Notes from the trenchless…

Wessex Water discusses the use of trenchless technology in a number of recent projects in the wastewater sector. It was not so many years...

New technology for oil and gas pipeline inspection

Oil and gas pipeline installations are coming under growing scrutiny from industry regulators. Hugh Davies of pipe inspection specialist OMS discusses how new technology...

Pipe rehabilitation at soft drinks plant

Drainage industry service provider Dalrod has tackled an unusual pipe rehabilitation project at the manufacturing plant of a major soft drinks manufacturer. It presented...

Plastic pipework scores points for biogas CHP plant

One of the UK's first RHI-funded biogas plants is optimising its energy efficiency by installing a pipe network that benefits from low thermal conductivity. Strathendrick...
The SeeSnake range is for inspecting small to medium diameter pipelines.

CCTV inspection for small spaces

INSPECTION using CCTV equipment has become the norm when it comes to understanding the state of repair and the operational condition of most pipeline...
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Enhanced flow flame arresters

PREVENTING the propagation of pipeline explosions requires the use of flame arresters. Important improvements in this technology are claimed for a new range of...
The A899 road bridge, where runoff drains into the River Almond

Absorbing hydrocarbons from runoff

IN February 2012, West Lothian Council decided to trial the Smart Sponge® Ultra Urban Filters at the downpipes for the A899 Road Bridge, a...
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Patch lining succeeds where stopper’s come up short

LANES Group has used a no-dig patch lining technique to support the decommissioning of drainage pipes on a production site of leading global manufacturer...
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Pipeline industries have vital know-how for CO2 transport

THE deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the UK will benefit hugely from the knowledge and expertise amassed by the pipeline and...
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Repairing a big pipe

A rapid setting repair mortar manufactured by Flexcrete Technologies has been used during the repair and protection of an aqueduct which carries 570 million...
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Swift pipe re-lining avoids disruption

ANGLIAN Water has succeeded in carrying out emergency maintenance on a water pipe running underneath a busy road using a pipe renewal liner material...
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A boost for no-dig pipe rehabilitation

LANES Group engineers have used one of their newest no-dig pipe rehabilitation technologies to reline the entire storm water drainage system at an aerospace...
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Piezoelectric system pinpoints pipe leaks

THE identification and tracing of leaks in smaller pipes could become a faster, more accurate and cost effective process thanks to a solution developed...
Peavehaven plant

Precision pipework assists wastewater treatment revamp

SOUTHERN Water has completed a £300 million environmental improvement scheme that includes building a new wastewater treatment works for the catchment area of Brighton...
pipe stoppers

Light and flexible product fills an important gap

MARIS Pumps will be the first company in the UK to stock the new range of inflatable pipe stoppers and bypass bags from international...
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Flanges support savings in M4 pipeline

MORE than 19km of GPS PE Pipe’s blue polyethylene pipe has been successfully installed in West Berkshire as part of Optimise’s £10 million project...

On the right lines

MORE than 36km of PE piping has been supplied for the refurbishment of a 130-year-old large diameter trunk main as part of United Utilities...
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