Reducing Corrosion, Costs and Extending the Life Cycle of a Pipe
Trenchless is the future of pipe installation and repair, and FRP is the new generation of material used to replace pipes put in the ground when baby boomers were in diapers.
Find out why more engineers are specifying FRP and how its reducing corrosion, costs and has a longer life cycle.
We'll show you recent case studies, and you'll learn how others have used FRP in trenchless applications. See what makes FLOWTITE unique, and get your questions answered in real time during our live Q&A.
Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) is a tried and true method for rehabilitating potable water, wastewater and gas pipelines. With no or limited excavation, engineered liners are inserted into host pipes creating a new pipe within an existing pipe. The liners are usually made from a polyester felt fabric and impregnated with polymer resin which is cured to fit tightly to the host pipe. Robotics are commonly used to clear laterals.
This webinar will focus on the following CIPP topics:
NASTT's complimentary webinar series is modeled to bring you professional instruction from leading experts in the field of trenchless technology. The content of all NASTT training is peer-reviewed, consensus-based information and free of commercialism. Designed to share the many benefits of trenchless technology, NASTT's complimentary webinar series welcomes industry newcomers and seasoned veterans alike.
Industry experts from the NASTT membership will be presenting this complimentary webinar: Chris Macey, AECOM and Kaleel Rahaim, Interplastic Corporation
Moderator: Derek Potvin, Robinson Consultants Inc.
Engineering Effective I&I Reduction: Stopping Leakage Using CIPP & Grouting
The single biggest sewer challenge facing engineers and municipalities is I&I. Current practices are installed in ways that promote structural repair and do not effectively reduce infiltration or exfiltration. The two most pervasive methods for I&I reduction projects are grouting and lining. The expert panel will explore where, when and how to employ these technologies to effectively remove leakage for the long term.
ENGINEER'S DECISION MATRIX:
Assess when to grout and when to line
GAIN NEW INSIGHT AND TAKEAWAYS:
How to sustain the collection system
This Live Learning Event is hosted by James Rush, Editor of Trenchless Technology magazine and promises to be interactive and informative...a must attend for the trenchless community.
NASTT’s Carbon Calculator
In order to promote trenchless technology as a green alternative, NASTT collaborated with a consortium of North American gas and electric utilities to develop a Carbon Calculator. This calibrated comparison tool allows users to input real project data and compare outcomes between traditional open cut construction and trenchless applications. NASTT's Carbon Calculator is a complementary benefit for all NASTT members.
During this webinar you will learn:
Presenter: Hitesh Patadia, GasOps iQ
Moderator: Mike Willmets, NASTT
I & I Mitigation: Rehabilitation of Sewer Laterals and Sealing Their Connection to the Main
LMK Technologies, located in Ottawa, Illinois is recognized by municipalities and consulting engineers as a high quality innovator of trenchless renewal systems for sewer laterals, mainlines and manholes. LMK has an extensive world-wide patent library relating to trenchless pipe renewal technologies.
Space is limited so register today!
Cartridge Style PVC Restrained Joints: Efficiency, Performance and Sustainability
The benefits of trenchless technology are well understood by all in our industry – more cost-effective, and less disruptive to streets, driveways, and landscaping. However, what’s less clear to many engineers and city officials faced with a wide selection of materials and processes is the impact material selection has on system performance, risk, installation requirements and the environment. This seminar will present the engineering considerations involved in selecting PVC pipe for water/sewer trenchless installation projects, focusing on “cartridge-style” assembly considerations, structural and flow performance, pressure-handling capacity, and compatibility with existing systems. Design and key decision criteria will also be presented to assist in defining what type of thermoplastic pipe is best suited for a particular trenchless application. There will be two case studies, one water distribution and one gravity sewer, to review the design, financial, installation, and operational considerations to meet owner/municipality requirements. We will discuss the three primary cartridge style joining methods: Restrained Joint Integral Bell, Coupled Pipe, and Flush Joint PVC pipe.
Sewer Laterals are service pipes that connect buildings to sewer mainlines. Laterals convey sanitary sewage, but often extraneous storm water also. The November 7 webinar will focus on the following sewer lateral topics:
Industry experts from the NASTT membership will be presenting this complimentary we binar on November 7:
Dr. Jason Lueke, Associated Engineering
NASTT's complimentary webinar series is modeled to bring you professional instruction from leading experts in the field of trenchless technology. The content of all NASTT training is peer-reviewed, consensus-based information and free of commercialism. Design to share the many benefits of trenchless technology, NASTT's complimentary webinar series welcomes industry newcomers and seasoned veterans alike.
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