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Resistivity has to be one of my top ten favorite words used in the engineering community, and today I would like to dive a little deeper into how important this factor is in the longevity and durability of a pipe’s life cycle – hence the reciprocity or  “give back” of resistivity.I was thinking about the questions I often have to field with regard

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After WWII and the Korean War there was an explosion of residential and commercial building along with sanitary sewer across our country.  With all the new building construction, there was a desire to find a more reliable sanitary sewer product than Vitrified Clay Pipe and Reinforced Concrete Pipe.  

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The focus on environmental issues and “green construction” techniques is readily apparent in today’s construction marketplace. The U.S. Green Building Council and their Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System for New Construction program places the emphasis on use of environmentally friendly construction

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In the world of construction products, there are always discussions between engineers, contractors or other industry parties about the strength of different products.  To many people, products that don’t deflect under load are the strongest.  We think of reinforced concrete walls or heavy steel beams when we’re asked to list construction elements

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When we set out to write a specification for a flexible pipe system it is important to remember that flexible pipes are composites of both the pipe and the compacted backfill around the pipe. Most specifiers do a very good job of specifying the pipe itself. They use AASHTO, ASTM, DOT, County, or Municipal specification sections or numbers to call

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