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When people look at federal appropriations for construction or maintenance projects they don’t understand, they begin to question the necessity of those projects. The case for this blog is one of converting open irrigation channels into piped irrigation lines. If you live in the eastern half of the country, where water is much more readily

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Trenchless Rehabilitation Solutions Continuing to address some of the recently asked questions regarding reline, I wanted to respond to a few other questions that may warrant a little more time and attention. I hope these responses prove helpful and aid in your next reline/rehabilitation project opportunity. Should you have any other questions on

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A Response to Frequently Asked Reline Grouting QuestionsDuring our recently held national reline webinar, we received several questions around grout. The Pipe Blog offers an excellent platform to address some of these questions. Here are just a few received. How far along the pipe length can the grout be pumped? The answer depends on the grout

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When I was young, my parents would mention that they remembered where they were when they first heard President Kennedy had been shot. They even had old newspapers which covered the assassination stashed away. While I understood this saying to signify a terrible event in US history, I could never fully understand the gambit of emotions that they

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One of the largest concerns municipalities have when sliplining an existing pipe structure is if the liner pipe will fit inside the host pipe. There are a myriad of potential host pipe problems which determine liner pipe clearance: misaligned joints, out of roundness, protruding laterals, long radius curves, elbows, or pipeline breaks/deflections.

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