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There are a whole lot of different types of pipes and pipe joints used in the civil engineering industry.  This blog will focus on those associated with sanitary sewer, storm sewer and drainage applications.  What are the different ratings?  How are they defined?  How are they quantified or tested?  All good questions.  I will be referencing mostly

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During a recent Contech reline webinar and following question and answer session, I realized there were several great questions asked about Reline Grouting. It made sense for me to address some of those here, hoping the responses provided might prove helpful to an extended audience. Hopefully, you agree!   WHAT TYPE OF GROUT IS RECOMMENDED AND IS

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Pipe stiffness is likely the most commonly referenced and least understood performance parameter in the pipe industry.When most people think of pipes or try to describe pipes, they first describe it by the material it’s manufactured with (i.e. concrete, HDPE, steel, PVC, etc.).  They may also describe it by some physical attributes such as by it’s

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 WHICH VEHICLE IS OF GREATER CONCERN TO THE INSTALLED PIPE? A highway truck weighing 72,000 lbs or a heavy-duty modular trailer weighing 600,000 lbs? If you guessed the highway truck, then you are correct. In this particular case, the reason is the increased number of axles and the contact area that the load is distributed upon. Due to the 600,000

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They all convey water from point A to point B, they all have a level of structural capacity, and they all can be buried.  So, all pipes must be equal, right?  It would be nice to say yes, but that is simply not the case.  Often times many different types of pipe materials can be used for the same application, however, that doesn’t mean that it is

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