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Sept 30, 2014

Two Cities in North Texas Join Forces to Assess Critical Water Main Comprised of Bar-Wrapped and Prestressed Pipe

In order to ensure that residents receive consistent water supply, the City of Irving and a partnering agency teamed up to assess the critical 48-inch Jamison Main that links the two utilities. The transmission main was constructed in 1955 and is made up primarily of Bar-Wrapped Concrete Cylinder Pipe (BWP).

August 14, 2014

Tampa Bay Water Completes Assessment of Critical PCCP Pipeline

To proactively address its large-diameter Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe (PCCP) for deterioration, Tampa Bay Water (TBW) completed a leak and gas pocket survey and electromagnetic (EM) condition assessment of the South-Central Hillsborough Regional Wellfield Transmission Main. The results of the assessment were verified in 2014 to determine the remaining useful life of the pipeline.

August 7, 2014

Louisville Water Company Assesses Condition of Critical Cast Iron Transmission Main

After three major failures on one of its oldest – and most critical – 48-inch cast iron water mains since 2011, Louisville Water Company assessed the condition of the pipeline using advanced inline technology.

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Pipeline Management Solutions

At Pure Technologies, we partner with utilities to help them understand the current condition of their pipes so they can make more informed repair, replacement and rehabilitation decisions.

Louisville Water - Cast-iron Transmission Main Inspection Along Eastern Parkway

Louisville Water completes its first inspection of a cast-iron transmission main while it's filled with water and in service.

Consideration of Internal Visual & Sounding of PCCP in Conjunction with Electromagnetic Inspection

Visual and sounding inspections are a reliable method of detecting pipes in an advanced state of distress. Electromagnetic testing provides the best condition assessment data for large diameter concrete pressure pipelines. When combined, these methods provide a broader picture to the overall condition of buried pipeline infrastructure.

Lake Huron Primary Water Supply System Condition Assessment Project - October 2012

Pure Technologies and LHPWSS completed a 47-km (29 miles) inspection a 1200-mm (48-inch) water transmission main using SmartBall® and PipeDiver®.

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