NEWS & ARTICLES


CITY WATER LEAKS WASTING MILLIONS OF TAX DOLLARS

November 23, 2011

In a revolution that started more than a decade ago, some municipalities have been turning their water world on its head. Rather than only reacting once a pipe break is known, they're methodically trying to figure out just how healthy their aging pipes and systems are, and they're trying to find and fix leaks long before they turn into more significant problems.

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HI-TECH FIX FOR OTTAWA MAIN

November 1, 2011

Failure of a large-diameter water main in the Canadian capital resulted in the use of robotic inspection and monitoring systems.

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LOUISVILLE WATER COMPANY PUTS PIPEDIVER® LARGE-DIAMETER INSERTION AND EXTRACTION TUBES TO THE TEST

November 1, 2011

Louisville Water Company (LWC) needed an accurate condition assessment tool that didn’t require pipeline shutdown and lengthy cleanup. The utility turned to Pure to provide a solution.

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REHAB RUNNER UP

October 27, 2011

Pure wins runner up - rehab project of the year for the "Miami-Dade Large Diameter Pipeline Assessment & Rehab" project.

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PRESTRESSED PIPE DETERIORATION PROMPTS LARGE UTILITY TO SEEK EFFECTIVE, COST-EFFICIENT APPROACH

October 12, 2011

While North America faces the “pay now or pay later” challenges of rehabilitating aging underground pipe infrastructure, another issue — unrelated to age — is lurking beneath the surface.

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PURE TECHNOLOGIES TARGETS GCC'S LEAKY PIPE MARKET

October 4, 2011

Pure Technologies, the Canadian infrastructure monitoring technology developer, will use its suite of pipeline services as it looks to gain a foothold in the GCC market, the regional branch manager said on Tuesday.

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PIPELINE CONDITION ASSESSMENT

October 2, 2011

In order to develop a comprehensive condition assessment solution, the benefits and limitations of an NDT method must be carefully evaluated to ensure the tool or technique is providing the most applicable data. While the benefits and data outputs for NDT methods are well defined, each of these techniques have limitations of either their deployment methodology or data resolution/applicability provided.

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ADVANCEMENT OF CONDITION ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES FOR LARGE DIAMETER PIPELINES

October 1, 2011

Condition assessment of ageing pipelines is a continual challenge in South Africa and around the world. Owners of large diameter water and wastewater pipelines face particular difficulties due to several factors, including severe skills shortages, and financial, environmental, demand and access restrictions.

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LOUISVILLE WATER COMPANY HAS NEW TOOL TO SEARCH FOR WATER MAIN BREAKS

September 20, 2011

Two massive water main breaks this summer showed cracks in the Louisville Water Company's aging pipe system. Now it has a new tool designed to search out and prevent breaks. Leaders hope a new tool called a PipeDiver will solve some of the problems.

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PURE TECHNOLOGIES INTRODUCES ACOUSTIC FIBRE OPTIC MONITORING SYSTEM FOR BRIDGES

September 19, 2011

Pure announces the introduction of its next-generation SoundPrint® system for monitoring bridge cables and post-tensioning systems. The system, called SoundPrint Light, utilizes Pure’s patented acoustic fibre-optic monitoring technology for monitoring prestressed concrete pipelines, which was first introduced in 2005 and is now deployed in over 1,500 km of pipelines.

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