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Resistance: A Sewer Crawler's Greatest Enemy
Minimizing the resistance a sewer inspection crawler faces in a pipe can extend inspection distance, keep cost-of-ownership low and maximize service life. In a new blog post, learn about the biggest sources of resistance, and discover design features of a crawler that can limit that resistance.
White Paper: The Benefits of PACP
Our nation’s sewer infrastructure is deteriorating faster than we can repair it, and winning the fight means inspecting smarter. Developed by NASSCO, The Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) provides a framework for capturing detailed, shareable inspection data. This white paper presents five specific ways municipalities benefit from PACP.
Preventative Maintenance Done Right: Raleigh, NC
A preventative maintenance program for sewer inspection equipment is the first step a municipality can take to boost uptime and equipment longevity. In this article, Raleigh, NC's Department of Transportation Stormwater Maintenance Unit lays out what makes their preventative maintenance program so successful.
Quick-Lock Sewer Point Repair
Designed to trenchlessly repair localized sewer defects, Quick-Lock restores structural integrity with heavy-gauge 316L stainless steel and provides infiltration abatement with an EPDM rubber gasket. It solves:
The Financial Impact of I/I.
Inflow and infiltration (I/I) costs the state of Tennessee an estimated $188 million annually. In addition to the cost of processing this water, I/I can cause discharges which result in penalties from the EPA. Find out the cost of I/I for your collection system.
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