Pressure Pipe Rehabilitation Using FFRP

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Failing pipes that are under constant pressure can be rehabilitated with an innovative, proven trenchless technology that utilizes a high-strength, aramid fiber-constructed tube. This flexible tube that is made of polyethylene and Kevlar can negotiate 45- and 90-degree bends and has been installed in 6-inch through 24-inch pipes in lengths of 50 feet to 9,000 feet in one pull. Pressure pipes that are being renewed with this economical technology transfer potable water, processed water, and even sewage. 

Topics to be covered

-The FFRP System

-Benefits of Designing with FFRP     instead of Structural Systems

-Installation Considerations

-Case Study

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Meet your presenter:
Rick Gage

-Senior Business Development Manager   for Aegion/MTC

-Over 15 years in Trenchless Technology

-MSTT Board Member

-Member of ASTM

-Member of NASTT

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