»The product = new sewers after the complete rehabilitation with the use of the static method. Its specifics and lifespan depends on the selected pipes.«
Rehabilitation of pipelines using “Pipe bursting” technology
One innovation in our company is rehabilitation of sewers and water mains by drawing new pipes.
We all know that the classic renovation of pipelines is protracted and inconvenient, particularly if renovation must be carried out alongside or beneath roads, thus blocking traffic flows for extended periods. At the same time, it has become essential for traffic to flow smoothly. Using our work methods, these problems disappear, since implementation takes less time and requires a smaller work area.
We are therefore offering an alternative comprising consulting, planning and help in finding the most profitable solution. The solution must ensure rapid and economic implementation with minimum environmental impact and maximum quality of work. The technology presented has been used for some time in Western Europe, while we introduced it to Slovenia with great success. Existing, demolished or outdated lines are replaced with quality polyethylene, polypropylene or other pipes, in which all necessary connections can be made. In reconstructing sewers, it is possible to replace only the pipes, with the shafts remaining undamaged. During implementation, pipes may be replaced with pipes of smaller, equal or greater diameters.
The method is intended to replace old, outdated water mains, gas or sewage pipes. It is a static method. Implementation requires minimal construction pits at the entrance and exit points. Implementation of pipeline renovation is very economic and fast. We can install new polyethylene, metal, polypropylene, polyester and ductile pipes. The method does not produce vibrations or noise during implementation.
- all types of pipe (concrete, iron, plastic, polyethylene, ductile, polyester),
- pull in new pipes of smaller, equal or larger diameter,
- diameter from f 40 mm to 1200 mm
- lengths up to 500 m in one piece
- installation of new pipes without construction pit