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    A specifier's guide to the most common steel and rubber gasketed joints.

  • Protect catch basin outlet pipes

    Structure prevents debris from directly exiting the outlet pipe, increasing flow length and setting time while reducing pollutant discharge.

  • Fast-drying steel water pipe coatings

    Combining the hydrophobic properties of epoxy with the durability of urethane, these four coatings exceed the minimum requirements of AWWA C222-08 (Polyurethane Coatings for the Interior and Exterior of Steel Water Pipe and Fittings).

  • Water supply project finishes $147 million under budget

    Value engineering three major components – treatment, pipeline, and pumping – wrings inefficiencies from water project and holds the line on future rate increases.

  • Efficient pipe placement

    Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) trimmed costs when installing 50 miles of steel pipeline by implementing a time-saving, joint-sealing method.

  • Sewer pipeline rehabilitation case studies

    Updated website showcases real-life municipal experience with cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) for wastewater and stormwater system rehabilitation.

  • Valve ends sewer backflow problems

    Lasso Technik's new Stop Silent Light Check Valve is designed to not only prevents sewer backflow into buildings, but also block animal infestation into the pipe system.

  • Pipe-tapping teams beat the clock (video)

    Every year, winning men and women's teams from American Water Works Association state chapters travel to the association's annual conference to see who can tap into a cement-lined ductile iron pipe the fastest. Here are the latest additions to the Pipe Tapping Hall of Fame.

  • Watertight pipe connector

    "Dynamic deflection" enables this coupler to absorb a wide variety of fluctuating stresses, providing a durable and watertight connection.

  • ServiceGuard pipe for water service line leaks and failures

    Water utilities combat leaks with a flexible but durable pipe that’s installed via trenchless technologies.