[Concrete construction & repair]
FROM "TESTS SUPPORT ADMIXTURE FOR ALL CONCRETE ASSESTS"
A nontoxic agent thwarts microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC) in new head works, clarifiers, and treatment plant pipes as well as rehabilitation.
ASTM International K26451: New Practice for Installing a Centrifugally Cast Concrete Pipe Liner inside Storm and Sanitary Sewer Pipes.
April 2009 analysis of Conshield/ConmicShield by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) on behalf of the Indianapolis Department of Public Works.
Preventing sewer corrosion: an excellent overview of what causes microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC), how it damages concrete, and early test results of Conshield/ConmicShield from ConShield Technology Inc.
Manholes take center stage in Chicago: $60 million project under way using advanced mortar for rehab work
Right in the mix: A Florida department uses an antibacterial concrete additive in an effort to head off microbiological corrosion in a major treatment plant upgrade
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's experience with Conshield/ ConmicShield: "Anti-microbial additive helps concrete survive in sewer project"
Manhole rehab in Virginia: City of Hampton takes a big bite out of its I&I problems
Regarding Westlake, Ohio's project: New technology saves a sewer interceptor - and $1.5 million!
From the 2010 Toronto Trenchless Road Show: "Long-term microbiological-induced corrosion (MIC) protection for concrete sewerage systems"
FROM "WELCOME TO THE NEW NORMAL"
Paying more for fewer benefits is business as usual in this economy.
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