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Supplier: ASTM International
Description: under parking lots or roadways and subjected to vehicular loads on a regular basis. Given this application, it is logical to design these structures for loads specified in the AASHTO LRFD Specifications for Highway Bridges, which provide design procedures for thermoplastic culvert pipe for use underShow More
Supplier: CSA Group
Description: This Standard specifies material and fabrication requirements for corrugated steel pipe, spiral rib pipe, and structural plate corrugated steel pipe products. This Standard applies to the use of corrugated steel pipe, spiral rib pipe, and structural plate corrugated steel pipe for applicationsShow More
Technical Books - Design and Installation of Steel Water Pipe; AWWA Committee Report, Chapter 11 - Fittings and Appurtenances (PDF) -- JAW_0066854Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: , reaction at pipe elbows and dead ends, anchor rings, nozzle outlets, connection to cast-iron pipe, connection to screw joint pipe, flanged connections, air valves, pressure air-release valves, line valves, size of line valves, vaults, valve connections, manholes, culverts and casings for undercrossingsShow More
Description: It’s official! Snap-Tite® now meets the AASHTO standard M326. This is the ONLY standard for relining culverts. State Departments of Transportation, counties and municipalities are facing a critical problem, which has lead AASHTO (American Association of State Highway Transportation
- Application: Drainage
- Material: Polyethylene (PE, HDPE)
- English Size: 10", 12", 30", 34", Other Size <36", Other Size >36"
- Wall Thickness: 0.3310 to 1.94 inch
Supplier: Hard Dollar Corp.
Description: Infrastructure Industry Solution For Estimating and Takeoff Specialized functionality for infrastructure contractors and owners includes best in class tools for estimating and takeoff of trenches, haul, hauler, asphalt, pipe, grading, bridges, curb, excavation, mobilization, structural concreteShow More
Supplier: Deca Vibrator
Description: Maintenance/Long Life Portable (CR Series) or Permanent (DR Series) Mounting Systems Light Weight Heavy Duty Design (Hardened Steel Shaft, Rollers, & End Plates) Low Cost Applications Precast Forms Vibration Table Concrete Columns Concrete Pipe Ornamental Concrete Railcar UnloadingShow More
Supplier: PolyPipe, Inc.
Description: PolyPipe, pressure pipe by Dura-Line, is a high value piping material for a wide variety of applications within the municipal and industrial markets. It is manufactured using high performance PE4710 HDPE resin and is available in sizes ½" through 65". PolyPipe is suitable for a wide range
- Application: Other
- Material: Polyethylene (PE, HDPE)
- English Size: 2", 3", 4", 6", 8", 10", 12", 14", 16", 18", 20", 22", 24", 30", 32", 34", 36"
- Wall Thickness: 0.2160 to 4 inch
Supplier: CerCo, LLC
Description: No Description Provided
- Form: Liner / Lining System, Tile / Sectional
- Function & Thickness: Abrasion / Sliding Wear, Corrosion, Erosion
- Thickness: 0.2500 inch
- Industry & Application: Chemical Process, Construction (e.g., Culverts, etc.), Environmental (Stacks / Landfills), Power Generation, Pulp & Paper, Material Handling, Mining, Oil & Gas / Petrochem, Steel / Metal Mills
Supplier: Polycorp Ltd.
Description: Polycorp's Red Rubber cured sheeting is compounded from more than 95% natural rubber that exhibits outstanding resilience, strength and resistance to cutting, tearing and abrasion. Drawing from our experience with Grinding Mill Liners and other highly abrasive applications materials, Polycorp has
- Form: Liner / Lining System, Membrane
- Function & Thickness: Abrasion / Sliding Wear, Sound Attenuation, Static Discharge / ESD, Specialty / Other
- Thickness: 0.1250 to 0.5000 inch
- Industry & Application: Chemical Process, Construction (e.g., Culverts, etc.), Environmental (Stacks / Landfills), Material Handling, Mining, Water / Wastewater
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Polyguard Products, Inc.
IRO Impact Resistand Outer Wrap
IRO can be used in may instances, the most common is over corrosion coatings when pulling a pipe through a bore or road crossing culvert. It can also be used over jacketing on piping systems in areas where pipes commonly get walked on or crawled over crossing a roof. For un-insulated lines which RG-2400 is installed, a paintable hard surface may be desired. Install RG-2400, install GeoWrap, then install IRO over the surface, activate, and let harden. The IRO can then be painted to match any... (read more)
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Case Study: Alaska Airport Relines Culvert Under Taxiway (.pdf)
Snap-Tite culvert lining pipe.
Arizona Culvert Relined with Snap-Tite, Local Environment Protected (.pdf)
Pipe cacti in the reserve. The state chose to use 14-inch HDPE Snap-Tite pipe to reline the existing damaged culvert.
Case Study: The Union Pacific Railroad Chooses No-Dig Solution to Reline Old Culvert (.pdf)
in Athens, Texas. J. David Bateman from Union Pacific's bridge department worked with Snap-Tite Representative Trevor Cone to find a solution for the deteriorating CMP. The pipe chosen to line the corroded culvert was a 63-inch OD high-density polyethylene (HDPE) Snap-Tite pipe. The railroad chose to use
Case History: Rehabilitation of Failed Corrugated Metal Pipe - Bartow, WV (.pdf)
West Virginia DOT considered replacing deteriorated corrugated metal culverts. Many of these structures have reached the end of their useful life. This case history presents an existing application where a deteriorated metal pipe was rehabilitated using Snap-Tite (R) pipe for slip lining. Bartow
ISCO Comes Through With Weholite Product for Bay County Concrete Pipe Replacement (.pdf)
the pipe, officials there. began to consider more economical, less disruptive options, They contacted St. Regis Culvert, the Snap- Tite (R) Culvert Liner Representative for ISCO Industries.
Case History: Rehabilitation of Failed Corrugated Metal Spillway Pipe - Huntington, WV (.pdf)
Most of the existing corrugated metal pipe (CMP) installed as culverts under our highways are reaching the end of their working life. There is an emerging widespread need to address this problem in an economical way that minimizes traffic disruption. Huntington, WV had a deteriorated CMP culvert