Amarillo Project Attests To Renewed Interest In Swagelining

July 2011
Underground Construction;Jul2011, Vol. 66 Issue 7, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a project for renewing 2,100 feet of pipeline using the Swagelining technology with high density polyethelene (HDPE) plastic pipe in the city of Amarillo, Texas. It notes that the swagelining method was developed to address the problem of failing pipeline systems. The use of a Grundoburst 1250G static pipe bursting unit from TT Technologies Inc. is discussed.


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