Trenchless technology often referred to as “no dig”. That’s because it eliminates the need to dig up an entire road, minimizes environmental damage and costs associated with underground work. Trenchless technology provides cost-effective sewer asset management.
CCTV inspection is a robotic capability that provides a high resolution view inside of the sewer. This means the high risks associated with having to go inside of the sewer are alleviated.
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Reasons for trenchless technology:
- It eliminates the problems associated with digging in a populated area
- It is cost-effective. In many cases the cost of trenchless technology is less than just the open cut digging cost because of less manual labour, fewer technicians required, no large equipment and less time needed to complete rehabilitation
- CCTV allows you to see if and where there are problems in your pipe’s structure, and if and what action needs to be taken
- Pipe lining, also known as "cured-in-place pipe," is done using a flexible tube coated with resin that is blown or pulled into the damaged pipe and inflated. The resin then hardens, creating a pipe within a pipe. Pipe diameters from 75mm to 2500mm can be rehabilitated in less than one day