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Machine developments, process-engineering, pipe design and materials requirements - Polyethylene pipes for trenchless installation methods

Traditional open-trench pipe laying disturbes the traffic and aggrevates the people living close to the site, moreover the street construction design is damaged substantially.

by Thorsten Späth, Joachim Hessel, Dipl.-Ing. Meinolf Rameil, Ralf Kotzur

These reasons contributed to an increasing accepantance of trenchless technologies in pipe laying and pipe rehabilitation. Most importantly, there is a lot of money and time to be saved. In trenchless pipe laying Polyethylene (PE) pipes are often used since they can be welded axially forced-locking and their high flexiblity makes it possible to realize the work using only very small access pits.

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published: Vulkan-Verlag GmbH, 3R 4-5 / 2004 (April 2004), 4|2004
Keywords: Bulky Waste, Construction, Material Flow Management
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