Using the platform of The Utility Expo, HammerHead Trenchless — a leading no-dig industry educator and provider of the market’s widest array of minimally invasive pipe solutions — to unveil its newest nugget for the industry: its Rehabilitation & Replacement (R&R) Division.
According to a HammerHead Trenchless press release, the challenges facing its water, wastewater and gas market customers have required an ever-increasing focus on improving pipe rehabilitation and replacement techniques.
Since 1989, you’ve known HammerHead Trenchless as a leading no-dig industry educator and provider of the market’s widest array of minimally invasive pipe solutions.
Over the past few years, challenges facing its water, wastewater and gas market customers have required an ever-increasing focus on improving pipe rehabilitation and replacement techniques. Today, HammerHead now leads the newly formed R&R division within Toro, its parent company.
Managing Director of the new R&R division Jeff Gabrielse said, “Rehabilitation and replacement of underground utility infrastructure is one of the most important focuses in the life cycle of the pipe,” said R&R division managing director Jeff Gabrielse.
Allowing HammerHead Trenchless to operate within the R&R division, he explained, increases manufacturing efficiencies that enable HammerHead to continually improve design and manufacture of no-dig solutions for the ever-growing market, as well as to provide industry-leading education for the market’s contractors, project design teams and project owners.
At the 2021 Utility Expo, HammerHead Trenchless is conducting live demonstrations of underground solutions for the gas utility market. Expo attendees will be among the first to see three newly launched machines:
- HB100XTR for pipe bursting operations
- HG550 for pipe slitting
- SLX1300 for pipe extraction
In addition, several sewer and water R&R solutions are also being showcased, such as the compact, manually portable PB30G2 lateral pipe bursting system and innovative Bluelight CIPP lining system.