Webinars

Manhole Rehabilitation Pays Dividends for Decades

Madewell

Wed, Mar 18, 2020 2:00 PM EDT

Beyond I&I reduction, the cause for Manhole Rehabilitation is clear: restore structural integrity, provide corrosion protection, and reduce flow to the WWTP for increased capacity and decreased cost. Understand the engineer’s role in assessment, specification, and onsite inspection. Know the contractor’s role—execution is everything. Hear testimony of municipal stakeholders on ROI and long-term performance. If you’re part of a team that cares about the collection system, Dividends for Decades is 60 minutes well invested. Learn well from a team of experts at Commonwealth Engineers, Culy Contracting, and Madewell Products.

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Archived Trenchless Technology Webinars

What is Measured, Improves: Maximizing Infiltration Reduction and Rehabilitation Effectiveness

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Locating and reducing inflow/infiltration (I/I) is a common challenge facing wastewater collection systems, yet effective identification of infiltration has been nearly impossible using Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV), Smoke Testing, and Dye Flood Testing results.

Too often Agencies only learn that I/I flow reduction goals were missed after multi-year flow monitoring results; citing ineffective prioritization, poor contractor performance, and inability to reliability certify repairs as watertight, especially after service restoration.

Today, Agencies are adopting machine-intelligent Focused Electrode Leak Location (FELL), in accordance with ASTM F2550, to identify I/I and test rehabilitation as watertight. Unbiased and automated inspection results are replacing legacy ambiguous and subjective testing to (1) prioritize pipes with the highest infiltration, (2) test the watertightness of repairs & that rehabilitation meets contract requirements, and (3) compare before and after leakage results to get ‘same day’ estimated percent reductions in flow.

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Lateral Lining: How to Get More for Less

Andrew Boer of Trelleborg Pipe Seals will discuss the benefits of a comprehensive Inflow & Infiltration Approach with an emphasis on lateral lining. Trelleborg has been the global leader in providing watertight solutions for our nation’s infrastructure for over forty years.

Join us to learn how Trelleborg’s experience and innovation can help you get the maximum impact from your I&I reduction budget.

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Sewer Rehabilitation Design

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This webinar will be reviewing the basic assumptions utilized when design thicknesses are calculated for these different types of geometries. In addition, several case histories will be used to illustrate what these designs look like in the real world.

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StrongPIPE® MICP – Robotically Applied Manufactured-in-Place-Composite-Pipe for Large Diameter Pipe

Structural Technologies, LLC has developed a state-of-the-art fully structural lining system, StrongPIPE®Manufactured-In-Place Composite (MICP). MICP is a composite lining consisting of specially formulated polyurethane encapsulating both helically and axially applied carbon fiber filament creating a high strength pipeline renewal system. This presentation will deliver valuable information to attendees on this innovative, next generation, lining system which delivers efficiencies in worker safety, installation time, and overall project cost, when compared with traditional open-cut methods.

Trenchless Technology Project of the Year Winners will be announced at the conclusion of the webinar!

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NASTT’s Pipe Bursting Webinar

NASTT

This webinar will host a discussion on pipe bursting with the intent to educate owners and their agents of the benefits of this proven, alternative trenchless technology.

Industry experts from the NASTT membership will be presenting this complimentary webinar:

  • Alan Ambler, PE, LEED AP, AM Trenchless (Moderator)
  • Matthew Timberlake, Ted Berry Company LLC
  • Michael E. Woodcock, Portland Utilities Construction Company, LLC

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The CIPP Wetout Standard: Plant, Process and Permit Requirements for a Licensed Facility


This presentation will educate job owners, engineers and installers on the importance of operating a licensed wetout facility by focusing on the critical, yet often overlooked, resin-impregnation step in the CIPP manufacturing process. With decades of manufacturing and installation experience, the presenters will detail the safety, quality and environmental requirements of a licensed facility designed to protect the communities in which these facilities operate and ensure CIPP project decision makers avoid some of the most common problems resulting from a lack of commitment to safety, quality and environmental stewardship.

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Using FELL to Pinpoint Infiltration, Improve Decision Making, and Measure Rehab Effectiveness

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Participants Will Learn How:

  1. To reliably locate & measure sources of infiltration – quantifying results by sewer main, lateral, lateral connection, and manhole.
  2. To use FELL to assist in rehabilitation decision-making, i.e. determining cost effectiveness of rehab selections of sectional v. full-length liners.
  3. Pre- and post-CIPP FELL inspection quantifies & tracks infiltration reduction to measure rehabilitation effectiveness.
  4. FELL is used to avoid unnecessary repairs, i.e. to avoid costs.

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UV CIPP for Small Diameter Gravity Applications

This presentation will focus on the specific aspects of these material innovations in UV CIPP tube construction, including installation specifics and advantages, material specifics, the financial benefits of a hybrid UV system and comparisons between UV felt and traditional UV glass liners.

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NASTT’s Introduction to Trenchless Technology – New Installation Webinar

NASTT

This webinar will host a discussion on new installation methods, specifically horizontal directional drilling, microtunneling, open shield pipe jacking and auger boring.

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NASTT’s Introduction to Trenchless Technology – Rehabilitation Webinar

NASTT

This webinar will host a discussion on rehabilitation methods, specifically sewer • spot repairs and pipe bursting.

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Water Asset Management Conference Online May Series

water asset management conferenceThis 2018 Water Asset Management Conference will be hosted entirely in an online format, allowing attendees the flexibility to log in to view single presentations or multiple, all without leaving the office. The best part? Registration is FREE for all attendees! This online series is geared toward executive-level decision makers of water, wastewater and stormwater utilities – CEOs, CFOs, directors, general managers, superintendents and asset management professionals – as well as engineers and consultants.

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Best Value Engineered Design for a Sealed CIPP Collection System

LMKThere are several requirements for a successful rehabilitation project. First it is necessary to seal the entire collection system. Case study after case study has shown that repair/replacement of only main lines results in less than 50% of the infiltration removal. Manholes, and most importantly sewer laterals that connect businesses and homes to the main pipes, also need to be rehabilitated. Second, the collection system needs to be sealed and as watertight as possible. Third, the project must be sustainable, capable of performing over the long term, for the next 50-100 years.

Larry Kiest, President, Founder and Chief Technical Officer and Rick Gage, Vice President of Sales discusses: The Challenges • The Trenchless Process • The Ultimate Long-Term Solution

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Any views or opinions presented in the webinars listed are solely those of the presenter/s and do not necessarily represent those of Benjamin Media, Inc. Nor does Benjamin Media Inc., endorse any products or methods presented.

*It is the responsibility of attendees to contact their state approval boards to verify whether they accept webinars for credit. It is free to attend a Trenchless Technology webinar. If you would like a CEU certificate for attending there will be a $10 administrative fee. Click here for CEU Form (PDF). CEUs are not offered for NASTT webinar sessions done in conjunction with Trenchless Technology.