Swagelining - A Pipeline Renovation Technique [PE]

# 1992 Eindhoven

Renovation of an old main, by insertion of a medium density polyethylene (MDPE) pipe, reduces costs in excavation and reinstatement. Traditionally the inserted pipe is smaller than the existing main resulting in a reduction in flow capacity. This paper reviews the development and evaluation of a lining technique, known as Swagelining, which produces a close fit inside the existing main, thus maximising flow Capacity.

Please note that the whole article content is available on PPCA website onlySource : 1992 Eindhoven


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