Concrete Products

APR 2018

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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Page 60 of 71 April 2018 • 59 INNOVATIONS PIPE & PRECAST Con Cast, Jensen premier Schlüsselbauer's HDPE lining technology Perfect Pipe is serving users in Ontario and Arizona, thanks to Con Cast Pipe and Jensen Precast. Schlüsselbauer North America has recently introduced The Perfect Tech- nology for wet cast concrete pipe and manholes, enabling U.S. and Cana- dian drainage structure producers to add high density polyethyene-lined offerings for sanitary sewer and aggressive applications. The manufac- turer presents Perfect Pipe as an ideal combination of HDPE conduit and high strength concrete structure, fulfilling essential demands for effluent dis- posal. Lined pipe exhibits resistance to chemical attack; static load capacity, including in vehicle traffic conditions; and, ease of handling on site. Perfect Pipe sewer lines can be con- structed with or without integrated gaskets and reinforced or plain con- crete. Thanks to the Perfect Connector, no field welding of the liner is required during installation. The connector also protects the line against infiltration and exfiltration. The 1.65- to 3-mm thick Perfect liner is abrasion resis- tant; equal to chemical exposure up to a pH of 1.0; and, fastened to pipe walls with anchors rated at 56-lb. withdrawal resistance. The premier North American Per- fect Pipe sources are Ontario's Con Cast Pipe and Nevada's Jensen Pre- cast. The former delivered 206 meters of 600-mm diameter product installed at 9.5-meter depth for a Regional Municipality of Peel sanitary sewer line. Jensen Precast delivered 16-in. diameter Perfect Pipe for a Pima County, Ariz., sewer line subject to high flow volume and static loading. — Schlüsselbauer North America, Nashville, 615/742-7274; www.sbt-na. biz,

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