After much deliberation with regard to options, La Crosse’s City Assistant Superintendent-Sewer specified the HydraTite® mechanical seal, as the best and most cost effective method.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
HydraTech Engineered Products is pleased to report the successful application of its HydraTite® Internal Joint Seal product in solving ongoing problems that the city of La Crosse, Wisconsin was having with soil migration through a 72-inch storm pipe.
Despite patching the pipe joints with mortar, soil migration through the 60-year-old storm line joints continued, causing pavement and ground settlement in an area designated for renewal. After much deliberation with regard to options, La Crosse’s City Assistant Superintendent-Sewer specified the HydraTite® mechanical seal, as the best and most cost effective method to repair the mal-alignment of the joints and form an impenetrable barrier against further infiltration. All work was done in seven hours and without the need for excavation.
The story was captured by Storm Water Solutions magazine in its “2013-2014 Case Book.” The full article can be found on HydraTech's website.
Providing a 50-year design life, HydraTite® is ideal for remediation of storm drains, sewer systems, gas pipelines, potable water, irrigation and power generation lines. The HydraTite® Sealing System is NSF/ANSI 61 certified for drinking water.
HydraTite® is just one system in a line of pipe remediation products by HydraTech Engineered Products. The company specializes in engineered products which provide trenchless pipe remediation to industrial, municipal, marine and pipeline markets on both a national and global level. More detailed information, technical data and case studies for all HydraTech’s products can be obtained by visiting http://www.hydratechllc.com