The holiday season is a great time to catch up on reading and industry news, as well as the perfect time to think about plans for the new year. In 2015, we published a few white papers pertaining to the pipeline inspection industry that were received exceptionally well by sewer inspection professionals. In this post, we’re sharing some of our most visited and downloaded white papers from 2015.
Here are four white papers that we think you’ll find useful:
1. Phased Assessment Strategy for Sewers
Do you want to understand your sewer system condition quicker with fewer resources? Adopting PASS helps you prioritize which lines need the most attention, and allows you to update your assessments more regularly.
If you’re faced with deteriorating infrastructure and dwindling budgets—as most of us are—this white paper is a must read.
2. Clean Sewers with Half the Water
Did you know up to 35% of sewer lines are jetted unnecessarily? And still more water is wasted with poor nozzle selection. Before you reach for the jetter hose there are critical steps you can take to determine whether a pipe needs cleaning— and if so what kind.
With dwindling water supplies municipalities must look into creative ways to reduce water consumption without sacrificing sewer maintenance. The strategies presented in this white paper will not only help municipalities save water but also help build a more effective and efficient cleaning strategy.
3. Working Smarter Against I&I
Did you know inflow and infiltration (I&I) can account for up to 45% of the throughput at a treatment plant? Primary sources of I&I include leaky manholes, lateral connections, and sewer mains–yet too often rehabilitation efforts target assets indiscriminately.
The dollar amount spent to combat I&I can be hefty, but establishing an analysis-driven strategy can ensure you make the biggest impact for your investment. This white paper discusses tools and strategies available to address I&I. With the concepts presented in this paper, not only will you understand how to assess the condition of your sewer system, you’ll be prepared to cut I&I by up to half.
4. 7 Secrets to Low Cost-of-Ownership for Sewer Crawlers
Do you own a sewer inspection crawler? If so, cost-of-ownership can have a major impact on your budget and profitability. Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to have a dramatic, positive impact on maintenance and repair costs.
In this white paper, we share seven secrets to managing cost-of-ownership for sewer crawlers. These insights, gathered over the years from our customers, will have you well on your way to optimizing your own crawler's performance, service life and uptime—all for the least possible cost.
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