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Riverside community uses fusible PVC pipe for stormwater outfall

Established in 2010 through the adoption of the Keswick Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP), Keswick on the River is a new community in southwest Edmonton, Alberta. Bounded by the North Saskatchewan River to the west and the Windermere Golf and Country Club to the north, the 200-acre neighbourhood is named for a quaint town in northwest England and features more than 1,500 homes that offer old world English architecture designed to look and feel like a country village. Future residents of Keswick on the River will enjoy riverside living, playgrounds, a nature trail system and easy access to Edmonton.

Kelowna is first municipality in Canada to train crews on fusible PVC pipe

Wayne Nadasde, Kelowna’s construction supervisor, believes in keeping his crew current with the latest equipment and training. “I have a versatile crew and they are willing to learn. I put a lot of focus on training, and maintain an attitude that if I can’t learn something new every day, then I need to retire. I don’t have an endless training budget, so I look for quality training that fills a purpose.”

FPVC – Saving Time and Costs with “Cutting Edge Technology”

Castle Downs Road is a major roadway in a dense residential area of Edmonton. Though it is a main feeder road, it also supports a newly developed subdivision on one side and a large condo complex on the other. The weakening of a fibreglass transmission main on Castle Downs Road meant a drop in water pressure for the many nearby residents that it supplied. Replacing the 451-metre length of failing pipe by traditional methods would cause a lengthy, major disruption of a busy Edmonton thoroughfare.

Piping suitable for storm drainage, culverts

With Ultra-X2, IPEX has expanded its Ultra-Rib system, valued for its secure joints and straightforward installation, to include large-diameter 750 mm and 900 mm sizes. The move renders these systems suitable for a wider range of applications, from storm drainage to highway and culvert channels. With its dual-wall construction, Ultra-X2 pipes maintain both reliable hydraulic performance and solid strength characteristics. A smooth inner wall streamlines flow with a Manning’s ‘n’ value of 0.009, while a corrugated outer wall reinforces overall structural integrity, enabling use in demanding environments. Despite being designed for non-pressure applications, Ultra-X2 joints withstand hydrostatic pressures of up to 15 psi, making the pipe suitable not only for stormwater systems, but also surcharged sewers and high groundwater applications. Ultra-X2 is certified to CSA B182.4.

Ultra-Rib PVC piping suitable for storm drainage, culverts

Contractors and consultants can now draw on a broader range of PVC profile piping for their municipal water systems. With Ultra-X2, IPEX has expanded its Ultra-Rib system, valued for its secure joints and straightforward installation, to include large-diameter 750 mm and 900 mm sizes. The move renders these systems suitable for a wider range of applications, from storm drainage to highway and culvert channels. With its dual-wall construction, Ultra-X2 pipes maintain both reliable hydraulic performance and solid strength characteristics. A smooth inner wall streamlines fl ow with a Manning’s ‘n’ value of 0.009, while a corrugated outer wall reinforces overall structural integrity, enabling use in demanding environments. Despite being designed for non-pressure applications, Ultra-X2 joints withstand hydrostatic pressures of up to 15 psi, making the pipe suitable not only for stormwater systems, but also surcharged sewers and high groundwater applications. Ultra-X2 is certified to CSA B182.4.

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