A discussion of the physical properties of clay which make it the most abrasion resistant material for sanitary sewer construction.
Several documents which give an overview of the many benefits of Vitrified Clay Pipe.
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) currently uses predictive failure curves to aid in calculating the risk cost of its sewer pipes. These curves estimate the likelihood of a point failure occurring for a ...
Job summaries from magazine articles, sewer sense and other sources.
A discussion of the factory applied compression joints in use since 1970 in the clay pipe industry.
Articles describing the ability of Vitrified Clay Pipe as a ceramic to resist corrosion and chemical attack.
Articles that discuss the energy consumption and requirements for the manufacture of Vitrified Clay Pipe.
Discussion of why Vitrified Clay Pipe is the most environmentally friendly product on the market today.
Articles describing the use of American made VCP in foreign markets.
Articles discussing chemical resistance of VCP and applications involving industrial settings.
A Collection of documents and articles discussing the history of the infiltration/inflow debate. There are also standard test methods and a discussion of joint performance.
Articles relating to clay pipe and its use as a drainage product.
A collection of several articles describing the longevity and durability of Vitrified Clay Pipe for gravity systems and how to use this to calculate the long term economic benefits of using clay pipe....
Articles related to the use of Vitrified Clay Pipe for Trenchless Applications.
A guided boring method for installing small diameter VCP using a trenchless method. This guided system is accurate to within 1/4 inch on line and grade.
A discussion of the primary differences and characteristics of rigid products.
Reviewing the performance of clay vs. other materials.
A complete package of Sustainable Material.
Articles on methods and means to make proper connections to clay pipe.