MATERIALS,CONSTRUCTION

HOW EXPANSION JOINT EXPERTISE HELPS IMPROVE INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM RELIABILITY

July 11, 2022

HOW EXPANSION JOINT Whitepaper
Nearly all industries have wastewater treatment plants. These facilities are designed to meet pretreatment requirements imposed by local or state governments. Pretreatment rules were enacted to prevent industrial discharges from affecting or passing through domestic wastewater treatment plants, so industry is seeing upgrades or new builds to comply.

Wastewater piping systems are constructed from a variety of materials depending on the media flowing through the pipes. These pumping and piping systems can be complex, causing havoc and downtime when failures occur.

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IMI CCI has been a leading provider of critical flow control technologies across the nuclear, power, oil and gas industries for over five decades. We have the design, manufacturing, commercial and aftermarket expertise to provide tailored valve solutions for extreme operating environments. We are able to deploy our bespoke engineering expertise to maximise system performance and customer profit.​

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whitePaper | May 31, 2021

he digital planning, which can now be found in architecture and design offices, at general contractors or via prefabrication, bricklaying robots and GPS-based excavators already on the building site, is characterized by Building Information Modeling (BIM). Yet, BIM is only really an efficient and commercial option if it is paired with the integrated working method.

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whitePaper | June 19, 2022

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IMI CCI

IMI CCI has been a leading provider of critical flow control technologies across the nuclear, power, oil and gas industries for over five decades. We have the design, manufacturing, commercial and aftermarket expertise to provide tailored valve solutions for extreme operating environments. We are able to deploy our bespoke engineering expertise to maximise system performance and customer profit.​

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