Gravity sewers

Renovation using mineral inliners

In addition to monitoring the condition and function of municipal sewer systems at regular intervals, their renovation is playing an ever more important role and is increasingly becoming a technical, economic and organizational challenge.

In a project funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie), the Weimar Institute of Applied Construction Research (Institut für Angewandte Bauforschung Weimar; IAB), in collaboration with HERMES Technologie GmbH & Co KG, has developed a mineral liner for renovating pipeline systems that are...

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