Highway Drainage Remediation
Following the undertaking of detailed drainage surveys, Crown Plus have the inhouse capability, resource, and experience to efficiently and economically undertake any remedial works required to bring the drainage system back into a serviceable condition. We have the detailed knowledge and experience to undertake the most complex of schemes on pipe diameters ranging from 100mm to 1800mm.
Our expertise covers a range of no dig drainage repair and rehabilitation techniques such as high-pressure water jetting, root cutting, concrete removal & CIPP (Cured in Place Pipe) repairs.
Compared to traditional methods of repair, such as dig down repairs, the use of cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) products both minimises above ground disruption and any inconvenience for all parties involved.
UV lining is the fastest most cost-effective and environmentally considerate way to repair defective and damaged pipes. Unlike traditional methods of CIPP repairs, the UV lining system cures the installed Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) liners impregnated with a UV curable resin, by way of UV light rather than hot water methods, this allows for a much quicker installation and cure time, also eliminating the need to use and dispose of water used with traditional curing methods.
The process of installing a UV liner involves inserting a GRP liner impregnated with UV curable resins into the host pipe, this is typically pulled into place and then inflated with air, end cans will then be installed at both ends. The lighting head / train is then positioned into the host pipe, at this point the onboard computer will be set, and the UV lighting head / train switched on, this will be mechanically pulled through the pipe at the specified M/Min rate.
Once installation is complete a new seamless structurally sound liner will now become the new defect free pipe.
Benefits of CIPP UV Lining
- Cost effective.
- Reduced carbon footprint compared to traditional repair methods.
- Faster method of repair.
- 50-year product design life.
- Can be used in diameters from 100mm – 1800mm
- Seamless and joint free repair.
- Independently structurally strong.
- Leak Tight.
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Geographic Information System (GIS)
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is one which collates, stores, studies, manipulates and displays spatial information data. This data can be presented in a variety of formats ranging from a database through to a map showing differing graphical features. In addition, a GIS can combine data from multiple databases.
On-site Data Collection. Using the latest Trimble GPS technology, we log the GPS co-ordinates of assets for display within a Global Information System(GIS). This data is collected on toughpad tablets that use the latest data collection software. The software allows data such as visual observations and photographs to be assigned to an individual asset. Observations and photos are stored alongside measured data relating to the same individual asset. In addition, given the variety of applications, our bespoke software is tailored to suit your GIS project requirements.
Data Analysis. We have experience in the handling and interpretation of many complex datasets. As we manage the whole data capture and management process we can provide a simplified model that allows all stakeholders to understand and use. As we write our own scripts to suit the Clients individual requirements We present the data in a format suited to each client’s specific requirements..