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Embracing An Evolved Maintenance Strategy

Source: Hydra-Stop

Water maintenance professionals are continually hampered by aging valves that do not work as intended, including some a century old or older, or a lack of valves where control is needed. As a result, pipeline repairs can cause significant system disruptions while being risky and expensive.

To offset those issues, insertion valves are increasingly being adopted as an alternative maintenance strategy. In addition to avoiding service disruptions to residents or businesses near the repair area, these products allow water utilities to circumvent the incremental costs that normally accompany a shutdown, while lowering the risk to personnel, the system itself, and the environment.

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