Curapipe shows its Trenchless Automated Leakage Repair (TALR) Solution – a low-cost alternative for water mains renewal
Curapipe System Ltd, a pioneering provider of an innovative breakthrough leak curing solution for water pipes, today announced that it will show case its Trenchless Automated Leakage Repair (TALR) solution at WATEC 2013, 22 – 24 October 2013 at the Tel Aviv Exhibition Center in Hall 11A, Booth 15.
Curapipe’s Trenchless Automated Leakage Repair (TALR) repairs leaky holes and cracks in urban water pipes that normally remain undetected by existing detection technologies.
“By introducing the TALR solution, Curapipe has launched a new category of leakage repair, thus filling an important gap in the market,” explained Peter Paz, co-CEO of Curapipe.
“Current detection and monitoring solutions ensure maintaining leakage levels but not sustainably reducing them. With the current economic and environmental needs for bulk reduction of water leakage, governmental agencies, water utilities and operators are looking for a “detect & in situ repair” solution for reducing leakage levels,” he continued.
“With TALR, there is now a breakthrough leakage repair technology available that the industry has been waiting for.”
Curapipe’s Trenchless Automated Leakage Repair (TALR) solution offers water utilities the following benefits:
- Trenchless (no digging) enables no / low social and environmental disruption
- Automated detection, sealing and curing of leaks
- Low-cost alternative compared to pipeline replacement or renewal
- Rapid deployment since TALR is much faster than replacement or renewal
Established in 2007, Curapipe System Ltd. is a pioneering provider of an innovative breakthrough leak curing solution for buried pipelines. Curapipe addresses the need of urban water utilities by repairing leaks and cracks in their mains and service connections that normally remain undetected. The solution is the result of many years of development by a team of highly skilled and experienced PhD technologists in the fields of hydraulics, materials and pipelining. Curapipe is working with several water utilities to commercially deploy its TALR solution at various global locations.
Under the framework of the European Eco-Innovation program, Curapipe is executing the LEAKCURE project aimed at market uptake of a method of repairing leakages in distribution water pipes applying trenchless technology.
For more information, visit the corporate website at www.curapipe.com
Debra De-Jong, Marcom
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