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Pipe Jacking

Pipe jacking is a micro-tunnelling technique developed primarily to build foul and surface water.


Jacking Pipe

Pipe jacking is a micro-tunnelling technique developed primarily to build foul and surface water drainage, although it is used in a wide range of other applications such as infrastructure access under, for example, rivers.
 
Compared to traditional open cut methods, pipe jacking has numerous advantages. There is minimal disruption to traffic flows and less damage to existing utility pipe and cable infrastructure. From an environmental perspective, pipe jacking leads to fewer vehicle movements and less excavated material going to landfill.
 
Superlit’s GRP jacking pipes are:
 
 
The cumulative economic benefits achieved from specifying Superlit’s GRP pipes can be considerable: