microtunnelling

microtunnelling

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌtʌnəlɪŋ)
n
(General Engineering) a technique used to excavate tunnels mechanically for the laying of pipes
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63 m in controlled and continuous propulsion as microtunnelling with flushing.
The entire work of laying sewers as deep as 80- ft underground is being done through microtunnelling, so that there is no traffic disruption and public inconvenience is minimised -- SANJAM CHIMA, Spokesperson, Delhi Jal Board ' Delhi sewer project figures on global list ' The DJB CEO believes the project would contribute greatly to the Swachh Bharat Mission
Microtunnelling will continue to be a technique that allows the UAE's urban landscape to evolve in a cost-effective and non-evasive manner, Eng.
Other products from various Rinker locations include manholes and inlets, microtunnelling (jacking) pipe, and specialty fittings and accessories.
TERRY DAVIS, Project Manager, Oilfield & Microtunnelling Division, Wirth GmbH-Europe, Newcastle
was required for successful microtunnelling installation.
Tenders are invited for Development of S & D Network in Churial Extension PS Catchment & Diamond Park Catchment and Construction of Churial Extension Pumping Station (Annex) in Borough XVI (part of Ward 124, 143 & 144) and Laying of RCC Sewer Line along Bakrahat Road by Microtunnelling method.
The Direct Pipe Technology developed by Her-renknecht combines the advantages of microtunnelling and horizontal drilling technology.
The pipe is pushed into the ground with a microtunnelling machine in front of it.
The works include: - occasional repairs: milling, resin injection, punctual lining, - renovation by continuous lining of the collector and connections, - replacement of pipes by bursting and casing, - the creation of pipes by sinking, directional drilling or microtunnelling, - rehabilitation of manholes the procurement procedure used is: the open call for tenders.
In jacking and microtunnelling applications, the strain can create instability in the pipe posing the risk of buckling, collapsing or catastrophic failure.
335 m channel dn 1400 in microtunnelling construction, 7 st.
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