Whether you’re a contractor working on home plumbing systems or your company has been contracted to repair a major sewer line for the city, you need state-of-the-art equipment to get the job done right. Taking on a job with aging equipment means you’ll spend more time completing the job and prohibits you from offering the most advanced industry technologies. For the most common trenchless pipe repair jobs, TRIC Tools offers pipe professionals equipment made from high-quality materials that are built to last.
Working on small or large jobs, covering cracks in a piping system is one of the most common challenges a contractor will face. Fusion equipment can be used to mold the materials together, repairing cracks. Depending on the size of the job, there are three fusion equipment designs available: 14M Butt Fusion Machine, 28 CQ Butt Fusion Machine, and PitBill 26 Fusion Machine. These machines are designed to fuse polyethylene pipes and other thermoplastic materials, depending on which design you choose.
When it comes to clearing and replacing a collapsed pipe, it is essential that you have equipment that can effectively use power to complete the project. With the TRIC Tools hydraulic pumps, you’ll have the power you need to complete small residential jobs or larger trenchless pipe replacement jobs for municipalities and businesses.
When piping systems begin to leak it can wreak havoc on a home or business’ foundation or a city’s infrastructure. Finding and fixing the leak quickly is a top priority. Leak can be caused by a number of issues, but one of the most common is tree root infiltration. A trenchless pipe repair pulling system is one of the easiest ways to treat a specific area of a compromised pipe with minimal invasion of your landscape. The X30 system is ideal for pipes up to 6 inches in diameter and the TRIC M50 is designed for tight spots or cross sections.
Pipe deterioration is a natural part of the aging and use process. Before the pipe’s condition worsens, leading to leaks or a complete pipe collapse, use an appropriately fitting bursting head to break up the aged pipe and guide the new pipe through the space.
Certain pipe materials, like copper, can corrode more quickly than others. For aging infrastructure elements for cities and businesses, expired materials are a threat to the entire plumbing system. Corrosion can create rust in the water and if left untreated, may pose a health risk for individuals consuming the water. To repair or replace a piece of corroded pipe beneath city streets, a hydraulic system is needed. A variety of designs are available - like the M100, best for difficult ground conditions or limited access.