We believe that our erosion system barrier is much more effective than conventional sandbag methods. Polyurethane erosion barriers are applied into the existing pipeline ditch to provide the support needed to keep ditch lines and hillsides in place. These are also crucial in diverting water off the right-of-way.
Polyurethane provides a complete seal and forces water to the top and off the edge of the ditch line. This system also does not rot or break down when covered with soil. As a result, you have an erosion barrier that can feasibly outlast the life of your pipeline.
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Bulk Foam and Pre-Formed Pillows
Polyurethane foam pillows or spray-in-place bulk foam provides stability and support to the pipeline structure. By using this as an alternative to sandbagging, you can eliminate the concern of shifting or breaking sandbags.
With our system, the pipe is pre-insulated in our factory and arrives on the job site ready to install.
Quantum's insulation process ensures a homogenous, void free layer of rigid polyurethane foam insulation, bonded directly to the entire pipe surface. Our insulation system may be applied to virtually any type of pipe on the market today, from 100 mm 4 in) to 1200 mm (48 in) in diameter, with or without electric tracing conduit. Quantum's pre-insulated pipe have been installed for both freeze prevention in cold climates; centrally chilled water piping systems in temperate and tropical climates; and hot water / low pressure steam piping for process and district energy. With the proper outer protective jacket, our pipes may be installed either buried or above ground.
In any extreme climate, Quantum's pre-insulated pipe is the system of choice.
Typical applications include:
Polyurethane foam is one of the most economical ways to protect your pipe in rocky conditions. Normally, 50 mm of foam is applied to protect the pipe during the backfill process. In severe conditions, the thickness of foam may be increased. Our coating system far exceeds the quality of protection given by wrap-on products.
Very happy with the work. My only regret having the inside roof spray foamed was that I already had used insulation on the walls. Hindsight, I would have the whole inside sprayed.Paula B.
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