Articles
Archive by category: Case StudiesReturn
RSS
Preventing Microbial Damage, Saving Money
Preventing Microbial Damage, Saving Money: Hammond IN Sanitary District Gets the Best for Less
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (61)
New York county rehabilitates sanitary sewers
Rockland County in southern New York called for major sanitary sewer interceptor projects.
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (23)
Showdown in the Streets of Laredo
Showdown in the Streets of Laredo: MIC-resistant Concrete Admixture and Spincasting Rescue Sewer Manholes
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (21)
Precast Success With Corrosion-Resistant Manholes
The Turner Company is a family-owned precast firm founded in 2001 and based in Rhome, Texas at the Northwest corner of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. “This is one of the fastest growing regions in Texas,” says Sales Manager Marty Anderson. “And we’ve grown right along with it.”
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (203)
Miami-Dade Specifies ConMICShield® for New Manholes and Pipe
Miami-Dade, Florida, has an area where levels of Hydrogen Sulfide Gas are extremely high.
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (1725)
Still Going Strong 17 Years Later
Project combines Permacast® with ConMICShield® to Repair AND Prevent Damage from MIC
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (1843)
Lined Manhole Remains Intact after Sewer Collapses
Lined Manhole Remains Intact after Sewer CollapsesIn late July, the City of Chicago experienced unusually heavy rainfall with accumulations exceeding 7 inches in just a few short hours. Such heavy storm events overburden systems causing uncommonly high erosion of pipe and manholes in combination systems that convey both storm water and sanitary waste.
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (8928)
Maline Structure, St. Louis, MO
The Maline Drop Shaft located near the Chain of Rocks Bridge is just like concrete sewer structures everywhere. They corrode when hydrogen sulfide gas is present. Moderately-high temperatures, long retention times, high biological oxygen demand (BOD) levels, and turbulence contribute to elevated levels of hydrogen sulfide gas which, in turn, provide the food for acid-producing bacteria.
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (3037)
Hampton, Virginia
In 2000, the manholes near City Hall in Hampton, Virginia, were identified as being severely deteriorated from high levels of hydrogen sulfide gas which fed bacteria to form Microbiologically Induced Corrosion
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (2647)
Manholes Take Center Stage in Chicago
$60 Million project under way using advanced mortar for rehab work.
Read More
| Categories: Case Studies | View Count: (2540)
Page 1 of 2 FirstPrevious [1]2 Last
Facebook
Categories
Search Publications
Recent Articles
CONTACT INFO
  • ConShield
    biotech armor for concrete
    541 Tenth Street NW #233
    Atlanta, GA  USA 30318
  • PH +877.543.2094
    FAX +404.420.2160
    info@conshield.com