"Laying a New Pipeline: A Pictorial Story"
Follow the journey of a new pipeline from its inception in a proving slot to its final destination through photos. Safety is emphasized with the provision of appropriate protective equipment to local labor.
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Slide1Laying a new pipelineA pictorial story
Slide2Where it begins: a proving slotThe proving slots are small trenches dug at regular intervals so that it can be “proved” as to what pipes and other services are actually in the ground and exactly where these items are.
Slide3Safety EquipmentSafety vests and appropriate protective equipment are supplied to local labour on the project
Slide4Trenching beginsSolid rock brings out the Jackhammer Excess material is removed as quickly as possible to designated holding sites Heavy machinery is available as needed
Slide5Road crossingsCutting the strip Road closure for safety’s sake And the dust flies as the cuts are made
Slide6Laid pipe showing householderconnection 3 way join with tee valves in place Pipe laying in progress Trench also contains other services Pipe laying
Slide7Pipes and the consumerBarricading open trenches For safety purposes Waiting to be connected To consumers meter Preparing trenches to carry connection to consumers
Slide8ReinstatementClosing the trench Temporary road reinstatement Consumers driveway being reinstated
Slide9Reinstating a roadTraffic Control Preparations for reinstatement Applying a priming agent The Bitumen arrives Spreading the asphalt And lastly compaction
Slide11And finally when all is donePressure Testing takes place to check for leaks Water is pumped into the system under pressure and the whole system checked for leaks. Only after this will the new system “take over” from the old