Kana Pipeline Images
Kana Pipeline is grinding asphalt for a public works project in Riverside, CA. This can be a cost-effective way to cut the asphalt rather than cutting with a saw cutter, prior to excavation. Another term synonymous for grinding asphalt is
New large 120-inch reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) being hoisted for installation on a residential project for storm drainage purposes.
Shown here is approximately 600 linear feet of corrugated steel pipeline (CSP) being installed at the site of this new residential development. This pipeline is part of a storm drainage system.
This is a perforated 24" corrugated steel pipeline (CSP) drainage system being installed for a new residential development. It is wrapped with crushed rock and filter fabric to combine into what is commonly called a type of "burrito" drain.
Shown here is one of many 2' x 2' concrete footings that was recently poured and will serve as one of many foundation pads to secure down a 12" HDPE fused water pipeline, approximately 2,500 LF long.
This is a 60-inch diameter corrugated metal pipe (CMP) detention drainage system installed at the site of a new residential development. There are other pipeline materials, like plastic HDPE pipe, that can also be used to make a detention system.
Pipeline construction crew worker shown here bolting a 2'x2' concrete footing in preparation to strap down approximately 2,500 LF of a fused 12" HDPE domestic water pipeline, and secure it in place.
Featured here is approximately 2,500 LF of fused 12" HDPE domestic water highline pipeline in the process of installation. It will be installed on a temporary basis - approximately 6 years until further residential development ensues in this area.
Shown here is the top-down view of a butterfly check valve which recently passed Irvine Ranch Water District (IRWD) Inspection and is now ready to install at the construction site of a new residential tract of homes.
This is a side angle view of a butterfly check valve. The metal disc which is held by the rod is called the butterfly (because it looks like a butterfly; the metal discs are like wings). Unlike a ball valve
These butterfly check valves will be installed on a domestic water pipeline. These particular valves have just passed IRWD inspection and are now ready for installation.
Depicted here is the inside view of the yellow dip plate assembly which will fit inside a larger circumference of a vertical standing reinforced concrete pipe. The entire unit is named the Downstream Defender, made by Hydro International, and is