Recently, McNeil Technologies was selected for an infrastructure rehabilitation mini-documentary as part of the On Demand programming hosted by Rob Lowe. Airing will begin on PBS August 26. Tune in to see how the permanent rehabilitation technology our company produces is contributing to the restoration of America’s infrastructure!
The Water Environment Federation exhibition is September 23-25 in Chicago. We’ll be there and hope to see you. Stop by our booth - 2625 and visit!
City leaders, public works officials and engineers frequently attend Triplex Liner job sites. There, they see first hand the level of detail and quality that goes into a Triplex Liner installation. Here Ron McNeil, founder, talks to the attendees and explains the process. We believe in education and offering a quality product that permanently solves manhole deterioration problems.
Just how deteriorated can a sewer manhole be? Take a look at this photo. A manhole like this is structurally unsound and in danger of collapse due to severe chemical corrosion. Raw sewage can leak out of the structure and conversely, fresh groundwater can infiltrate the structure thereby requiring that fresh groundwater be treated as sewage. We will high pressure clean it, removing all loose debris, and structurally line it in one day. All of the above mentioned problems will be permanently solved. That's what we do.
Ron McNeil of Triplex Liners, is a hands on owner. He actively visits job sites and discusses project details with city officials and engineers. Here Ron is discussing details of an installation in Montgomery, TX with Stan Cooper of Bleyl Engineering.
32 Manholes are being rehabilitated in Montgomery, TX along the shores of Lake Conroe using Triplex Liners. In the photo below, two manholes are curing simultaneously. The Triplex Liner installation process is minimally disruptive and quick. A manhole can be fully and permanently rehabilitated in approximately four - six hours start to finish.
Texas Licensee, Infrastructure Rehab USA, is busy with Triplex Liner installations. Manholes are being permanently rehabilitate daily. Several hundred manholes have been completely rehabilitated over the past several years. More are planned for this year. Several large project of 100 or more structures each have been lined to date.