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Sanitary Sewer

When the proper products and procedures are not used to make sanitary sewers watertight, it causes problems for urban centers.

Not only do facilities treat excess water that gets into the system—an unnecessary expense—but inflow and infiltration can overload pipe capacity and send sewage runoff into streams, rivers and lakes.

As new sanitary sewers are installed and new sewer lines replace the old, municipalities need to rely on technologies that will prevent leakage to ensure secure sewage transmission. Hamilton Kent's watertight gaskets and connectors are designed to do exactly that.

For example, instead of using mortar-based connections—prone to crack and leak—we make durable, rubber flexible connectors that are engineered to accommodate differential settlement.

 

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