America's water infrastructure is aging, with many of these systems installed well over a century ago. Older infrastructures often have inoperable valves or a lack of valves where control is needed. This can cause significant system disruptions to the community and make water maintenance projects risky and expensive.
Many water utilities have adopted valve insertion as part of their maintenance program to prevent system shutdowns and increased risk, cost, and environmental impacts.
Download our white paper to learn how insertion valves offer a permanent, cost-effective solution that allows flexibility, improved safety, and many other benefits, particularly for aging infrastructures.
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