UNITRACC Module "Lining with Spirally-Wound Pipes with Stationary Winding Machine without Reinforcement Made of Metal or Plastic" (Renovation: CIPP)

Dec 22, 2023

100 % remote & flexible! Introducing the new UNITRACC e-learning module about lining with spiral wound pipes with stationary winding machine without reinforcement made of metal or plastic! This module is part of the CIPP course about lining techniques.

Description

The renovation of our aging sewer systems, much like their initial construction, is a task that spans across generations. The methods and regulations for their rehabilitation undergo a continuous process of development and improvement.

Spiral wound lining is categorised as a lining process with site-manufactured pipes. This process is characterised by the production of a spiral-shaped, self-supporting, or statically load-bearing liner on site from factory-made extruded profiles using a winding machine. The module Lining with Spirally-Wound Pipes with Stationary Winding Machine without Reinforcement Made of Metal or Plastic is part of the upcoming course BE-13 Renovation: Lining with Cured-In-Place Pipes (CIPP).

The course offers all the relevant information required to gain a detailed understanding of the lining process, with a specific focus on CIPP and spirally-wound lining. It covers a wide range of procedures, including their proper configuration, application, and quality assurance.

The e-learning material comprises more than 90 pages, featuring over 160 visual elements such as photographs, tables, illustrations, videos, etc.

The estimated learning time is approximately 4 hours.



 

Click here to access Renovation: Lining with Spirally-Wound Pipes with Stationary Winding Machine without Reinforcement Made of Metal or Plastic (CIPP)!

 

 

Learning Objectives
  • Knowing application areas and limits of use
  • Making informed decisions about materials and profile types
  • Knowing the requirements for planning and work preparation
  • Familiarity with static load-bearing spirally-wound pipe with stationary winding machine in the start manhole
  • Knowing the requirements for and procedure of grouting the annular space
  • Being aware of quality assurance requirements
     
Costs
  • Courses (incl. Certificate): 700 €
  • UNITRACC Knowledge Portal for Enterprises: 150 € p/m

 
Certificate

Completion certificate for passing course exam of BE-13
 

Time and Place
  • Distance / remote learning (online)
  • Flexible, extra-professional (part-time, full-time)

Target Group
  • Engineers
  • Technicians
  • Technical staff & executives (e.g., site / construction managers)
     
Recommended Qualification
B.Eng / B.Sc. or Bachelor Professional's degree with two years of working experience in civil / environmental engineering.
 

Preview: UNITRACC Module "Renovation: Lining with Spirally-Wound Pipes with Stationary Winding Machine without Reinforcement made of Metal or Plastic" [Source: visaplan GmbH]

Content (Selection)
  • Spiral-wound lining: bascics
    • Definitions, procedures, methods, etc.
    • Application areas & limits
    • Plannung & preparation
    • Materials
       
  • Prossec methods
    • With annular space and stationary winding machine
    • Without annular space and stationary winding machine

 
  • Application in Sewer Rehabilitation
    • Sequence and preliminary works
    • Maintaining the drainage capability
    • Execution
      • With annular space
      • Without annular space
         
  • Final Works
    • Connections
    • Quality assurance
    • Static aspects

 


UNITRACC Portal for Enterprises

UNITRACC is an e-learning, information, and working platform for underground construction. It has been providing online training courses to customers - who are mainly public agencies, engineering offices, higher education institutions, and skilled individuals - since 2003. The UNITRACC Knowledge Portal for Enterprises offers digital access to all courses, modules, construction site documentations, and technical books about the rehabilitation and maintenance of drains and sewers for a monthly fee of 150 €. Topics include water and wastewater pipeline construction, rehabilitation, management, and maintenance. They cover a huge variety of trenchless construction and rehabilitation technologies such as utility tunneling, microtunneling, pipe bursting, lining with close-fit pipes, lining with continuous pipes, lining with spirally-wound pipes, lining with cured in cured-in-place pipes (CIPP), injection and sealing processes as well as open cut method. Registration is free of charge. Click here to start the booking process.

 


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