Water Jetting

Water Jetting

With jet flushing, debris from sanitary lines is collected and flushed back to the manhole for retrieval by vacuum loading or screening. A typical flushing operation involves jetting a nozzle through the entire length of the line and flushing material back to the...
Piping from 8”-60”

Piping from 8”-60”

Empire Pipe offers variety of options for cleaning sanitary and storm sewer lines from 8” through 60”. Every problem requires a unique solution and Empire pipe is capable of solving a variety of different problems in a variety of different settings. Empire pipe also...
Manholes

Manholes

Sanitary sewer manholes are often a largely responsible for inflow in a sewer system. Some studies have indicated that up to 50% of a system’s total inflow can be credited to leaking manholes. Defects in manholes like defective brickwork, seals, joints, and...
Lift Station

Lift Station

Wet wells are the holding sump for gravity-flow sewer systems. As material enters the well and the water level rises, pumps are engaged and pump the sewage out to a forced main, or the sewage is lifted to a higher grade to continue the gravity flow to the outlet...
Water Jetting and Televising

Water Jetting and Televising

High pressure water jets along with vacuum are the appropriate combination for quickly cleaning sewers and pipelines. With water jetting plus our advanced video inspection we can inspect lines for structural integrity, possible leaks and any infiltration. Implementing...