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Sanitary Sewers

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Municipalities across North America are replacing aging combined sewers with massive new systems that separate wastewater and stormwater, dramatically reducing wastewater treatment load and protecting the environment. These systems must be watertight to meet modern environmental specs and standards. And that’s where we enter the picture. Hamilton Kent’s watertight gaskets and connectors are designed to do just that. Our durable, flexible rubber connectors are a big leap forward from the mortar-based connections that add to construction time in the field and are prone to cracking and leaking.

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A Modern Infrastructure for an Iconic Plaza

When the city of Montreal decided to modernize the old shopping district on St-Hubert Street to make it more appealing to pedestrians and shoppers, Hamilton Kent played a key role by supplying a variety of sealing products for the sanitary sewer upgrades. Once completed, the Plaza St-Hubert overhaul will have a modern feel, and the sewers flowing underneath will be adequately prepared for the next 100 plus years.

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Nothing Small About this Microtunnel

Metro Vancouver, in the final phase of a huge sewer system expansion, selected microtunneling for one section of the South Surrey Interceptor project to mitigate disruption of vehicular traffic. The contractor relied on Langley Concrete for the pipe, who in turn leaned on HK for development of the gaskets critical to sealing the joints.

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A Nod to the Past With an Eye on the Future

When the City of Dayton needed a second sewer line along the Little Miami River, they shifted from the cast-in-place concrete used in the past to precast concrete box culverts. The engineers required watertightness, so they and the culvert producer relied on HK Tylox SuperSeal gaskets.

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