SECA has opened limited spots for enrolment in a range of CCTV training courses in February, to be held at its head office in Sydney’s Southwest.
SECA has expanded the training it can provide from its training centre.
Collaboration between Sydney Water and the University of Technology Sydney has resulted in new artificial intelligence (AI) technology to detect potential water main leaks and breaks, avoiding costly pipe failures.
Sewer Equipment Company (Aust), better known as SECA, is one of the country’s leading suppliers for pipeline, sewer and plumbing equipment.
German Group to partner with local trenchless experts to develop the markets in Australasia.
Australia’s leading supplier of asset management and rehabilitation equipment for sewers and drains, SECA, is hosting an open day for those who want to learn about the latest innovations in the pipeline industry.
With proactive maintenance of water infrastructure becoming more prominent in the industry, Melbourne is boosting its ability to assess its sewer pipelines with newly developed CCTV camera technology.
Municipal wastewater pipes and pressure line networks are in constant need of repair and maintenance.
NEPTCO, a Chase Corporation company acquired in 2012, has decades of experience supporting the construction and maintenance of underground utilities.
Central Coast Council recently performed a high-risk inspection of the Mangrove Creek Dam diversion tunnel that was anything but routine.
Sewer Equipment Company (Aust), better known as SECA, offers a comprehensive range of products from a simple plumber’s drain cleaning rod, to the latest in high-tech CCTV inspection equipment and software to equip its customers with the latest pipe rehab and repair tools.
Sewer Equipment Company Australia, better known as SECA, is Australia’s leading supplier of sewer and drain cleaning, testing, inspection, and rehabilitation equipment. Since 1967, SECA has been meeting the needs of the industry with quality products at reasonable prices.
No-Dig Down Under will feature a three-stream conference program, covering rehabilitation, installation and condition assessment and utility location when it takes place in March.
Costly excavations were avoided at a block of flats in London thanks to Scanprobe’s TrapJumper, exclusively available in Australia and New Zealand through Pipe Core.
SECA’s CCTV courses are scheduled to return in November after three long months in lockdown in New South Wales.
Alternative Lining Technologies’ specialised sewer maintenance structure rehabilitation method is helping keep sewers and wastewater systems working better for longer.
VAPAR digs into the data on its pipe assessment platform which processes and organises inspection footage from inside wastewater pipes.
The Rangedale team was engaged to deliver cold cutting works on a high-risk pipeline in Victoria earlier in 2021.
The partnership will see Unitywater leverage artificial intelligence for its asset management.
Pipe Core prides itself on evolving and diversifying its products and offerings alongside the industry’s move to UV equipment and consumables.
With its trenchless inspection and condition assessment expertise, SECA offers end-to-end result for its customers by supplying a wide range of CCTV cameras.
A new update of the Conduit Condition Codes of Australia, WSA 05-2020 Ver 4.1, arrived in late 2020.