IDS GeoRadar’s Stream DP is the new compact GPR array solution for the highest depth performance in 3D utility mapping.
Vacuum excavators are the often unsung hero of the trenchless technology world, quickly and effectively moving soil when needed so that horizontal directional drilling can take place.
Civil and trenchless drainage specialist M Tucker & Sons is expanding its services it can offer customers and tackling no-dig waste at the same time.
When the Hong Kong Drainage Services Department identified a badly damaged pipe, it was Smart Lock’s sleeve solution that empowered contractors to successfully rehabilitate the damaged section.
kwik-ZIP’s centraliser and spacer systems are solving production casing centralisation challenges throughout the pipeline industry, in Australia and overseas.
Prime Drilling has earned a reputation as a supplier of high-precision horizontal directional drilling equipment not only in Australia but across the world.
In a bid to celebrate the achievements and growth of the trenchless industry, Trenchless Australasia will be running a new question and answer segment.
Drainchem is the provider of StoneAge Tools’ cutting-edge nozzle range – the Magnum series.
In the 1950s, asbestos cement (AC) material became popular in the pressure pipe industry because of its good performance and durability. Used until the mid-1980s, AC then became a banned material worldwide.
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.
In this new and regular column, Trenchless Australasia is tracking new appointments in Australia and New Zealand’s trenchless industries, celebrating the people who make the industry what it is.
In October, TRACTO Australia hosted a group of contractors and partners from Australia and New Zealand at one of the world’s largest construction events in Munich, Germany.
New Zealand is responding to projected population growth and upgrading ageing wastewater pipes in the country’s major trenchless works for the last year.
Te Aratika Infrastructure is a unique trenchless contractor, with education and a desire to improve the lives of its community a driving factor behind the company’s operation.
Central Highlands Water’s Ballarat Sewer Build will commence stage 2 of its duplication in 2023 with microtunnelling beneath Humffray Street South.
Trenchless Australasia has teamed up with Australian Tenders to bring readers the latest trenchless tenders.
Sewer Equipment Company (Aust), better known as SECA, is one of the country’s leading suppliers for pipeline, sewer and plumbing equipment.
Watercare’s tunnel boring machine for the Central Interceptor project in New Zealand has completed its undersea crossing of Manukau Harbour.
L&D Micro Tunnelling has released a video showing the progression of a trenchless installation in Melbourne.
KOR Equipment Solutions is holding a networking and demonstration day on Thursday, December 15 at its new Mount Druitt facility.
Veolia is teaming up with North American-based company Warrior LLC to provide an even better relining service to its customers.
Rob Carr has been announced as the platinum sponsor for No-Dig Down Under 2023, attaching its name to the southern hemisphere’s only large-scale conference and exhibition dedicated to trenchless technology.
All industry operators want to deliver quality work for their clients. Maxibor’s Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) Manager Rebecca O’Meley understands the connection between holistic safety practices and quality assurance in HDD.
Leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, has an ambitious goal: to improve the lives of the communities they serve and the environment they work in for generations to come.
Some of Auckland’s ageing wastewater pipes are getting a new lease on life thanks to trenchless technology being used to reline the pipes.