Case Studies

Structural solutions. Dependable performance.

SprayWall® Defines Infrastructure Rehabilitation Strength:

SprayWall® was chosen by the University of Texas at Arlington in a 2020 study to create testing and application standards for spray-applied pipe rehabilitation liners in Department of Transportation markets.

This industry-defining academic study proves what we’ve known about SprayWall® for decades: it truly makes infrastructure stronger.

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Spraywall® in Montgomery Alabama

When it comes to protecting the water and wastewater systems that support our communities, it’s critical that a robust, reliable long-term solution is found.

Problem:

Montgomery Water Works and Sanitary Sewer Board was struggling with products that were on short-term fixes and materials that were delaminating from the surfaces within their sewer structures.

Solution:

After considering several products, SprayWall® was chosen for the job. Years later the product is still performing with rock-solid dependability.

Learn how Montgomery Water Works and Sanitary Sewer Board partnered with Sprayroq™ to find a long-term solution to their aging sewer infrastructure.

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Perry Point, VA

A federal facility built during WWII for the manufacturing of military grade explosives and converted into a Veterans Association Hospital Campus after the war. A freshwater treatment facility was built on the campus in the early 1950’s to provide potable water for the entire self-sufficient campus.

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Colorado

Rehabilitation of eighteen manholes. Approximately 200 vertical feet and two large vault structures approx. 10,000 sq./ft.

The job also dealt with below freezing temperatures and extremely narrow one-way roads for access.

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Medora, ND

Located 130 miles west of Bismarck along I-94, Medora is a famous little Badlands town with a significant tourism population.

Problem:

A 90” corrugated steel plate culvert (commonly referenced as CMP) that runs for 700 linear feet directly under Interstate 94 near Medora was badly decomposed.

Solution:

The solution design called for a 500-mil application, and it was decided to spray only the first 130 feet, starting from the point of entry at the inlet end.

The Sprayroq Certified Partner (SCP) successfully installed Spraywall without disruption to the Medora tourist traffic and while minimizing construction capital costs but also maximizing on Spraywall’s long term return on investment (ROI).

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