Old hydrocarbons are depleted every year, which new objects are commissioned. For transportation of fossils, you have to lay hundreds of kilometers of pipelines. Often this has to be done in difficult geographical and climatic conditions. Swamps and rivers, rocky soil, salt marshes and deserts greatly complicate the tasks that designers and installers solve. To increase the economic efficiency of the industry, they have to provide reliable protection of pipes and a long service life of structures in parallel with a decrease in construction costs. Such solutions are implemented thanks to modern products for ballasting and strengthening the line of the pipeline.
When passing pipes through water obstacles or when they come in trenches in territories subject to flooding, it is necessary to prevent their surfacing. Textile container is designed for use as a weighting agent. These are two tanks connected together from technical polyamide fabric filled with soil. For fastening on the pipeline, containers are equipped with cargo ribbons from the same synthetic non -woven material.
To fill out only clean soil, without snow or peat. Ballast is covered in containers on the construction site before installing them on the pipeline.
Depending on the purpose, containers of various volumes and weights intended for pipes of different diameters are produced.
Application of textile containers:
– fully eliminates the need to use concrete weighting;
– ten times reduces the volume of cargo transportation;
– reduces the risk of damage to the insulating surface of the pipeline.
The anti -erosion container is another type of primer -filled products used in the construction of pipelines. It is a container of technical fabric with and sleeve filled with soil.
Such containers are used for the construction of technical driveways through the line of the pipeline, the construction of dams and to restore blurry sections of water bodies. Also, anti -erosion containers are used at underwater crossings and in areas where ice soil predominates.
Products are filled with mineral soil (without ice, snow or peat) from special bunkers, to which the sleeve of the container joins. The soil for filling, as in the textile container, is used by local (from the construction site or its environs).
The use of primed containers for pipe ballasting and strengthening or restoring the bottom of reservoirs allows you to repeatedly reduce the costs of materials in comparison using concrete or reinforced concrete products. Moreover, without prejudice to the reliability and durability of the structure.