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Rehabilitation of Underground Infrastructures in Saint-Ferdinand


Michaël Bérubé

Sales representative
Eastern Quebec | Mauricie | Madeleine Islands

The Context

As part of its underground infrastructure rehabilitation project, the municipality of Saint-Ferdinand needed to replace 11 old galvanized corrugated steel pipes (TTOG) with a diameter of 1500mm, exhibiting corroded bottoms, along the Domaine-du-lac road. 

The Solution

For this complete rehabilitation project, the municipality of Saint-Ferdinand and the contractor decided to opt for a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) KUSTOMFLO pipe with a diameter of 1800 mm. 

In a culvert or storm sewer, the most frequent problems are often related to joints. By choosing KUSTOMFLO pipes with a length of 5.7 meters, the number of joints is minimized compared with traditional 2.44-meter concrete pipes.    

This project was made possible through the supervision of the Fédération des municipalités and their engineering department.  


Advantages and Benefits

The unique technology.

Unlike fixed standard solutions, KUSTOMFLO pipes allow for the adaptation of pipe profiles to meet specific project needs and applicable standards. Over 100 different profiles available to meet all needs.

  • Bell thickness up to 200 mm.
  • Pipe profile adapted to the internal pressures or loads applied on the pipe
  • Allows for manufacturing of custom-made products
  • Complete range offering diameters from 600 mm to 2400 mm and on demand from 300 to 5000 mm
  • Lightweight, fast installation and resistance to de-icing salts are also advantageous features associated with HDPE KUSTOMFLO pipes.
  • Over 100 years of lifespan.

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