It was some years ago when this system was developed. What it entailed was the ability to be able to perform vital tasks that normally were performed below the surface of the ground, aboveground. After numerous tests and research was completed, the new system was put in place. Along with this system, the ability to conduct essential maintenance, repairs and installations on and of all forms of below the ground infrastructure, was the design, development and manufacture of a range of tools and machinery suited for its purposes. And one of the devices developed and put to work is that of the hydrostatic test pump.
This testing device is deemed safe to use. The work that it is required to do is safe as well. And it is also sustainable, in more ways than one. It is sustainable in the sense that all underground infrastructure through which fluids or liquids must past through is able to operate optimally for longer periods of time than the original lifespan would have predicted during its design and development phases. Hydrostatic testing is able to detect potential faults and infringements before they happen. And should this be the case, then all repair and maintenance work proceeds to schedule.
And in most cases, this is being done above the ground. Take the case of having to repair or replace a damaged piping infrastructure. No trenches need to be prepared. No technicians need to be lowered below the surface of the ground. An innovative and sustainable resin-like material is manipulated over and into the damaged pipe. And this enforcement produces a sound result. A case of; as new, which, in actual fact it essentially is. Safety in the workplace is greatly encouraged in using this innovative system.