The ABCs of CPP

Concrete pressure pipe has a long history, and continued refinements in production and installation have kept it a strong option for underground infrastructure.
The ABCs of CPP
At the City of Cincinnati’s Richard Miller Water Treatment Plant, more than 600 feet of 78-inch-diameter E-301 PCCP was used to reroute twin lines from the plant’s GAC treatment building to a new UV facility and then to existing clear well storage.

Concrete pressure pipe has been a go-to material for water and wastewater projects for almost 90 years.

While it has one of the longest histories of any material, concrete pressure pipe (CPP) also claims one of the lowest rates of failure. By combining the structural properties...

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