Baie-Comeau Leads The Way With Another Bionax First
This installation marks another first for IPEX in partnership with Baie-Comeau as the 20” 235 psi product is part of the 2016 Bionax line extension from our Edmonton Alberta manufacturing facility.
Bionax Survives Directional Drilling
Last October, a watermain break changed the perspective of a construction supervisor in Southwestern Ontario.
City of Summerside Takes Advantage of New PVCO Technology
As a PVC-friendly city, Summerside, Prince Edward Island (PEI), planned to use PVC pipe as it began Phase II of its Pope Road watermain expansion project. The project required 300 meters of 400 mm (16-inch) pipe, and was taking place in an area of the city with no existing waterline.
Large Diameter Bionax® meets Quebec
Road 104, outside the city of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, PQ, is the first location in the province of Quebec to install large diameter (14") Bionax® pipe. But Bionax was only part of the seven kilometer story.
Ottawa Installs 16 inch Bionax
The Cardinal Creek Village project in Ottawa marked the first time that the City of Ottawa used 16-inch (400mm) Bionax PVCO (molecularly oriented polyvinyl chloride) pipe from IPEX.
A Wise Choice Made 30 Years Ago
In the early 1980s, decision makers in charge of the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion infrastructures had a sense of vision and made a responsible choice for the lasting benefit of the tax payers. A vision that would ensure durable infrastructures for over 30 years. The technical services, in cooperation with the public works department, decided a major shift for products to be used in potable water distribution applications. Since then PVC has become ``The Material of Choice`` made by the City to meet the overall needs, taking into account the existing soil conditions throughout the territory.