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      Ductile Iron Pipe Applications

      According to the American Water Works Association, the United States is expected to invest more than $1 Trillion dollars in underground water infrastructure with the amount growing over the next forty years. It is expected that Ductile Iron Pipe will be the primary piping supply for this infrastructure due to its superior qualities and long service life. 

      Potable Water

      Where does water come from that is used every day by millions of Americans for drinking, cleaning dishes and showering? Trace the water coming from these taps to its source and you’ll uncover a complex web of piping infrastructure, treatment plants, storage tanks beginning the journey at lakes, rivers, and other groundwater sources.

      The State Revolving Fund administrators across the country that finance this infrastructure will overwhelmingly choose Ductile Iron Pipe to replace failing infrastructure.

      Wastewater, Stormwater & Sewer Lines

      The United States has over 800,000 miles of public sewer infrastructure with an additional 500,000 miles of private sewer lines. Once the water enters a drain in households and businesses across America it’s transmitted to Wastewater Treatment Plans through a series of pipes. A local or state public works department or common utility will chemically treat the water before the water is emptied back into our environment. As dated infrastructure begins to fail, many of these pipes will be replaced with Ductile Iron Pipe lasting a minimum of fifty to one hundred years.

      Fire Water

      Fire hydrants are all connected to the same drinking water distribution system we all get our tap water from. This infrastructure is vitally important for communities giving firefighters the fuel they need to stop fires in their tracks. Many times we think of the fire hydrants in our residential communities, but with upwards of 45,000 wildfires per year across the United States it’s incredibly important this fire fighting infrastructure extends into our National Parks and Rural Areas.

      Wind Power

      The giant energy-producing windmills you see across the country are complex machines with large parts and high fatigue loads. Nodular Cast Iron like that of Ductile Iron Piping is used for hubs and structural parts to provide the superior strength and longevity needed to produce power for years to come.