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“ This is a 60-in. diameter pipe laid out prior to installation in Nashville, Tennessee.


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BETTER PARTS THE Applied Process Inc. clocks the competition.


With so much riding on your parts, you simply don’t have time for inferior-performing solutions. As the industry leader in providing austempered ductile iron (ADI), Applied Process develops parts that meet the most stringent industry standards…time and time again. ADI parts are stronger, lighter, quieter, more uniform and have greater wear- resistance—providing increased performance with decreased production costs. It’s time to put the power of Applied Process to work for you.


If a


utility digs up


a ductile iron pipe and returns it to the (metalcaster), or any scrap dealer, it can be made into new pipe. You can’t do that with PVC. Ductile iron pipe is simply the smart, strong, sustainable


choice.” —JEFF OTTERSTEDT


of ductile iron have been made, and restrained joints that were introduced in the 1960s are now used by virtually every pipe material. Corrosion control research that’s been performed has also led to advancements in durabil- ity,” Gaston said. “Even more recently, a zinc coating and topcoat has been made available and many utilities are adopting it and using 100-year service life planning.” Corrosion control research has also


led to advancements in durability and production. “We’ve embraced an environmen-


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tal stewardship which our indus- try has pursued for quite a while now. Today we’ve gone through a pretty rigorous certification with the market for transformation to sustainability and achieving a smart certification for ductile iron pipe,” Horn said. “It included the develop- ment of a life cycle analysis which we did in the early 2000s and which we’re doing again right now. And that analysis allows the companies to see which aspects of their manu- facturing impacts various parts of the environment, including human health, climate and the consumption of natural resources. “It lets them see which parts of their manufacturing process have the largest impact on those various


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