Whoever said there can never be too much of a good thing was obviously a hopeless optimist. When a construction site, flood zone or other area has been inundated with water, removing it is vital to allow safe access and further progress in that area. Dewatering helps to make this happen for a wide range of situations, but it can be complex when you're dealing with a wide range of different fitting sizes and limited space to place them. Fortunately, Team Red Hed has the perfect solution. Here's how our space saver flanges can help you get the water out and get back to work.
If there's one thing that's true of water utility work, it's that every single inch counts. When you're adding a pump to the system, downsizing meters or retrofitting a new valve or other fitting, it can seem as though every millimeter counts. When your new fitting or fixture is just a touch bigger than the old one, what do you do? Before you tear out the whole setup, why not see what our space saver flanges can do for your situation? Here's a quick look at common applications.
It's fairly common in the waterworks industry to step from one pipe size to another, typically using a single flange or a series of fittings to make the connection happen. What if you need to fit the diameter change into a small area? We have a number of space saver flanges that help make the transition in the space needed, as it combines both connections in a single plate. But what can you do when you have a specialty situation that needs a different approach? At Team Red Hed Manufacturing, we believe in providing customized solutions for our clients when they're needed. Here's the story of how we helped solve a unique problem for an upcoming bid.