Knowledge Center for Professionals: Technical Webinar Recordings, Installation Videos, etc.
Our success depends on our professional partner's success. Uponor Infra plans to host and deliver a series of technical webinars to review best practices in the design, engineering and installation of structural polyethylene engineered systems. Until today, thousands of professionals worldwide have attended our technical webinars, seminars, gaining hands-on product experience, design and installation instruction. Tap into our expertise center to stay updated on topics valuable to civil engineering and construction professionals.
Please Note: Uponor Infra's standard policy is to issue PDH certificates for live participation in the webinars only.
Watch all webinars on our YouTube page.
Put a dent in your CSO event: Technical Webinar Recording
Flooding, pollution and property damage are common effects of an under sized or an antiquated stormwater management system. If left unchecked these systems could lead to an unwanted consent decree. Combined sewer overflow storage in underground basins can often be utilized to minimize or eliminate CSO events. Uponor Infra's webcast reviews best practices in the design, engineering, and installation of buried structural polyethylene storage basins. Project profiles reviews Weholite Large Diameter (11-ft) Manifold and Modular Rectangular systems including the largest stormwater detention system recently completed in Canada.
Minimizing Lifecycle Costs while Maximizing Power Profits for Run-of-River Projects Webinar Recording
Run-of-River (ROR) hydroelectric generation projects in NA continues to grow at a significant rate due to low power generation costs and abundant resource locations. Of key importance when developing ROR applications is penstock material selection and installation design. Failure to address these critical parameters could result in significant revenue generation losses. Uponor Infra compares various penstock construction materials, design and engineering considerations, installation, return-on-investment, discusses other solution offerings in support of site infrastructure and a case study review in this webinar. Watch now to learn more!
Structural Polyethylene Engineered Systems Webinar Recording
Uponor Infra Ltd. manufactures Weholite® and Wehopanel® that are lightweight profile wall high-density polyethylene (HDPE) materials that can be designed and fabricated for an infinite array of applications. Uponor provides full service manufacturing and engineering support of creative, innovative and best-value designs for use in the water, wastewater, and stormwater management industry. Weholite carries a 100-year design life in most applications. All Uponor's Engineered Systems are manufactured under strict AWS polyethylene welding standards and can be custom fabricated to meet the needs of any application. Watch this webinar recording to learn more about Engineered Systems.
Hip To Be Square: Rectangular Modular HDPE Systems
Uponor Infra is one of the world’s largest designer and manufacturer of structural HDPE storm water retention/detention systems. Uponor Infra knows that the tools of the past, cannot solve the problems of the future so R&D and innovation is at the forefront of what we do. Working closely with our municipal partners, Uponor Infra’s modular and innovative designs, create dynamic solutions; solutions that can be expanded later to meet future needs.
Inspect & Detect: An Evaluation Guide for HDPE Penstocks
In this webinar, our sales and engineering professionals at Uponor Infra discuss the following:
- Inspection of Penstocks
- Differences in Penstock Materials
- Reasons for Maintenance Activities
- Types of Inspection Equipment
- Case Study: Inspection of BC Hydro Aberberfeldie Penstock
- Existing installed HDPE Penstocks
Culvert Reline: Don't Dig & Replace, Simply Reline with Weholite
In this webcast, our sales and engineering professionals at Uponor Infra (Canada) discuss:
- Large diameter Weholite pipe design
- Material testing and re-line system
- Benefits of Re-lining vs. replacing