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Aarhus, Denmark - SUEZ have recently joined forces with Danish engineering and consulting firm, EnviDan , to test Ice Pigging on drinking water pipes around parts of Denmark.
Together with Trefor Water, Aarhus Water, VIA University and MUDP, several Ice Pigging demonstrations and tests were performed over the course of a week and showed significant benefits.
Project Engineer with EnviDan, Gudmunder Andresson, had this to say:
“Our testing has gone really well. Visually, we can see the benefits which indicate that the pipes are much cleaner after the ice has passed through. But of course, we have taken a lot of samples during the process and are analysing all of the data."
Danish news TV2 Ostjylland reported on the project as Rasmus Bærentzen explains how the process works.
Dirty ice from pipe
Phil Pettit, International Account Manager for Ice Pigging explains the process to VIA University students