pipe laying

pipe laying

[′pīp ‚lā·iŋ]
(engineering)
The placing of pipe into position in a trench, as with buried pipelines for oil, water, or chemicals.
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THE arrival of a 1,000 tonne structure at Port of Blyth has marked a major milestone in an ongoing project that will see the creation of one of the world's largest pipe laying systems.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Sadra Company completed 105 kilometers of pipe laying operations on the seabed at a distance between Lavan Island and Reshadat oil field in the Persian Gulf waters.
NATIONAL Grid is starting a new programme of pipe laying in Coventry.
The March Group currently represents a provider of trenching and pipe laying for placement of electrical and telecommunication wires.
A NORTH-EAST firm, which has built one of the world's biggest marine pipe laying machines on Teesside - has been described as "the future and the best of the past" by a local MP.
Norwegian subsea installation contractor Cecon ASA said on Wednesday (5 March) that it has awarded the Dutch company SAS Gouda BV an order for pipe laying equipment, including a 200-tonne pipe tensioner.
Councillor Margaret Adams said the town had suffered from the whiff some years ago and added: "Some people reckon the problem could lie in the town's old pipe laying.
A GDMC color brochure shows that it is the only company to integrate four areas of service--diving, diving support, pipe laying and liftboats.
The output power of the new ARROW 2 Pipe Laying Laser almost 5.
A trenchless pipe laying technique, like that developed by Devin Lemarchand Environment in Chavenay, France, may be a way to minimize frustration and some real hazards.
Forum) is pleased to announce the entry into an agreement with MRTS, an operator of offshore pipe laying vessels based in Moscow, Russia, to sell two Perry[TM] XLX ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles).