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SEA OUTFALLS IN CEYRANBATAN (AZERBAIJAN)

In 2013, construction work began on the ultrafiltration plant in Ceyranbatan (Azerbaijan), with a treatment capacity of 520,000 cubic meters (m3) per day to meet the demand for drinking water in Baku, the capital and most populous city of the country. The water catchment was carried out through the execution of three feed lines (sea outfalls) in Lake Ceyranbatan executed by pipe jacking methodology. Each pipeline had a length of 455 meters and an internal diameter of 1600 mm.

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Izamiento de la tuneladora a su llegada a puerto.

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