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Trevi ready to set new slurry wall record

Trevi has claimed that it is ready to set a new world record in terms of ground engineering by constructing a slurry wall to 250m below ground level, exceeding the previous record by 100m.

The company has worked with University of Bologna, the Polytechnic University of Turin and the Marche Polytechnic University to develop its new Tiger hydromill that is capable of constructing slurry walls to 250m.

Trevi has said that the machine has undergone testing that has validated the capabilities of the new hydromill and the DMS monitoring system that record the excavation parameters and verticality of the construction to the record-breaking depth.

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