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Footage Gas products include our extensive line of PE / HDPE / Steel Hydraulic & Manual Squeeze Off Tools, ‘Big Shot’ Underground Piercing Tools and More!

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Footage Water

Footage
Water

Click here to learn more about our great selection of water products, including The ‘Big Shot’ underground Piercing Tools, Tapping Tools, Service Line Replacement Tools & More!

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Footage Custom Machining

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Custom Machining

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‘Big Shot’ Underground Piercing Tools Troubleshooting
The use of piercing tools has been an easy-to-use and cost-effective alternative to trenching for the past century. They are an ideal tool to use in the installation of utilities under existing landscapes and structures. Footage Tools’ pneumatic piercing tool the ‘Big Shot’ creates a compact hole that will allow contractors to install underground water, […]
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Gas leaks becoming a common news headline
A trend amongst multiple news outlets within multiple areas, are seeing a trend in gas leaks; there’s more of them happening. Many are caused by accidents and unforeseen circumstances—where as others are due to older gas mains, as they will wear out over time.
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Tips
New Tool Helps Worker Safety
When South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. began searching for an effective small-diameter PE squeeze-off and repair tool it went north—way north—to the manufacturing facilities of Footage Tools in Toronto, Canada.
http://www.footagetools.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/trouble-shooting.jpg
Tips
‘Big Shot’ Underground Piercing Tools Troubleshooting
The use of piercing tools has been an easy-to-use and cost-effective alternative to trenching for the past century. They are an ideal tool to use in the installation of utilities under existing landscapes and structures. Footage Tools’ pneumatic piercing tool the ‘Big Shot’ creates a compact hole that will allow contractors to install underground water, […]
http://www.footagetools.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Underground-Piercing-Tools-Troubleshooting.jpg
Security
Gas leaks becoming a common news headline
A trend amongst multiple news outlets within multiple areas, are seeing a trend in gas leaks; there’s more of them happening. Many are caused by accidents and unforeseen circumstances—where as others are due to older gas mains, as they will wear out over time.
http://www.footagetools.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/pipelinejournal.jpg
Tips
New Tool Helps Worker Safety
When South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. began searching for an effective small-diameter PE squeeze-off and repair tool it went north—way north—to the manufacturing facilities of Footage Tools in Toronto, Canada.

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  • ‘Big Shot’ Underground Piercing Tools Troubleshooting

    ‘Big Shot’ Underground Piercing Tools Troubleshooting

    The use of piercing tools has been an easy-to-use and cost-effective alternative to trenching for the past century. They are an ideal tool to use in the installation of utilities under existing landscapes and structures. Footage Tools’ pneumatic piercing tool the ‘Big Shot’ creates a compact hole that will allow contractors to install underground water, gas, irrigation, cable, fiber or electrical lines under buildings, streets and yards with little disruption to surrounding environment. Like all tools, however, you may experience some issues with use. This may be due to operational error or environmental surroundings.

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  • Gas leaks becoming a common news headline

    Gas leaks becoming a common news headline

    A trend amongst multiple news outlets within multiple areas, are seeing a trend in gas leaks; there’s more of them happening. Many are caused by accidents and unforeseen circumstances—where as others are due to older gas mains, as they will wear out over time.

    Read more

  • New Tool Helps Worker Safety

    New Tool Helps Worker Safety

    When South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. began searching for an effective small-diameter PE squeeze-off and repair tool it went north—way north—to the manufacturing facilities of Footage Tools in Toronto, Canada.

    Read more

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