Our HDPE drainage products are used in a wide variety of end-use applications:
• Storm and sanitary sewers
• Retention/Detention systems
• Highway drainage
• On-site waste water treatment
• Landfills and waste management
• Residential drainage
1. Structural strength.
HDPE's toughness and flexibility enable it to withstand deep fill heights and extended live loads. Hesu pipe is engineered to exceed all the national structural design requirements for earth and live loads. HDPE will not crack or break during proper installation, and maintains its impact strength at sub-zero temperatures.
2. Abrasion resistance.
Decades of in-situ testing and real-world installations have demonstrated polyethylene's interior toughness. It is used successfully with harsh mining and dredging slurries and is virtually immune to damage from even the most aggressive sewer cleaning tools.
3. Light weight.
Polyethylene weighs 50 to 75% less than comparable steel pipe and is about one-tenth the weight of concrete. This translates into easier handling, smaller work crews, reduced heavy equipment requirements, and improved safety.
4. Chemically inert.
HDPE is highly resistant to corrosion and is immune to galvanic and electromechanical reaction. Polyethylene can safely be used with soils or effluent with a pH range of 1.5 to 14.
Meets GB/T19472.1-2004, HG/T3091-2000.
HDPE Double Wall Corrugated Plastic Drain Pipe is ideal for drainage projects where
flexibility, light weight, and low cost are important. It is available in 4" (110 mm) through 32" (800 mm) in 20' (6 m) lengths and also in 13' (4 m) lengths for smaller trench boxes.