New ADS N-12 ST IB Pipe Improves Drainage Efficiency
HDPE pipe is a popular option for various industries due to its durability and flexibility. Proper installation of HDPE pipe is essential to maintain its high level of performance. Here are some important steps to follow for proper installation.
1. Lower the pipe into the trench
- Use nylon slings for larger diameters
- Workers should be able to handle 18 inch or smaller pipe
2. Clean the receiving pipe's bell
- Remove any foreign matter
3. Clean the spigot end of the connecting pipe
- Remove the protective wrap covering the gasket
4. Apply suitable gasket lubricant
- Always use an approved lubricant
5. Assemble the pipe with the backhoe and sling method
- Maintain a low insertion angle
- Use an installation stub if necessary
6. Shorten the pipe if needed
- Cut the pipe to desired length
- Remove any burrs from the cut edge
7. Join a replacement coupler or fitting to the shortened pipe
- Install gasket properly
- Create a homing mark
- Clean and lubricate the gasket and bell
8. Clear away bedding and backfill
- Inspect the joint during and following assembly
Proper installation of HDPE pipe is essential to maintain its high level of performance. By following these steps, you can ensure that your HDPE pipe will provide the durability and flexibility that you need.
HDPE Pipe Installation, Backfill Procedures (Part 3)
Installing HDPE pipe requires proper backfill material and compaction to ensure a successful installation. In this article, we will discuss the acceptable backfill materials and compaction requirements for each class of material.
- Acceptable backfill materials are categorized into three classes: Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3.
- Class 1 backfill material consists of angular crushed stone or volcanic Eve with minimum compaction requirements by dumping the backfill into the trench and knifing the material under the hunch of the pipe.
- Class 2 backfill consists of gravel and gravel sand mixtures, while Class 3 backfill consists of silty gravels or sands with compaction required for both materials.
- Other materials, including native soils not identified as Class 1, 2, or 3 materials, are generally not suitable as initial backfill materials.
- Refer to the pocket installation guide for further definition of Class 1, 2, and 3 materials compaction requirements and maximum lift heights between compaction efforts.
- It is always important to knife the backfill material under the Hodge of the pipe to prevent voids and ensure even placement of backfill material around the pipe.
- Dump the material directly on top of the pipe so it falls equally on each side of the pipe. This method will also keep the pipe from shifting during the backfill process.
Envelope Surrounding the Pipe System:
- The most critical area of the backfill structure is the envelope surrounding the pipe system.
- The backfill material surrounding the pipe provides strength to the pipe soil system and will largely determine how the pipe will perform.
- The envelope includes the bedding, the Hodge area, and initial backfill area.
- The initial backfill area extends to a minimum of six inches above the crown of the pipe, and only approved backfill material should be used in the bedding, haunch, and initial backfill area of the trench.
- Final backfill material can be alternative or native material with the approval of the designing engineer.
- Pipe systems through 48-inch diameters require a minimum 12 inches of cover above the pipe, while 54 and 60-inch pipe systems require a minimum 24 inches of cover above the pipe.
- If construction equipment used in the trench area weighs more than 25 tons, additional minimum cover is required for areas receiving heavy construction traffic between 30 and 60 tons.
- A minimum three feet of cover is required for heavier equipment, and if sufficient cover is not provided, mound and compact material over the pipe to provide the minimum cover needed during construction.
Proper backfill material and compaction are crucial for the successful installation of HDPE pipe. Following the recommended procedures outlined in this article and in the pocket installation guide will ensure quick, efficient, and successful installations of HDPE pipe. For additional information, contact your local sales representative, our engineering department, or visit our website.
How to Join Corrugated Pipe - Easy DIY & Hurricane Awareness
Hey, good morning! Chuck here with Apple Drains. Today, we're at the beach, and it's pretty windy, so I might talk over the video to explain things. But we're going to do some pipe connections to show you all the different ways that you can work on that French drain, downspout drain, yard drain, channel drain, and all of those applications.
- Let's start with corrugated pipe. It's a piece of organic pipe, and you have seen me do this many times. What we're gonna do is cut off about a five-inch section, maybe six inches, whatever. Cut that off.
- Then, we're going to split this pipe in half. I like to try to follow that green line. This will become our coupling. It's an insert. Let me show you. We're going to squeeze it together really tight. We're going to stick it in one side, and we'll stick it in the other side. Just twist it until it snaps together, and you can see it makes a perfect coupling. I mean, a perfect coupling. You want to see inside? Let's take a look.
- So, can you see? No obstruction at all. It fits perfectly inside the pipe, and it is very strong. You can't pull that apart. It fits perfectly inside the pipe. So, if you're still wanting to go buy a coupling, this is an insert, just like I made it. It has barbs on the outside, made by ABS. It snaps into the pipe very tight. You won't be able to pull that out, and you can stick your next piece on, and it makes the same type of fitting. Same exact type of fitting. But I think that cutting the piece of corrugated pipe a small short section, squeezing it together actually makes a much better coupling, and it's virtually free.
- Other types of couplings available. This is an exterior four-inch made by ADS, and it works kind of the same way. It snaps in place, but it's exterior. So, when we put the next piece on, you can see it makes a great connection. These are about three dollars a piece. I like to use these more than any other coupling. If I'm going to buy one, I like to use this one. Pretty strong, but not as strong as my insert. You can actually pull this apart. You can see that it comes apart, but a very inexpensive way to join your pipe together.
- The way I discovered this was, we were way out in the country one day. I ran out of fittings on a job, and I thought, you know what, I can make an insert, and I did. And I made this insert. It's virtually free because you've got so much scrap material from your install. Make your own coupling.
- Are you ready for this year's hurricane season? You know it's just around the corner. Make your plans now. Know your evacuation route. That's very important. And if you're not going to evacuate, try to get your supplies. Here's just a short list: food and water, keep your gas tank full, fill those medicine and prescriptions, radio, battery phone charger, and some cash on hand. These are things that you really might need during a hurricane. Every storm is different, category one to a category five, the amount of rainfall and damage. Don't take a chance. Be prepared. Get those supplies now.
- Hey, this is Chuck with Apple Drains, reminding you that if you believe you can do something, I guarantee you'll enjoy it. Have a great day, and be sure to check out the new channel, French Drain Science. The link is in the description box below.
In conclusion, pipe connections are an essential aspect of a successful drainage system, and there are various types of couplings available in the market. However, making your own coupling using a short section of corrugated pipe can be a much better and cost-effective option. Additionally, being prepared for hurricanes and other natural calamities is crucial, and it's essential to have a plan and necessary supplies to deal with such situations.
Why Corrugated Pipe is Better than PVC Pipe Anywhere in the World
- The article discusses the use of PVC pipe in yard drains and its limitations.
- The author, Robert Sherwood, advocates for using alternative options for yard drains.
1. Problems with PVC Pipe in Yard Drains
- PVC pipe has low inlet capacity, making it unsuitable for high volume water flow.
- It requires a layer of stone underneath to function properly, leaving standing water in the trench.
- The standing water attracts tree roots, compromising the drainage system over time.
2. Alternative Options for Yard Drains
- The High Octane system has a high inlet capacity and does not require a layer of stone.
- Baughman tile's 8 slot pipe is the strongest and most inlet pipe available.
- The alternative options require less maintenance and do not attract tree roots.
3. Benefits of Alternative Options
- The alternative options remove more water than stone alone.
- They are suitable for yards with no slope and can be wrapped to level the surface.
- They do not require cleaning out and have a longer lifespan.
- PVC pipe is not the best option for yard drains due to its limitations and the problems it can cause over time.
- Alternative options such as the High Octane system and Baughman tile's 8 slot pipe are stronger, more inlet, and require less maintenance.
- Homeowners should consider these alternatives for a more effective and long-lasting drainage system.
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How Do I Run a Drainage Pipe Under a Driveway?
- Robert Sherwood, host of French Draymond Channel
- Common question about what pipe to use for drainage system under driveway
- Importance of using strong pipe
Benefits of Using Six-Inch Pipe:
- Larger diameter = stronger pipe
- Schedule 40 four-inch is not as strong as schedule 40 six-inch
- Buffman Tile Company's virgin yellow six-inch single wall pipe is strongest on market
- Ideal for drainage systems with vehicle traffic
- Heavy and harder to work with, but worth it for durability
Considerations for Installation:
- Homeowners can use high octane yard drainage pipe for specific areas with less traffic
- Consider leaving extra dirt to maintain grass during drought season
- Perforated and solid pipes can be used in conjunction with inlet basins and blind inlets
- Six-inch pipe is the strongest option for drainage systems under driveways with vehicle traffic
- Buffman Tile Company's virgin yellow six-inch single wall pipe is recommended for maximum durability
- Considerations should be made for installation and maintenance during drought season.
Установка инсталляции унитаза. Душевой трап. ПЕРЕДЕЛКА ХРУЩЕВКИ от А до Я. #18
Hello friends, as always, Pavel Sidorik here with another episode of my channel on restoration and decoration. In this final series on plumbing in my project Change from Khrushchev from A to Z, I will install the pipe and share the most popular comments from the first two series.
- The entire structure will be on the nightstand.
- The leather is installed in the lowest spot considering the sewer's slope.
- The device is very simple, and the leather is adjustable.
- The entire film is later removed, and the design is straightforward.
- The installation consists of a steel frame with an in-built basin where a toilet tank is hung.
- The installation will be mounted on studs and anchors, and the water supply will be stiff.
- The toilet plugs and guides are inserted, and the rough plumbing is completed.
- Why did I use polipropylene in my work? It is the most widespread material in Belarus and is reliable and affordable.
- Why did I bake polipropylene? It compensates for linear expansion, and there are no issues baking it.
- Why did I not change the risers of hot and cold water supply? It is not necessary in Belarusian design solutions for houses.
- Why did I not install a check valve? It is not needed here, and most of my clients do not install it.
I hope you enjoyed this episode. Please like, subscribe, and leave a comment. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone!
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