HDPE Perforated Pipes




Perforated HDPE pipe plays an integral role in many applications. Generally, perforated pipe is used to accelerate the removal of subsurface water in soils or to allow storm water to percolate into the soil. HDPE pipes are produced with slots or perforations to collect and convey subsurface water to a more favourable location for discharge. The perforations shall be approximately circular and arranged in rows parallel to the axis of the pipe. The locations of the perforations shall be in the valley of the outside surface.

HDPE perforated pipe is generally used for gravity flow water management applications including storm water drainage, subsurface drainage, sides of roadways, detention/retention systems, golf courses, athletic fields, retaining and foundation walls and agricultural drainage projects.

HDPE Perforated pipe is an ideal material for underground drainage construction. Industries and agencies recognized its benefits, and HDPE pipe has enjoyed a long history of success in roadway applications. HDPE pipe is lightweight when compared to other pipe materials, so it is more economical to transport and install. HDPE perforated pipe is very resistant to abrasion and chemical attack which can affect other materials. It is structurally strong and proven to support large earth loads. HDPE is an environmentally sustainable material.