Inland Pipe manufactures concrete pipe to suit a wide range of projects.
Rigid concrete pipe has minimal dependence on pipe-soil interaction for its structural strength and is not as installation sensitive as flexible pipe materials. Concrete pipe provides strength, durability, reliability, life cycle cost–effectiveness, and sustainability.
Concrete pipe variations are manufactured for a variety of special applications requiring bends, wyes, and manhole tee risers. Theses variations are produced to order and are not in stock.
Concrete Pipe Uses
- storm and sanitary gravity systems
- underground storage tanks
- culvert crossings
- pedestrian or wildlife crossings
Inland Pipe manufactures pipe to the following standards:
- ASTM C14 Non-Reinforced Concrete Sewer, Storm Drain & Culvert Pipe
- ASTM C76 Reinforced Concrete Sewer, Storm Drain & Culvert Pipe
- ASTM C361 Reinforced Concrete Low-Head Pressure Pipe
- CSA-A257.1 Non-Reinforced Circular Concrete Culvert, Storm Drain, Sewer Pipe & Fittings
- CSA-A257.2 Reinforced Circular Concrete Culvert, Storm Drain, Sewer Pipe & Fittings
Concrete pipe is also available in Straight Wall and Jacking pipe (tunnel pipe), Radius pipe, Oilfield pipe and Low-Head Pressure pipe.
Straight Wall Pipe
Straight wall pipe is normally pushed through steel casing pipes, whereas jacking pipe is supplied with grease nipples and steel bands on the leading edge to enable the pipe to be pushed directly through the soil. These types of concrete pipes are intended for installation under roads, railways and other areas where open cut trenches are not an option.
Radius pipe is used to make tight curves where deflected straight pipe and bends are not possible. Each piece of pipe is made with a 19mm skew on the spigot end to provide deflection of the flow without pulling of joints. By pulling joints, a tighter radius can be achieved. Click here for details of curved alignment that can be achieved for various pipe diameters and joint configurations.
Oilfield pipe is used for industrial sites where oil and gas may be present in groundwater. Each piece of pipe is hydrostatically tested, and is supplied with nitrile pipe gaskets that are resistant to corrosion by hydrocarbons.
Low-head Pressure Pipe
Low-head pressure pipe is manufactured to ASTM C361 Standard. It is used for installations such as irrigation supply lines or gravity sewer siphons, subject to low pressure (up to 125 feet or 38 metres internal head), where minimal leakage is acceptable.
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