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Culvert HDPE 12 in. x 20 ft. Corrugated Pipe, HDPE 1220

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Culvert HDPE 12 in. x 20 ft. Corrugated Pipe

  • Manufactured with smooth interior allowing for more efficient flow
  • Designed with a bell and spigot with a gasket for a water tight joint
  • Excellent abrasion and corrosion resistance
  • Long term drainage solution
  • High Density Polyethylene
  • Our culverts are DOT approved. They will support the weight of any DOT approved vehicle when installed correctly. If unsure of how to properly install, please seek professional advice.
Meets or exceeds AASHTO M252 and AASHTO M294 Type S

Specification Description
Application/Use: Used in driveway and roadway culverts
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Product Type: Culverts
Material: High Density Polyethylene
Maximum Operating Pressure: N/A
Number of Walls: 1
Operating Temperature Range: N/A
Part Number: HDPE 1220
Product Inner Diameter: 12 in.
Product Length: 20 ft.
Product Outer Diameter: 14.75 in.
Product Weight: 64 lb.
Product Width: 14.75 in.
Special Feature(s): N/A
Type: HDPE Culvert
Wall Thickness: 2.75 in.
Manufacturer Part Number HDPE 1220

How do you / Can you connect a 10' Culvert HDPE pipe to a 20' pipe to make a 30' length?

Asked by: DSBreeden
Yes-Our HDPE culverts are complete with a bell on one end and a spigot on the other. These are designed to slide together with no tools. As long as the pipes are the same size. The bell end on one pipe, should slide over the spigot end of the other pipe, completing the connection.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-08-23

How much weight can it handle....if used for an entrance way/ driveway

Asked by: poiu
These culverts are DOT approved, so technically they will support the weight of any DOT approved vehicle when installed correctly. Generally, we would still recommend seeking professional advice when installing if unsure how to properly install.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-08-24

I need to make a slight bend in the pipe to connect two driveway pipes that are at an angel to each other. How much of an angle or can the pipe be bent?

Asked by: wrmcgown
Bending culverts can restrict flow and potentially cause a blockage of debris. Although we do not recommend it, if storm water volume is very a low a slight bend in the pipe should not be an issue.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-10-15
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