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Culvert HDPE 18 in. x 20 ft. Corrugated Pipe, HDPE 1820

SKU # 133085699
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Culvert HDPE 18 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 1820
Product Inner Diameter: 18 in.
Product Length: 20 ft.
Product Outer Diameter: 20.75 in.
Product Weight: 129 lb.
Product Width: 20.75 in.
Special Feature(s): N/A
Type: HDPE Culvert
Wall Thickness: 2.75 in.
Manufacturer Part Number HDPE 1820

Does this culvert require any product to secure 2 of these pipes together? or does it simply hook together on the end? We ordered 2 of these, but want to know if we need anything to secure the two pieces together, and if yes, what is it?

Asked by: Karen281
No, HDPE culverts are equipped with a bell on one end and a spigot on the other. Slide the bell end of one pipe over the spigot end of the other to complete the connection.
Answered by: CodyP
Date published: 2018-09-13
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