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4 in. x 100 ft. Corex Drain Pipe Perforated with Sock

  • Light weight, flexible, durable singlewall drainage pipe
  • Sock limits soil infiltration into the perforated pipe
  • Economical solution to residential drainage problems
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Product Overview

Advanced Drainage Systems is the world's largest producer of corrugated HDPE pipe and related drainage products. ADS serves the storm and waste water industry through a global network of 56 domestic and international manufacturing plants and 27 distribution centers. In addition to its flagship N-12 pipe, the company offers a complete line of fittings and other accessories including, Nyloplast drainage structures, and various geotextiles. Made from high-density polyethylene, the 4 in. x 100 ft. Corex Polyethylene Pipe is perforated and then enveloped in knitted polyester black sock to prevent migration of soil into imported backfill and the pipe.
  • Made from high density polyethylene makes this product resistant to corrosion and abrasion for a longer use-life cycle
  • Polyester fibers are knitted to create a superior protective covering for perforated drainage pipe to prevent migration of native soil into imported backfill and pipe
  • Pipe is still lightweight and flexible for easy installation and use
  • Lightweight and flexible for easy installation

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Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)3"4"4"4"
Product Length (ft.)100250100250
Corrugated Pipe FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesPerforated
MaterialHDPE (High Density Polyethylene)HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
Pack Size1111
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Specifications

Dimensions

Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)
4"
Product Length (ft.)
100

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Corrugated Pipe Features
No Additional Features
Material
HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
150
Minimum working temperature (F)
-50
Pack Size
1
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Pipe & Tubing
Product Weight (lb.)
28.7
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Warranted to be be free from defects in materials and workmanship in normal use and service.

Questions & Answers

43Questions19Answers

How deep can you bury this pipe? Could it withstand being put behind a 4-6 ft retaining wall, und...

Asked by Anna February 27, 2021
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Answer

This pipe is commonly used around house foundations- up to 8 feet deep.

Can this be buried 18 inches deep with gravel on top, while last 6 inches with fabric and then d...

Asked by Gary October 16, 2020
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Answer

Yes we did that and works great.

To install is gravel still needed?

Asked by John August 16, 2020
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Answer

Yes it is. Without the gravel dirt, will be in direct contact with the pipe and quickly block the holes. clogged holes, game over.

If I'm using the Corex Drain (w sock), do I still need to line my tench with fabric? I will be s...

Asked by Lisa August 10, 2020
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It all depends on how you plan on using it. The sock on the piping keeps dirt and debris from clogging up the pipe. If you need to keep your trench separate from the surrounding ground will determine if you'll want to line your trench or not.

How would you connect this to a PVC Pipe? My backyard is what needs the drainage and I was hoping...

Asked by Jeff May 13, 2020
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If it was me I would pull mesh over the end of the pipe and tie it off. Then make a small hole in mesh. Insert pvc through small hole into the larger pipe. The water should flow through drainage pipe as long as you have it on a slide downward grade.

Is $208 the correct price?Everywhere else sells it for under$100.Why is the 250’ only $20 more?100’= $208 and 250’=$228?

Asked by Matt March 8, 2020
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4”X100’ perforated no sock=$63.19, 4”X100’ perforated with sock=$208.32? Meanwhile 4”X250’ perf w/o sock=$204 and 4”X250’ perf w/ sock= $229.38. The Pricing doesn’t make sense.

How deep does it have to be in order to drive over it. And what to use as back fill

Asked by Angel September 13, 2019
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This question is somewhat difficult to answer without knowing the specific situation being addressed. So I will give some general recommendations. First, when using perforated pipe with sock...the assumption is that there is a need to create drainage for an area, therefore the best backfill for this is 3/4 clean gravel all around the pipe...at least 6 inches for the best results. Second, I'm assuming your question about driving over it may mean you are going under a gravel driveway...for that I would recommend you transition to 4" schedule 40 PVC pipe to give the strength to handle what might drive over it...cars, delivery trucks, etc. the depth really depends on what keeps the water flowing via gravity...1/4 inch drop per foot is the minimum...the pipe should have at least 6" inches of gravel over the top...more is better...also dig the minimum width trench to place the pipe. Hope this helps.

Can I use this pipe to drain into outside sump pit? To remove standing water. I would pitch the pipe of course.

Asked by SG March 11, 2019
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You could use this pipe, but you have to keep in mind that the pipe is perforated the entire length. Water can go out the holes just as easily as it comes in the holes. If you want to transfer all of the water to an outside sump you will have to keep this in mind.

If the entire circumference is perforated how does it move water? Is there a bottom or top when i...

Asked by CEW February 4, 2019
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No there is no top or bottom if you have the pitch lower the correct way it will work be sure to use gravel all around the pipe

Can this pipe be used for a small lateral field?

Asked by NotaPlumber October 5, 2018
1
Answer

Yes it can

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Customer Reviews

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Working as intended.
Had a large "low spot" behind the barn that never got completely dried out. Trenched and installed this pipe (with appropriate gravel base/cover) and in the last couple of storms, water has drained away within a couple hours, not a couple days. Having the fabric sock already installed saved a *TONNE* of time, well worth the cost (I've helped put socks on pipe before - less fun than it sounds). ONLY nit i would pick with this is the thinness of the actual pipe, was actually expecting a more robust construction at this price. Overall, I'm satisfied with this purchase.
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Best drain pipe ever used
Had a bad drainage problem with water sheeting completely under the house and up to a depth of 6 inches at times. Used this drain pipe to install a french drain and despite heavy rains have had no further water problems whatsoever. This product is absolutely wonderful!!! It exceeded all my expectations.
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The 100ft is good but waiting on if the other...
The 100ft is good but waiting on if the other 50ft is on the way?
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Conveniently wrapped in a sleeve, worked well for the retaining...
Conveniently wrapped in a sleeve, worked well for the retaining wall!
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