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4 in. x 10 ft. 2 Hole Triplewall Pipe

  • Durable, strong residential drainage, septic leach field pipe
  • Soil-tight joints and multiple fitting options available
  • Flexible to withstand freeze/thaw without cracking or shattering
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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 ADS Triple wall has been designed to provide customers with an HDPE alternative to PVC D-2729 or Thin Wall Pipe and it meets or exceeds many of the requirements for PVC 27/29, per ASTM D 2729.
  • Triple wall pipe can be used for many applications including, onsite septic, retention walls, downspout runoff, sump pump outlets, foundation footers, and curtain drains
  • Triple wall pipe is unaffected by extended exposure to the suns heat and ultraviolet radiation, it is immune to freeze/thaw conditions while the characteristics of HDPE allows it to be corrosion resistant to acids, alkalis, and salts, and will not rust
  • Triple wall pipe is made of three bonded layers to provide exceptional pipe stiffness the smooth inner wall, corrugated structural core, smooth outer wall provide strength-to-weight ratio and stiffness rating at least double that of any competitive pipe
  • Spun welded bell end of ADS triple wall has been designed for a tight fit to provide a soil tight connect, and eliminates the need for glue
  • ADS triple wall will accept standard PVC or styrene sewer and drain fittings

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Specifications

Dimensions

Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)
4"
Product Length (ft.)
10

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Corrugated Pipe Features
No Additional Features
Material
HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
200
Minimum working temperature (F)
-50
Pack Size
1
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Pipe & Tubing
Product Weight (lb.)
4.25
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

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Do you absolutely need to back fill with gravel or can you direct bury? I've got several hundred ...

Asked by joeofalltrades April 3, 2019
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Yes. The best way to lay this in a trench is to (a) first line the trench with enough fabric to cover the walls and fold over the top (b) lay the perforated pipe in the trench, glue or screw the joints together (this is required if you live where the ground heaves from frost) (c) cover the pipe and fill the trench with gravel, (d) wrap the fabric over the top of the gravel, holding in place with yard, staples (d) you can cover with sod or stone (dry bed) as desired. A 2% (1/4" over 10' length) fall is preferred. Less fall can be managed if the drain pipe is daylighted. It's important to have the GRAVEL AND PIPE isolated from the dirt (bottom, sides, top) This will serve to block any soils and fines from entering the pipe, and will last for years. You may want to have a cleanout tee every 30-40 feet if you are draining roof gutters into this pipe and ou live in an area where your gutters may collect leaves Otherwise, the clean-outs generally are not necessary.

What is the usage of the 2 hole vs 3 hole pipe?

Asked by Jason June 26, 2018
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A two hole pipe, with holes facing downward at the 5 and 7 o'clock position will allow liquid (water or effluent, etc.) to be carried along the length of the pipe so as the liquid rises (in the pipe) it is distributed more or less equally from the holes along the soaking or distribution bed. For this to be effective the pipe slope must be minimal and fairly close to level: about 1/4 or so per 10 feet. Any steeper slope and the liquid will rush down the slope and collect at the end. I've never had a need for three hole pipe so I am not sure of how it would be used.

Is this pipe stronger than the black corrugated pipe and less likely to collapse under the earth over time?

Asked by Nick April 16, 2019
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Yes is stronger than the corrugated pipe but still can only be buried up to approximately 3 foot deep after that you made me stronger pipe

can this be cut down to size?

Asked by dr September 3, 2020
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Yes, the drain pipe can be cut to length with a sawzall, or if you don't have one, a hack saw will also work.

How much gravel is needed for a 60 ft run

Asked by Tom March 24, 2020
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The first part of the answer is - it depends on how deep and wide of a trench you are making. If you dig a trench that is 12" deep and 6" wide, and plan to lay 1" of gravel in the bottom, followed by the drain pipe, then covering the pipe on both sides and the top with 1" of gravel (filling half the trench with gravel (6"x6") - then covering it over with 6" of dirt), it will take approximately 12 cu. ft. of gravel for 60 ft. in length. If your trench is wider or deeper, then for each square inch when increasing in both dimensions, you will need an additional 0.4 cu. ft. of gravel. So, filling a 7"x7" trench with the pipe requires approx. 12.4 cu. ft., filling a 8"x8" trench requires approx. 12.8 cu. ft., and so on. It also depends on how thick you want to make the gravel around the pipe - these estimates are all based on appros. 1" of gravel surrounding the pipe on the bottom, sides, and top where there are flat surfaces; the four "corners" of the trench will have more than 1" because of the curve of the pipe.

Can this be used for radon buried in the stone of the foundation before pouring the floor?

Asked by N8 March 11, 2018
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NO !!

Is this better to use then the black perf pipe for a retaining wall?

Asked by Chris June 29, 2018
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It depends on how deep you are building the retaining wall if it is over 3 ft high then you need a stronger pipe

Can I use normal pvc fittings with this product? If not what should I use?

Asked by Nick October 8, 2019
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S&d fittings

Can you add drain cloth to this pipe for leach line with no gravel

Asked by Wondering October 27, 2018
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A leach line needs gravel hence the word leach line it needs gravel so that it can Leach out of the pipe fabric is only there to prevent debris from getting into the holes

this drainage pipe used under a road

Asked by wolfman February 7, 2016
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the pipe is very soft. Do not place close to the surface where transport can pass or the driver mows the grass.

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I needed to "dry" about 30 ft. of land along the side of my attached garage for future planning o...
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I needed to "dry" about 30 ft. of land along the side of my attached garage for future planning of fence installation purposes. The soil type is 4 inches on top of clay/sod mix and all clay underneath. The trench was about 66 ft. in length overall. All trench digging I did manually (shovel, wheelbarrow, muscle, sweat, etc.) because I wanted the project to be a little messy as possible. The trench was 15 inches deep and 14 inches wide. The overall drain system was constructed out of: #2 gravel, perforated drain pipe, 6 oz. contractor grade environmental fabric wrapping gravel and pipe in a "burrito". The system includes 3 service / inlet ports angled at 45 degrees and 1 outlet pop-up port. See pictures and a video (https://youtu.be/ybNtK4gNph8)
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It's a pipe, with holes...Works good for letting water in the top and flowing through out the end.
It's a pipe, with holes...Works good for letting water in the top and flowing through out the end.
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Working very good
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The only down fall to these are the connections are very lose. Cannot even glue them as they are ...
The only down fall to these are the connections are very lose. Cannot even glue them as they are so lose. So once you slide all your pieces together make sure you do not allow the middle to separate.
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This pipe worked great for new lateral lines. The bell end is deep (4-5") and the pipe easily sli...
This pipe worked great for new lateral lines. The bell end is deep (4-5") and the pipe easily slides together. Aligning the printing on the pipe helps to ensure the holes are lined up for all the pipe. Installed 100 ft of pipe in about 30 min...and by the way it's very easy to cut...used a sawsall. This pipe is a great value especially if you buy 10 and get the bulk price. The only question was in connecting it with thin wall elbows and tees which only have 1 1/2" deep bells. I think there is special glue for this type of pipe to connect to fittings, but used regular PVC glue...seemed to work. This pipe would be great for French Drains too!
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Fifty plus feet behind a retaining wall. I put it in place alone, and did it in less than an hour.
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Does what is supposed to do.
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