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4 in. x 10 ft. Corrugated Pipes Drain Pipe Perforated

  • Light weight, flexible, durable singlewall drainage pipe
  • Economical solution to residential drainage problems
  • Downspout runoff, foundation drain, driveway culvert, landscaping
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Product Overview

Advanced Drainage Systems is the world's largest producer of corrugated HDPE pipe and related drainage products. ADS serve 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 single wall corrugated HDPE pipe is ideal for drainage where flexibility, light weight and low cost are important. The pipe is joined with a cleated bell, split coupler, internal coupler or snap coupler and is soil-tight.
  • Made of high density polyethylene
  • Flexible polyethylene construction installs with ease in uneven terrain
  • Strong construction helps withstand weather and human elements
  • Pipe is perforated to allow water to enter and be transported away
  • Installed in culverts, parking lots and highway edge drains

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Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)4"4"4"4"
Product Length (ft.)28810
MaterialHDPE (High Density Polyethylene)PolypropylenePolypropyleneHDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
Corrugated Pipe FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesPerforatedNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Pack Size1111
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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.)
2.86
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

64Questions17Answers

Do I need a sock or fabric liner to wrap around perf pipe?

Asked by Barry February 17, 2021
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It depends on the usage and the backfill and soil conditions. A Google search will list several resources. For instance, I used this without a sock to divert downspout water away from my house and to dry out a low area of the yard to a drainage ditch at the edge of the yard. Since the downspout water would keep it flushed out each time it rains, there's really no need for a sock. If properly installed with the holes down over top of 2" of washed pea gravel and then more pea gravel at least half way up the drainpipe, then most soils likely wouldn't need a sock even without getting flushed periodically. If the high end of the pipe is accessible to flush it out with a hose periodically, then a sock may not be needed either. Maybe you're draining water away from an artesian spring that flows heavy in the spring - that would keep the pipe flushed out as well. If not using pea gravel, and with no plan for flushing the pipe, or if the soil is mostly fine clay, then I would go with the type that has the sock pre-installed.

Can I slit this length wise and put around young treesr? Specifically is it flexible enough to open along the cut?

Asked by Yaledc October 7, 2020
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I haven't used it this way, but don't see an issue with that, as long as the circumference of the trunk is relatively-close to the diameter of the pipe you're using.

Is this perforated pipe recommended for installation beneath a concrete slab? We have a gutter do...

Asked by estrella13 September 28, 2020
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The drain pipe would be fine, but the installation is holding all the water. It needs to go down at the end also to drain properly.

Is it ok to use this on the inside of the house for a perimeter French Drain system

Asked by WetBasement August 9, 2020
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The day I put mine in as drain system off the Calvert it hasn't rained yet, so time will tell

What is the Outside Diameter? O.D.

Asked by sqwib August 5, 2020
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Sure,let me run out to the site and dig it up so I can measure it for you.

is rock always needed under this?

Asked by herbie June 2, 2020
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I am actually putting some three-quarter rock underneath my 3 inch tubing because it is perforated meaning that it has holes in it. If you are using solid pipe you don’t need to use any rock at least that’s what I’ve been told

How long is the material it's made from supposed to last?

Asked by Ryan May 30, 2020
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The plastic material will last virtually forever once it's properly installed. The real problem is when will it fill up with accumulated dirt. So, if you bury it in 57 natural gravel stone and don't cover it over with topsoil it will last the longest without filling in. Dig the ditch 12" x 12", set the pitch to 1/4" per ft., put 3-4" gravel in the bottom, then cover to level ground. I have french drains that have lasted 25 years and still working.

Why is the pricing backwards? normaly when you are buying per foot, buying more is less per foot ...

Asked by Russ May 26, 2020
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Supply and demand... And convenience. You could buy smaller rolls and connect them, or pay a bit more for the convenience of a longer roll. If you want to see how the prices will affect the total job price, make sure to factor in the couplings (if you need them). Plumbing costs often go this way. Loot at some of the prices for PVC fittings. A coupling and a slip coupling are almost identical (the one just has an extra little ridge of plastic on the inside), yet the simpler one that is easier to make costs 3x the price because of the convenience when using it (demand). Its a dog eat dog world out there, stay safe ;)

Is this manufacturer's HDPE material considered food safe? I want to use this in SIP raised bed ...

Asked by Mike May 18, 2020
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HDPE does not leach chemicals. I used it for wicking beds. ~ Wicked Cool Elder Beds 2020

How many slots per valley with this product? I have tried to find the information on the company ...

Asked by BSeipel May 18, 2020
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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 96% recommend this product
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Durable pipe for light duty drainage. It is thin walled...
Durable pipe for light duty drainage. It is thin walled pipe and will easily be crushed. Great for foundation drains.
by Steve
Exactly what it's supposed to be.
Exactly what it's supposed to be.
by Barnacleballs
1 person found this helpful
I used this drainage pipe for fathead minnow spawning in my pond and should work great. I used 1"...
I used this drainage pipe for fathead minnow spawning in my pond and should work great. I used 1" poly bird netting and three bricks to weight it down to keep from floating.
by Leek
Worked great and worked well with the related fittings. Seems sturdy enough not to get crushed du...
Worked great and worked well with the related fittings. Seems sturdy enough not to get crushed during backfill, and not to be easily punctured. Right product for diverting downspout water away from the house.
by ROBERT
This product works well for installing french drains and gutter drain extensions. Its lightweight...
This product works well for installing french drains and gutter drain extensions. Its lightweight and easy to cut and there are a million and one fittings available to help you complete your project. I've used this product many time over the year and I have never had any issue with this perforated pipe, and i will continue to buy it in the future.
by Renos
1 person found this helpful
Installed for a French drain. Seems to be working because when it rained again my basement didn't...
Installed for a French drain. Seems to be working because when it rained again my basement didn't flood.
by Drain
3 people found this helpful
Actually using this in landscaping around my trees. Works great. The flexibility makes it easy t...
Actually using this in landscaping around my trees. Works great. The flexibility makes it easy to shape and it holds much very well.
by HomeDepotCustomer
2 people found this helpful
It was exactly what I needed and the crew helped me get it early
Online ordering was easy. My item wasn't ready when I arrived but the crew was able to help me find it and load it into my truck and save me another trip.
by Chris
3 people found this helpful
by KWOK
Perfect for French drains
Perfect for French drains
by MacKool
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