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Pro 4 in. x 100 ft. HDPE Perforated Drain Pipe

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Product Overview

Patent-pending, innovative 4 in. x 100 ft. perforated single wall drain pipe with alternating sections of flexible and standard corrugated sections. Provides the same lightweight, durable, and low-cost drainage solution in a more compact and versatile package. Flexible sections allow for product to package in a more compact footprint for improved storage/transportation, reduces memory when un-folding, and provides a built-in elbow every 4 ft. if needed in applications.
  • Lightweight, durable polyethylene construction
  • Patent-pending compact packaging improves storage and transportation of long lengths
  • Reduced coil memory during installation
  • Flexible sections allow for up to 180 turns every 4 ft.
  • Perforated design draws water away from wet areas in landscape
  • Compatible with all standard 4 in. corrugated pipe, fittings, and Flex-Drain products
  • Flex-drain has a full line of fittings
  • Exceeds ASTM standards

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Pro 4 in. x 100 ft. HDPE Perforated Drain Pipe
BrandAdvanced Drainage Systems FLEX-Drain
Name3 in. x 100 ft. Corex Drain Pipe Perforated with Filter Sock4 in. x 100 ft. Corex Drain Pipe Perforated with Sock6 in. x 100 ft. Corrugated Pipes Drain Pipe SolidPro 4 in. x 100 ft. HDPE Perforated Drain Pipe
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Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)3"4"6"4"
Product Length (ft.)100100100 ft100
Corrugated Pipe FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesPerforatedPerforated
MaterialHDPE (High Density Polyethylene)HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)PolyethyleneHDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
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
Perforated
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 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Manufacturers Warranty - Free from defects in materials and workmanship

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 27 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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This, FLEX-DRAIN PRO 4 IN. X 100 FT. HDPE PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE, BLACK has the density needed to ...
This, FLEX-DRAIN PRO 4 IN. X 100 FT. HDPE PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE, BLACK has the density needed to last a long time! Due to the harsh inclement weather, it took awhile to install and get some pics. The pipe has sufficient openings to carry a lot of water run-off. It is long enough for a medium-sized yard so you shouldn’t have any issue in not having enough.
by TheTruthSayer
FLEX-DRAIN PRO 4 IN. X 100 FT. HDPE PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE, BLACK This stuff is super easy to ins...
FLEX-DRAIN PRO 4 IN. X 100 FT. HDPE PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE, BLACK This stuff is super easy to install with the flexible elbows every 4 ft. It’s sturdier than other brands of perforated black pipe. Backfilling didn’t collapse the pipe as had happened with other brands. The flexible elbows allow for sharper corners without kinking the pipe. The 4 inch size is perfect for areas with large amounts of water saturation.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
I found the flex drain 4 inch tubing easy to work with and use. I had to run a new French drain f...
I found the flex drain 4 inch tubing easy to work with and use. I had to run a new French drain for a washing machine line and used this tubing to do it. Once I had my new trench dug and had a good 1 inch per foot drop established I put a even layer of sand to cradle the tubing and bedded it in with sand on top of that and then back filled it with dirt. I had enough tubing left over I was able to run hose from my dust collection system in my shop to my table saw and it also worked great for that.
by trubble
1 person found this helpful
The "FLEX-Drain Pro 4 in. x 100 ft. HDPE Perforated Drain Pipe, Black", is an excellent product. ...
The "FLEX-Drain Pro 4 in. x 100 ft. HDPE Perforated Drain Pipe, Black", is an excellent product. Its design, allows you to make sharp turns every (4) four feet and to run 100 feet of flex drain pipe without any elbows or couplings. The savings are fantastic, installation, storage, and staging. I liked and I recommend it. For more information please see: https://www.homedepot.com/p/FLEX-Drain-Pro-4-in-x-100-ft-HDPE-Perforated-Drain-Pipe-HP4100P/308643526
by TOMASANT
1 person found this helpful
We got this Flex-Drain perforated drain pipe along with another 100 ft. of Flex-Drain solid drain...
We got this Flex-Drain perforated drain pipe along with another 100 ft. of Flex-Drain solid drain pipe in order to channel rainwater coming from the roof down to our garden. Our house is on a hill, so gravity works. We used the solid pipe where we just wanted to move water, and perforated pipe to distribute throughout our garden and orchard. It is very sturdy, and the flex portions make it easy to bend it where we want it to go. Dealing with 100 feet at once is difficult, though, and if we didn't need the sturdiness, it would have been easier to just buy the 10 foot sections.
by lefty
So lets start by saying this is a great product for drainage issues. I have a driveway that flood...
So lets start by saying this is a great product for drainage issues. I have a driveway that floods every time it rains, the area gets to about 6" deep. I feel this produst is just what I need. I will start by trenching at the low spot at the corner of driveway dig it down about two feet for 100ft. I'm going to buy a drain that works with this type of pipe. From all I have read about this product I should have no problems. Lets start digging
by donne77
We received this Flex-drain pipe from UPS. The manufacturer placed the pipe in a large cardboard...
We received this Flex-drain pipe from UPS. The manufacturer placed the pipe in a large cardboard box for shipping. The box was not very heavy. It is nice to know this can be ordered and shipped via UPS for delivery. As you can see in the picture of the bundle, the flexible portion for turns and bends can accommodate a very tight turn if required. I like the fact that slots rather than holes are provided in the perforation portion of the pipe.
by mixerdude
I ordered the 100' FLEX Drain PRO to create two french drains. The pipe came in one large 100' bu...
I ordered the 100' FLEX Drain PRO to create two french drains. The pipe came in one large 100' bundle that I will seperate into two 50' sections. Included in the box was an instruction sheet. This pipe is 4" in diameter. It has flexible sections every 4 feet which allows it to easily be adjusted around obstacles or ground contours. There are alternating perforations that allow water to drain evenly. This pipe is designed with french drains in mind. It snaps securely together with various accessories without the use of tape. The plastic is sturdy and should last a long time.
by Harry
1 person found this helpful
I've got a big drainage problem that I think this will solve. I've got a place on a hillside tha...
I've got a big drainage problem that I think this will solve. I've got a place on a hillside that was never leveled properly; quite the opposite, when it rains water pools up around the foundation of the buildings, instead of flowing away. I hoping that rather than regrading the entire hillside property, I can lay this perforated pipe (in the lowest area), just below the surface with some stone around it solve my problem. I won't really know until I get the pipe laid and I get a heavy rain (it could be months, as I live in Arizona, and it's only a problem during the monsoon season, 6 months away). I was initially going to lay this in 12' sections, but after talking to a Home Depot rep, he advised that long solid sections were easier to deal with as you didnt have to keep the joins connected. He also thought that the continuous pipe would drain fast accumulating water better than jointed sections. I took his advice, and you can see what a 100' section looks like below. It really is not that heavy, a 100' probably about 25 lbs. I started by laying it out, and I probably have 20' extra. I'll be digging a 1'x1' trench, putting 1" base gravel at the base then laying the drain pipe and covering it with 1.25-1.5" of pebbles. In the end I want it to look like a river. But I have some work ahead to get that done. I'll update this once I get a big soaking rain, but I'm pretty confident this is a proper solution. I found that the pipe did not straighten quite as easily as I hoped, but it straightens out better once it was exposed warmer sunlight. The pipe is pretty dense and is not easily crushed, I don't see any way that the buried pipe could be damaged. The corrugation of the pipe helps to strengthen it.
by Tcubed
1 person found this helpful
This Made-In-The-USA 100' polyethelene drain pipe arrived with excellent packaging in a box that measured about 59" x 20" x 27". It is a little stiff to work with now that it is colder, but it will be easier to put in place because of the flexible elbow sections every 4 feet. Included in the box is a sheet of installation tips. The perforations are well-spaced and should drain easily. It can use standard 4" pipe fittings if connections are needed. This drain pipe is just what I need to divert some of the rain water away from the house. My old drain is very old and not functioning properly and this is much better than what I have in the ground now. I was hoping the get the project done quickly, but the snow and cold decided to finally arrive in PA and I will have to wait until weather is milder. ALthough the tips sheet shows burying it in dirt, I would surround the pipe with gravel so that it does not clog with dirt over time (on my old trench, I placed stone on the bottom, but not the top and the dirt has clogged it.
by DoubleL
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