I was able to find 45 degree angles at one of the big box stores.
There are Green drainage grates, but not drainage pipes.
Yes, they Cut it in store. They charged me for the 10” but I only needed 6”.
Yes. Glue is not required. This is DRAIN PIPE. Used underground where seepage is not a concern. Elbows, wyes, etc. SHOULD be glued with normal PVC pipe cement to prevent movement of joint during assembly and burial. After that, leaks don't matter as it will still carry fluids (water) to it's final 'daylight' or other distribution system. If you plan to use THIS pipe for other purposes that require pressure or vacuum, the bell end should be removed and glue applied to whatever union you are using. All fitting for THIS pipe are 'specifically for IT ONLY and other fittings for schedule 40 PVC pipe WILL NOT FIT!
Mine is used for below ground surface water irrigation. About 1 to two feet down. But mine is driven over by vehicles as well.
The O.D. of THIS pipe is different than the O.D. of Schedule 40 pipe. I don't know if THIS pipe's manufacturer makes a cap for it, so, likely answer is NO.
How deep can you dig?
Yes it can be be buried under concrete but make sure that it is the thicker of the of the Sewer and Drain Pipes sold at Home depot. Thanks
it is $10.98 a pipe and you may need 16 of them .so it will cost about $176.