Durable, strong residential drainage, septic leach field pipe
Soil-tight joints and multiple fitting options available
Withstands freeze/thaw without cracking or shattering
out of 189 reviews
89% recommend this product
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Mar 31, 2020
I selected the ADS triple wall pipe because I wanted some flexibility vs the stiff green sewer pi...
I selected the ADS triple wall pipe because I wanted some flexibility vs the stiff green sewer pipe or the black corrugated flexible pipe because of the possible dips and particle build up. It did exactly as I had figured . I did add 3 inspection T pipes for the eventual grate or emitter at the ground level when the soil settles. I did make sure to make the fluted /female opening in the "opposite direction" of flow of water to ensure there would be minimal leakage if any and using a 4 foot long level to ensure that I had a continual slope during the installation. I did rent the NEW HD power trencher "ride on" advised by the rental department That was the wisest decision . I had completed the trench excavation in 2 1/2 hours 120 feet long and 20 +/- inches deep including the removal of many large rocks .Probably one of the best choices and ease of installation I had done. Very happy with these choices.
After note : After installation I noticed during a heavy rain some stones drained out pretty much ensuring that the white pipe was the wiser choice.
These triple wall drainage pipes are perfect for my application. I needed to divert and bury the ...
These triple wall drainage pipes are perfect for my application.
I needed to divert and bury the gutter spouts away from the house foundations and into my garden area. The previous owners had a long gutter pipe just laying on top of the lawn. I felt that was ugly and wanted to bury the drainage pipes. These were perfect for the job. Nothing earth shattering here - just a hand dug trench about a foot, foot and a half below ground to divert water.
The four inch pipe is sturdy enough and was easy to cut with most any saws - I used my handy DeWalt pull saw. Using a simple 4 inch elbow from the downspout to the drain pipes was a no-brainer. The pipes connect to each other with a built in collar - no glue or sealant required. I made sure that the trench and pipes had a good pitch away so water drains fully away from the house and does not collect in the pipe.
I've used these pipes in the past for the same project around two other sides of my house and they're perfect for the job. They are sturdy, will not collapse, and have smooth inside walls where leaves and dirt will not be trapped in crevices - versus those other corrugated pipes.
I do not recommend nor will I ever use corrugated piping for any underground drainage project.
These triple ply drainage pipes are superior to corrugated piping in all aspects.
A bonus about these pipes is that you can use them for workshop dust collection systems as well - and they are perfect for that project that I'll be doing soon!
I like this product. Strong, rigid, lightweight, and easy to cut. And quite reasonably priced. We...
I like this product. Strong, rigid, lightweight, and easy to cut. And quite reasonably priced.
We are having our driveway redone in pavers, so I decided to run a drain pipe from the downspout to the bottom of the driveway to avoid rain flushing over the pavers. After the pavers are installed, I will cut the pipe down to a couple inches above and cut out the downspout pattern into a cap to fit over the pipe.
The product worked well for my drainage application. It was a little thinner than I expected so ...
The product worked well for my drainage application. It was a little thinner than I expected so I'm hoping that it will hold up to top pressure once buried underground. I could stand on it with no deflection so it looks like it will work well. Assembled very easily and was easy to work with.
I purchased these pipes for my hydroponic garden and they worked very very well. PVC PVC glue does not work very well on these pipes. I ended up using flexible couplings to seal the pipes on the ends with a cap and in the center.
I installed a vertical garden over the Memorial Holiday weekend on our side yard (facing east), I drilled 2" holes on both sides of the pipe with 6" spacing and I cut the pipes to 92"and filled with Miraclegrow. I plan on planning more strawberries, lettuce, peas, basil etc, with the 10 pipes we have 140 plant positions (see attached pics),
this product is very easy to work with and rigid enough to stand up to my needs, (we tested one pipe for 3 weeks and we have red, yellow and green pepper growing with strawberries at the bottom.