Faqs of HDPE Pipes
HDPE is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic material and one of the most commonly used plastics. HDPE is the high density version of PE plastic which is harder, stronger and a little heavier than other variant of PE, but is less ductile.
Other types of plastic and iron pipes require joints to turn and link the pipe. These joints tend to lose water as it flows through the pipe. PE pipe is fused together so that the links are equally strong or stronger than the rest of the pipe, meaning that it holds water much better than other types of pipe.
Are there certain soil requirements for HDPE pipe?