Single wall corrugated HDPE pipe is ideal for drainage projects where flexibility, lightweight and low cost are important.
Solid, Perforated and Perf Socked in stock. Plus every fitting you need to get the job done.
Single wall corrugated pipe has kept farms, golf courses, parks and playing fields dry for decades by channeling away excess underground moisture.
Homeowners find that the single wall HDPE corrugated pipe is an economical, easy–to–install solution to common residential stormwater drainage problems. These may include downspouts runoff, foundation and window well drains, driveway culverts and wet spots on the lawn. Single wall HDPE pipe is also used for highway edge drains, culverts and other construction applications where economy and durability are a priority.
Also offering Redline Subdrain. A great alternative to Db2. Check with your municipality to ensure it’s applicable for your job.
Looking to better understand the long-term value of subdrains? Check out our blog Proper Drainage at Work: The Long-Term Impact of Subdrain Installation. Or if you’re considering installing subdrain for the first time, here’s how you can Get the Most From Your Farm Drainage Investment.
You can also explore Subdrain frequently asked questions.
Below you’ll find a sizing guide for the Subdrains (Drainage Tile, Big O Pipe) that are always in stock for immediate pickup or delivery.
|Size||Description||Roll Size (feet)|
|Perforated with filter||125, 5,300|
|4″||Solid||20, 100, 250|
|Perforated – small coil||100, 250|
|Perforated with Filter – small coil||100, 250|
|Perforated – maxi coil||4,000|
|Perforated with Filter – maxi coil||3,800|
|Heavy Duty 320kPa (S, PF)||250, 4000|
|Heavy Duty 320kPa (PF)||250, 4000|
|6″||Solid||20, 100, 350, 800|
|Perforated||20, 100, 350, 800, 1400|
|Perforated with Filter||20, 100, 350, 800, 1400|
|Heavy Duty 320kPa (S, PF)||Special Order|
|Heavy Duty 320kPa (Filter)||Special Order|
|8″||Solid||20, 100, 350, 800|
|Perforated||20, 100, 350, 800|
|Perforated with Filter||20, 100, 350, 800|
|Flexible Doublewall – Non Perf||825′|
|Flexible Doublewall – Perf||825′|
|Flexible Doublewall – with Sock||825′|
|Flexible Doublewall – Fine Cut||825′|
|10″||Solid||20, 100, 600|
|Perforated||20, 100, 600|
|Perforated with Filter||20, 100, 600|
|12″||Solid||20, 100, 330|
|Perforated||20, 100, 330|
|Perforated with Filter||20, 100, 330|
|Flexible Doublewall – Non Perf||320 ft|
|Flexible Doublewall – Perf||320 ft|
|Flexible Doublewall – with Sock||320 ft|
|Flexible Doublewall – Fine Cut||320 ft|
|Fine Cut||150 ft|
|Flexible Doublewall – Non Perf||190 ft|
|Flexible Doublewall – Perf||190 ft|
|Flexible Doublewall – with Sock||190 ft|
|Flexible Doublewall – Fine Cut||190 ft|
Subsurface drainage through Subdrain/ Weeping Tile installation and management works by removing excess water from fields. Improved field drainage creates significant benefits for your soil health, environmental impact, and increased crop yield for larger profits year after year.
1. Reduces Excess Water
Subsurface drainage redirects water away from areas with a high water table. This is critical for areas with frequent flooding and soil saturation that can negatively impact crop health.
2. Increases Drought Tolerance
In areas where drought is a challenge, subdrain systems can be used to improve water retention in the soil, or divert excess rainwater to holding ponds for future use.
3. Minimizes Erosion
Soil erosion and degradation can be caused by excess rainfall, resulting in loss of soil volume. This can be magnified by traditional plowing methods. Improved drainage can reduce the impact of heavy rainfalls, helping to preserve soil nutrients and the surrounding areas of your property that can be affected by erosion.
4. Lowers Environmental Impact
Agricultural runoff can be high in dissolved minerals and organic compounds, which can cause issues for neighbouring water supply. A drainage system will ensure that this runoff is redirected to avoid local rivers and ponds, protecting the local ecosystem.
1. Removes Excess Water
Effective subsurface drainage removes excess soil water in the root zone, allowing for improved soil aeration. Prolonged exposure to saturated conditions and poor soil aeration can stress the crop, reducing yield.
2. Increased Workability
Drainage can improve field trafficability, allowing more reliable field access while reducing compaction. Drier soils are less susceptible to compaction than wetter soils.
3. Deeper Roots
Drainage enables crops to establish deeper root systems in fields, allowing greater access to nutrients and soil water.
4. Improved Consistency
Drainage can reduce the year-to-year variability in yields from poorly drained fields. Drainage can increase nitrification (the conversion of ammonia to nitrate) in most soils, providing more nitrate for plant uptake.
Farmers have told us that they expect a 10 – 20% increase in crop yield after investing in proper drainage.
*Always check with your municipal requirements prior to installation.