Corrugated HDPE Pipe

Lane provides the complete product line to meet all your HDPE drainage needs - the full range of diameters, single-wall and dual-wall productions, options for standard perforated patterns, and custom fabricated fittings. Lane’s HDPE pipe offerings can meet all the subsurface drainage demands of your site, building, roads and pavements. Whether made from prime virgin resins or with recycled materials, Lane’s HDPE pipe has the strength and service life needed for your project.

Specify HD100 and HD100EC Pipe
HD100 and HD100EC are today’s top two standard corrugated polyethylene drainage pipes featuring a dual wall, a smooth interior and the century-long service life your customers deserve.

Specify HD100 to meet AASHTO M252 or M294
HD100 exceeds the AASHTO standards by using 100% virgin resins with enhanced long-term properties. Lane’s higher material standards are aimed to ensure a minimum 100-year service life.

Specify HD100EC to meet ASTM F2648
HD100EC exceeds ASTM F2648 by using an engineered compound with better long-term properties than required by ASTM and AASHTO. The engineered compound is designed to produce material properties capable of passing the industry’s 100-year service life protocol.

HD Tough
igh Density PE - Exceeds material, performance and testing standards
Heavy Duty Pipe - Easily withstands the rigorous demands of the construction process
High Durability - Chemically inert with high stress crack and oxidation resistance

Give it 100%
% virgin resin (HD100 only)
Minimum 100-year service life
A Manning’s roughness coefficient as low as 0.0100 

HD100EC is Green, But Costs You Less of it:
Produced from an Engineered Compound utilizing recycled resins
Eco-friendly product for the Environmentally Conscious
Use of recycled resins produces an Efficient Cost material

Manning’s N-Value for Design
Tests consistently show a Manning’s n in the range of 0.009 to 0.011. The major investigation (2005 Utah State University) recognized an effective Manning’s n as low as 0.0100. Manning’s n for design is conservatively factored to 0.012 for in-service performance.

Joint Performance
Bell and spigot joints with a factory-installed gasket meet the watertight requirements of ASTM D3212 (laboratory pressure tested at 10.8 psi).

Why Would You Use Concrete Pipe? When HDPE Pipe:

  • Is more economical in every respect.
  • Has a high strength to weight ratio.
  • Has longer pipe lengths and a lightweight construction for quicker installation times.
  • Has less shipping and handling concerns and no need for heavy lifting equipment.
  • Has greater resistance to corrosion and a longer service life.
  • Can function with a pH as low as 2 when concrete pipe is limited to sites greater than 5.
  • Has fewer joints (i.e. fewer problems).
  • Is not easily damaged during handling and shipping.
  • Does not have a reduced wall thickness and a reduced strength at the joint.