CORRUGATED METAL PIPE (CMP, CSP, CASP, CAP)

Corrugated metal pipe is used extensively in flood control, drainage and sewer systems because of its economic value, strength and durability. The pipe is usually fabricated in 20-foot sections; however, sections in other lengths are available. The available diameters range from 6 inches to 96 inches and the available wall thicknesses are .064 inches (16 gage), .079 inches (14 gage), .109 inches (12 gage), .138 inches (10 gage), and .168 inches (8 gage). The pitch of the corrugation is two and two-thirds inches and the depth is one-half inch. For 6-, 8-, and 10-inch pipe the pitch is one and one-half inches and the depth is one-fourth inch. (See detail on this page for definitions of pitch and depth.)

CORRUGATED METAL PIPE-ARCH (CMPA, CSPA, CASPA, CAPA)

Corrugated metal pipe-arch performs the same functions as round pipe and is used primarily where there is limited headroom or cover over the pipe or where the hydraulic conditions necessitate its use. Corrugated metal pipe-arch, like corrugated metal pipe, is usually fabricated in 20-foot sections, although sections of other lengths are available. The pipe-arch is available in many sizes. The minimum span x rise is 17 x 13 inches and the maximum is 83 x 57 inches. The available wall thicknesses are .064 inches (16 gauge), .079 inches (14 gage), .109 inches (12 gage), .138 inches (10 gage), and .168 inches (8 gage). The pitch of the corrugations is two and two-thirds inches, and the depth is one-half inch (see detail on this page for definitions of pitch and depth).

PACIFIC “SEAM-TITE” LOCKSEAM SEALANT SYSTEM

“Seam-Tite” is a high performance single component polyurethane sealant placed permanently in the mechanical lockseam of corrugated or metal pipe. “Seam-Tite” is used in special applications to ensure a leak resistant pipe barrel. “Seam-Tite” is used on low pressure and gravity flow piping systems and is available on all our lockseam pipe products. Welded seam pipe is also available. (Separate brochure available).

DEEP CORE (3x1 & 5x1)

Deep Core is corrugated metal pipe which has a pitch of three inches or five inches and a depth of one inch (see detail on this page for definitions of pitch and depth). For larger diameters, this corrugation profile allows the user of lighter gauge material for any given loading condition and reduces the weight and cost of corrugated metal pipe by 30% to 60%. The use of Deep Core provides economy and strength in larger diameters. The standard length is 20 feet, although other lengths are available. The available diameters range from 42 inches to 144 inches. The available wall thicknesses are .064 inches (16 gage), .079 inches (14 gage), .109 inches (12 gage) and .138 inches (10 gage) and .168 inches (8 gage).

DEEP CORE (3x1 & 5x1) PIPE-ARCH

Deep Core can also be arched where limited head room is encountered. The available wall thicknesses are .079 inches (14 gage), .109 inches (12 gage) and .138 inches (10 gage). The minimum span x rise is 53 inches x 41 inches and maximum is 171 x 110 inches