Feeding the nation and the world, the American farmer has relied on drainage pipe to maximize land efficiency. Since introducing corrugated pipe to the United States in 1966, ADS has led the industry in providing quality pipe, fittings and other accessories to improve the effectiveness.
ADS offers a wide variety of specialty fittings and accessories to assist in agricultural water management. Such items include molded and fabricated tees, wyes, elbows and caps. Specialty items include Hickenbottom risers, geotextiles and grates.
Constructed from heavy duty PVC, Nyloplast structures are the exceptional choice over heavy and cumbersome concrete manholes and drain basins. Drain basins, curb inlets, and inline drains are all easily installed with minimum equipment and manpower. Capable of handling H-20 loads, Nyloplast structures provide a watertight seal with excellent economics.
The Nyloplast® Water Control Structure combines the superior Nyloplast basin technology with the ability to control level and discharge dynamics and modify them based on outside boundary conditions and current conditions.
ADS offers a variety of products to prevent siltation and to keep debris and animals from entering your drainage systems.
ADS offers products for the Water Service, Agriculture, Landscape Irrigation and Potable Water Service Markets.
Offering a minimum recycled content of 40%, ADS MEGA GREEN HDPE pipe is the developer's and designer's choice for "green projects", helping you meet LEED requirements.
Since introducing corrugated dual wall pipe in 1986, N-12 pipe has become accepted across the nation as a superior alternative to reinforced concrete pipe and corrugated steel storm sewer pipe. Available in 4”-60” diameters, N-12 pipe offers superior hydraulics combined with corrosion and abrasion resistance, to provide a strong durable choice for storm water management. N-12 pipe is also used in grain aeration and in animal feed operations for waste removal.
Our perforated and non-perforated single wall pipe, in 3”-24” diameters are ideal for drainage plans where flexibility, light-weight durability and economics are key to the overall success of the project. Smaller diameter pipe, available in coils up to 2500 feet, is predominantly used for field drainage. Larger diameters, available in 20 foot lengths, are used primarily for mains and culverts. Other applications include grain aeration and animal feed operations for waste removal.