Panel-shaped AdvanEDGE HDPE pipe offers quick drainage response and is ideal for time-critical applications such as high-traffic roads and track beds. Other popular uses include building foundation drainage, golf courses, athletic fields, airport runways, railroad truck ballast, and perimeter "curtain" drainage for landfills and leaching fields. AdvanEDGE HDPE pipe is offered in 12" and 18" heights and in coils up to 400 ft.
Designed with a difference
AdvanEDGE pipe does not rely on the geotextile for structural support. Instead, its strength is derived from a corrugated cylinder maintained by pillars located strategically throughout the core. The result is a series of oval-shaped sections with all-direction strength. This completely enclosed waterway with fewer projections allows AdvanEDGE to function as a pipe, discharging more water to the outlet.
Competitive panel-shaped products depend on the tensile modulus of a geotextile wrap to maintain an open flow channel. When this low-modulus fabric collapses, the waterway is obstructed, reducing its hydraulic efficiency.
HDPE has an unbeatable combination of mechanical and chemical properties for drainage pipe applications. Many competitive geocomposite cores are made from less desirable materials, such as low density PE or styrene.
The slim-line profile of AdvanEDGE HDPE pipe allows for installation in a narrow trench, easily dug with high-speed trenching equipment. Combined with the geotextile wrap, it requires no gravel or select backfill, and can be installed directly against a wall or structural member. The innovative coupling system provides secure connections that can withstand installation stress.