Agricultural & Turf Drainage
Corrugated pipe is lightweight and flexible for easy handling and installation.
Agricultural sites often use corrugated plastic pipe for culverts and field drainage. Culverts are often short — usually just wide enough for equipment to drive over — and must withstand substantial traffic loads.
Field drainage is an underground network of pipe used to collect groundwater and/or surface water. In low-lying areas, surface water can be collected using vertical risers which allow water to flow into the pipe below ground. Groundwater enters the buried pipe through perforations. Field drains typically discharge to a local ditch or other waterway. The type of native soil and the crops grown on the site will determine the pipe diameter, spacing, and depth of burial for optimum crop growth.