Reinforced Concrete Pipe

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Reinforced Concrete Pipe is the most readily available and most cost-efficient of the concrete pipe shapes available.

APPLICATIONS

Reinforced Concrete Pipe is designed for:

Culverts
Sanitary sewers
Low head pressure water transmission
Storm drains
Jacked or tunneled systems

SIZES

Reinforced Concrete Pipe is normally available in diameters from 12 inches through 144 inches.

JOINTS

The following joints are normally available for reinforced concrete pipe:

Tongue and groove with mastic or butyl sealant
Concrete joint with single-offset and profile gasket, rubber or neoprene
Concrete joint with confined O-ring gasket, rubber or neoprene
steel-end rings with confined O-ring gasket, rubber or neoprene (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Joint Type R-2)

Linings/Coatings

A variety of linings and coatings are available as dictated by project conditions.

Fittings/Specials

A wide variety of fittings and specials is available to augment circular pipe. Specials include:

Tees
Wyes
Elbows
Reducers/increasers
Adapters

Applicable Specifications

Applicable Specifications
ASTM C655 — Reinforced Concrete D-Load Culvert, Storm Drain and Sewer Pipe
ASTM C443/AASHTO M198 — Joints for Circular Concrete Sewer and Culvert Pipe Using Rubber Gaskets
ASTM C361 - Specification for Reinforced Concrete Low-Head Pressure Pipe

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