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Concrete Pipe Product List

Specialty adaptors are manufactured to connect concrete pipe to incoming or outgoing pipelines of different diameters, known as increasers and decreasers. Caps and plugs are available to fit over the bell or spigot end of concrete pipe to seal off the pipeline as required....

Lehigh Hanson Canada's concrete pipe businesses stock a variety of municipal cast iron products including frames, covers and grates to fit with concrete pipe products.

Catch basins are typically used to collect stormwater runoff, trap debris, and to direct the remaining water into a storm drain system. Sections can be customized to unique project specifications by adding flat bases, trapping hood pins, drain screens, and cored holes.

Concrete flared ends connect to concrete pipe as inlets and outlets for storm water ponds and culverts under roadways and approaches. Flared ends are sloped and sized to match 300 mm – 1500 mm concrete pipe. For larger pipe sizes of 1650 mm – 2100 mm pipe, a concrete box bevel with a cast-...

Concrete vaults are square manholes used to access pipelines, water meter chambers and underground detention tanks. Vaults differ from other flat-sided manholes in having a precast floor and roof cast moulded as a single piece, enabling a complete manhole to be installed with only two...

Precast headwalls are manufactured to suit most common pipe sizes. Using headwalls improves pipe capacity and efficiency by reducing inlet or outlet losses, reduces erosion around pipe outlets, and protects pipe ends from traffic and maintenance equipment.

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Manholes are typically used to access pipelines, junction points, valve chambers, sump pits, and underground detention tanks. Precast manhole sections can be customized to suit unique project specifications by adding flat bases, pre-benching, cored holes, and flexible connections.

Basic baffle oil interceptors are used for the detention of petroleum fluids and other liquid suspensions, protecting the environment from the discharge of contaminated stormwater runoff from parking lots, driveways, and other impermeable surfaces.

The inherent rigidity of concrete pipe results in minimal dependence on pipe-soil interaction for its structural strength and, as a consequence, is not as installation sensitive as flexible pipe. Concrete pipes are available in numerous specialty configurations including mitre bends, wyes,...

Precast boxes are typically used as a horizontal conduit where headroom is limited, but can be used horizontally or vertically. Precast box culverts can significantly reduce the cost of a project by reducing or eliminating formwork, dewatering, traffic control, and curing, when compared to...

The patented CDS Systems continuous deflective separation technology cost-effectively screens, separates, and traps debris, sediment, and hydrocarbons from stormwater runoff. CDS Systems are highly efficient oil and grit separators for use in municipal, transportation, commercial, or...