High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is an extremely durable, heavy-duty material, with a service life that can exceed 100 years! It is the most environmentally friendly choice for managing storm water, and it ensures perfect watertightness when used in urban drainage systems. Corkum’s Pipe & Culvert Inc. provides HDPE culverts in Annapolis Valley and surrounds for road building, as well as for agricultural and forestry use.
HDPE is resistant to corrosion, abrasion, de-icing salts and vibration, ensuring a long life for the infrastructure. The relatively low cost of HDPE, combined with its minimal environmental impact, makes this material a great choice. Ask our expert staff about the various features of our culverts.
Soleno, a polyethylene pipe leading manufacturer in the country has stayed at the cutting edge of technology with years of solid performance behind them. Corkum’s Pipe & Culvert Inc. is proud to be an official distributor with culverts stocked onsite (4"-48" diameter in 20' and 24' lengths).
Various accessories for the culverts can be fabricated on demand:
Are beavers always causing damage at the waterways on your property?
Soleno beaver barriers, help prevent beaver dams.
These barriers are made up of two polyethylene parts and four anchors that are installed 10′ from the upstream face of the culvert or upstream face of a dam.
Each barrier contains inlet holes that face down into the water for water circulation, keeping the beavers busy at work here, rather than at your culvert.
These deterrents offer sturdy and efficient construction. They are lightweight, easy to transport, and can be easily installed by only two people.
Nonwoven geotextiles are multi-purpose fabrics that are felt-like in appearance. The main functions for these products are filtration and separation.