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HDPE Corrugated Pipe: Benefits and Applications

Today, life as we know it would be impossible without the countless contributions of plastics and their derivatives, especially high-density polyethylene (HDPE) for its important applications in most industries.

High-density polyethylene is a polymer obtained from ethylene, the most widely used organic compound in the world. Most of the ethylene produced is obtained by steam cracking of hydrocarbons or from natural gas.

HDPE Corrugated Pipe Applications

HDPE, also known as “High Density Polyethylene”, has many uses in everyday life, but one of the most relevant is for the manufacture of pipes and ducts for applications in critical industries such as:

Advantages of HDPE Corrugated Pipe

In recent years, the use of this type of pipe has become increasingly popular due to its advantages and superiority over other types of solutions. In TDR Pipe®, with a rich history of over 60 years, our commitment to excellence in the hydraulic industry remains unwavering, manufacturing innovative solutions under the strictest international quality standards.

TDR Ultra®, our high density polyethylene corrugated pipe, has a unique structural design, its double arch corrugations allow the load to be evenly distributed, this means that it can withstand high loads without structural failure. It is recognized in the market for its maneuverability, length and performance, representing a great saving in logistics and installation costs.

TDR Pipe’s high-density polyethylene pipes are manufactured in our plant in northern Mexico using 100% virgin resin, which allows superior resistance to chemicals, corrosion and interior and exterior abrasion.

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