Circular concrete pipe is manufactured to suit a wide range of project requirements. Because of its rigid characteristics, concrete pipe has minimal dependence on the pipe-soil interaction for its structural strength and, therefore, is not as installation sensitive as flexible pipe materials. Concrete pipe is available in numerous specialty configurations including miter bends, wyes and manhole tees.
Concrete Pipe Applications
- Storm and Sanitary Gravity Sewers
- Underground Storage Tanks
- Culvert Crossings
- Pedestrian/Wildlife Crossings
- Low-Head Pressure Pipe
Inland Pipe Manufactures Pipe To Meet The Following Standards:
ASTM C14 Non-Reinforced Concrete Sewer, Storm Drain & Culvert Pipe
ASTM C76 Reinforced Concrete Sewer, Storm Drain & Culvert Pipe
ASTM C361 Reinforced Concrete Low-Head Pressure Pipe
CSA-A257.1 Non-Reinforced Circular Concrete Culvert, Storm Drain, Sewer Pipe & Fittings
CSA-A257.2 Reinforced Circular Concrete Culvert, Storm Drain, Sewer Pipe & Fittings
Concrete Pipe Drawings
Detailed dimensions are provided on drawings for all our standard Concrete Pipe products to assist with your design projects.
Please contact us if you require additional information.
|300 mm||375 mm||450 mm||525 mm||600 mm|
|675 mm||750 mm||900 mm||1050 mm||1200 mm|
|1350 mm||1500 mm||1800 mm||1950 mm||2100 mm|
|2400 mm||2700 mm||3000 mm|
Manitoba and Saskatchewan:
Bell & Spigot Pipe
|300 mm||375 mm||450 mm||525 mm|
|600 mm||750 mm||900 mm|
Tongue & Groove Pipe
Fill Height Tables
The concrete pipe fill height tables can be used to quickly facilitate selection of the proper reinforced concrete pipe for a given installation condition. The fill height tables are based on the four types of standard installations (bedding and haunching). A Type 1 Installation requires the highest level of compaction and the highest quality granular material. A Type 4 Installation requires the lowest level of compaction and lowest quality granular material. Please note that the tables assume a soil density of 120 lbs/ft3; for other soil densities, designers must accommodate the variation in dead load.
Once bedding type, pipe diameter and fill height are chosen, the fill height tables will provide the required D-Load and the corresponding required class of concrete pipe. If you require help using the concrete pipe fill height tables, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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 also available to fit over the bell or spigot end of concrete pipe to seal off the pipeline.
For information about adaptors, view our full catalog of products available in your area.