CAST IRON SEWER DRAIN-PIPES
Cast iron has long been the material of choice for sewer pipes. While cast iron sewer drain pipes are strong enough to last from 30 to 50 years, they are also vulnerable to moisture. Like many types of metal, cast iron rusts and corrodes when it is exposed to water. This results in weak, deteriorated pipes that need to be replaced.
When you have missing pipe floors, broken sewer pipes, root infestation problems, or leaking roof rain drains, you need a clay pipelining company who offers fast, cost-effective pipe replacement solutions. We install new pipelines from a single entry point outside your home or apartment in just a few hours. Our process allows us to insert a pipeline into your existing pipe without taking up a significant part of the inside diameter.
If you’re looking for an Orangeburg pipelining company, you probably need fast, affordable solutions. We are the right company for the job. We have the experience and the answers you need for all your pipelining questions.
SDR PLASTIC DRAINAGE PIPE
Standard Dimension Ratio (SDR) plastic drainage pipelining comes in various geometrics for different uses. The ratio refers to that of the nominal outside diameter in comparison to the nominal wall thickness. The higher the SDR, the thinner the wall of a pipe is.
ABS PLASTIC PIPE
The biggest advantage of ABS pipes over those made of PVC is their ease of installation. ABS pipe lining is a cost-effective process that repairs damaged pipes when damage does occur. Both ABS and PVC pipes are made of plastic and are resistant to acids, alkalis, and salts. ABS differ in its lack of resistance to aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons. The material is also likely to become deformed when exposed to UV light from the sun. In most cases, ABS is used for sewage, drainage, and ventilation systems. PVC is the plastic pipe used more often to deliver irrigation water.
ABS pipes are less flexible than PVC, making it more difficult to install in some settings. It does have a higher impact strength, better durability, and is more cost-effective. One of the biggest reasons that damage occurs to ABS pipes is an improper installation. If the joints aren’t properly joined and fitted, leaks can develop.