Canada N-12 Plain End CSA B182.8 Product Sheet

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Canada N-12 Plain End CSA B182.8 Product Sheet

The Canada N-12® Plain End pipe (per CSA B182.8) sell sheet explains the applications, features and benefits and gives the specifications for the pipe. Canada N-12 Plain End pipe provides physical strength and structural design that cannot be matched by traditional materials.

Canada N-12 Plain End pipe (per CSA B182.8) is used for storm sewers, culverts & cross drains, parking lot drainage, golf, turf & recreation, retention & detention systems, slope & edge drains, foundation drains, and mining, forestry, and industrial uses.

Features of the Canada N-12 Plain End pipe are that it is available in 6 m (20’) lengths which result in fewer joints, 100-1500 mm (4”-6”) diameters are available, it is certified to meet CSA B182.8, Type 3 requirements, and it is available pipe stiffness of 210 kPa at 5% deflection per CSA B128.8.

The benefits are that the pipe offers quick & easy installation, the easy-to-handle, lightweight pipe requires less labor & equipment for fast installation and reduced costs. The superior hydraulics with a smooth interior wall ensures no debris or sediment builds up. Canada N-12 Plain End pipe provides superior resistance to chemicals, road salts, oil & gasoline - it will not rust or deteriorate. The pipe withstands repeated freeze and thaw cycles & continuous sub-zero temperatures. Coupling bands are available for this pipe.

This document includes specifications for the Canada N-12 Plain End pipe (per CSA B182.8), including the scope. The specification describes 100 to 1500 mm (4”-60”) ADS Canada N-12 Plain End pipe (per CSA B182.8) pipe for use in gravity-flow drainage applications. The specification includes information about the pipe requirements, joint performance, material properties, and installation.

For complete installation guidelines for Canada Plain End pipe (per CSA B182.8), follow CSA B182.11 published installation guidelines. Backfill for minimum cover situations shall consist of Class 1, Class 2 (minimum 90% SPD) or Class 3 (minimum 95% SPD) material. Maximum fill heights depend on embedment material and compaction level; please refer to Technical Note 2.01C for more information.

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