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Ductile Iron Pipe

U.S. Pipe was one of the first manufacturers to embrace ductile iron pipe in the mid 1960s, and it is now the industry standard for water and wastewater systems. Nearly five decades of research and development have led to significant improvements, including our exclusive line of TYTON JOINT®, TR FLEX® and USIFLEX® pipe products.

 
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DIPRA-Corrpro Design Decision Model (DDM)
Corrosion Related Engineering Tool 

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Tapping Ductile Iron Pipe - Technical Bulletin
This technical bulletin refers to tapping Ductile Iron Pipe with 3/4-inch or 1-inch service taps without tapping saddles. 

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Ductile Iron Pipe Design
This PDF outlines the design process for DIP. 

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Ductile Iron Pipe

TYTON JOINT® Pipe

Available in sizes 3" - 64" and 100mm - 1600mm.

TR FLEX® Ductile Iron Pipe and Fittings

Proven joint restraint using standard TYTON® Gaskets.

HP LOK® Restrained Joint

Rated at 350 psi.

Welded Outlets for Ductile Iron Pipe

Welded Outlets are typically more economical than fittings and can be delivered in less time.

USIFLEX® Ductile Iron Pipe

Boltless pipe with deflection capability for underwater installations.

Ductile Iron Flanged Pipe and Fittings

Perfect for above-ground industrial/plant applications.

Mechanical Joint Pipe

Ductile Iron Pipe with a mechanical joint connection.

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PROTECTO 401™ Ceramic Epoxy - Providing excellent protection and the strength necessary to do the job in tough sewer pipe applications.

 
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Video: HP LOK® Assembly 

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Video: Horizontal Directional Drilling with TR FLEX® Pipe 

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FAQ: Can AC power lines cause corrosion of Ductile Iron pipe? 

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FAQ: Can cement-mortar linings be repaired in the field? 

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FAQ: Can Ductile Iron products be glass lined? 

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FAQ: Is the standard 1-mil asphaltic coating applied to the outside of Ductile Iron pipe for corrosion protection? 

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FAQ: ANSI/AWWA C150/A21.50, "Thickness Design of Ductile-Iron Pipe," Tables 50.1, 50.6, and 50.12 list depth of cover starting at 2.5 feet. Can Ductile Iron pipe subject to truck loading be installed with less than 2.5 feet of cover and, if so, what design approach should be used? 

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FAQ: What is the maximum velocity recommended for cement-lined Ductile Iron pipe? 

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FAQ: What is the purpose of the "service allowance" used in Ductile Iron pipe wall thickness design? 

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FAQ: ANSI/AWWA C150/A21.50 and ANSI/AWWA C600 standards recommend that for 14-inch and larger diameter Ductile Iron pipe, consideration should be given to the use of laying conditions other than Type 1. What is the reason for this? 

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FAQ: Can Ductile Iron pipe be used for pressure applications in excess of the maximum Pressure Class (350 psi) listed in ANSI/AWWA C150/A21.50 and ANSI/AWWA C151/A21.51 Standards? 

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FAQ: Can Pressure Class Pipe be direct tapped? Corporation stop manufacturers advise that four threads are required to retain the stop and provide water tightness. 

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