Drainage pipe

  • publish date : 2019/02/13
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Drainage pipe

Drainage pipe

Drainage in the word means extraction of excess water from the ground, and one of the things that have been commonplace since 200 years ago is the use of water in drainage, meaning the management of groundwater table for economic and social resources along with environmental protection. Drainage pipes are produced as keratin tubes. The cause of these types of pipes is the Newtonian pressure drag drainage carvitation and high annular resistance.
A pipe that facilitates the transfer of water from one location to another is known as a drainage pipe. They are of great importance because they carry out the most important duty of sewage disposal from our homes or our industry. They are also important to prevent floods caused by weather conditions and soil erosion. Currently, there are several types of drainage pipes used for different types of drainage problems. Today, drainage pipes are the most commonly used for drainage of PVC and polyethylene pipes. However, besides this, there are other tubes that are used to manage sewage flow.


Drainage basin is a region of the earth that is collected and discharged into a regular street by rainfall, such as a river, a bay. Drainage basin acts as a funnel by collecting all water in the area covered by the basin and directed to a single point. The drainage basin includes all levels of water from rain, snow, and adjacent streams that flow to the common flow and underground water below the ground. Drainage pipes facilitate the prompt and effective removal of water from the surface of our roads. Efficiently managing rainwater and effectively removing water from our ways is essential in our efforts to prevent erosion and extend the life span of our infrastructure.

Drainage can be natural or artificial. Many areas have some natural drainage. This means that excess water flows from farmers’ land to marshes or lakes and rivers.
The drainage system inside your house fully works by gravity, which allows the sewage to move down a series of large diameter pipes.
The drainage pipes are entirely lattice-semi-lattice and simple to use in agricultural land-buildings-bridges-roads and sports fields. Drainage drains are produced in 36-70 or 100-meter coils.

Advantages of UPVC pipes for drainage compared to other types of pipes:

Their long shelf life compared to cement or clay pipes
Light weight and easy transportation
Extreme ease and speed in the installation and commissioning of the pipe
Resistance to chemical compounds of water and soil
Flexibility
Having uniform entrance vents

Application of drainage pipes:

Remaining water on the ground, which can be due to intense and continuous rains, leakage from rivers and canals, high groundwater levels, the presence of natural and artificial obstacles in the course of underground water flow, and so on. It causes the filling of soils and its loss of oxygen, reducing the activity of microorganisms, and ultimately reducing soil quality and, consequently, the loss of plants and living organisms in the soil. In order to improve the quality and prevent soil degradation by using drainage water and extra solons from the outside soil and suitable conditions for plant cultivation.