Product Announcement from ISCO/Snap-Tite
The Snap-Tite® high density polyethylene pipe (HDPE) culvert lining system is a safe and permanent solution for repairing failing culverts. A new full length video exhibits more information about Snap-Tite® and the "no-dig" lining process.
Made of solid wall HDPE, a Snap-Tite® system actually outperforms the pipe it replaces. Once installed, it is a leak-free system.
Snap-Tite's® patented male/female machining at each end of the HDPE allows the pipe ends to be 'snapped' together, piece-by-piece, and pushed into the full length of the existing pipe. The installation is both fast and easy.
Snap-Tite® is available in lengths from two feet to 50 feet long, and is available for culverts with diameters from eight inches to 84 inches.
Additional benefits of Snap-Tite® include:
- Meets AASHTO Standard M326 for rehabilitating culverts.
- Flexibility to insert into misaligned concrete or rusted partially collapsed corrugated metal pipe.
- Tough, but thin sidewall to give the highest flows possible after lining.
- The Snap-Tite® joint makes a solid mechanical connection that can be pushed or pulled.
Generally, as with any engineered system, time and usage are needed to develop acceptance. Snap-Tite® has been well received by numerous highway departments coast to coast, mainly due to the Snap-Tite system's overall installation flexibility and its consistently successful results.
For more information on Snap-Tite®, call 1-800-CULVERT or visit www.culvert-rehab.com.