HDPE

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HDPE Versatility for countless applications

HDPE has versatility for countless applications. Shown here anchored to the side of a cliff on the island of Kauai.

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Specialists

ITC has installed HDPE pipe in sizes from 1” to 48” for applications as diverse as supplying seawater for the Natural Energy Laboratory Hawaii Authority (NELHA) facilities on the Big Island to potable and non-potable transmission pipelines on every major Hawaiian island. These systems include private drinking water and non-potable irrigation systems, recycled water and wastewater force mains, drainage systems, etc.

HDPE pipe has many unique characteristics making it the material of choice for many applications. Typically joined by a heat fusion process, the pipe is fused together in a seamless, leak proof joint that is stronger than the pipe itself. Fused HDPE joints present several benefits beyond the obvious lack of leakage attributed to conventional standard pipe joints. For more information on HDPE pipe click here.