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Eiffel 101: Tips for Buying Used HDPE Pipe

What are the Benefits of HDPE Pipe for Water Transfer?

How Is HDPE Pipe Used for Water Transfer?

Eiffel 101: Tips for Selling HDPE Pipe

HDPE pipe is resistant to corrosion, flexible, durable and has a lifespan of up to 100 years. For these reasons, HDPE pipe can be marketed and resold after use. When listing your used HDPE pipe for sale, it’s important to take quality photos of t...

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What are the Different Sheet Pile Interlocks?

Interlocks are design features built-in to particular types of steel sheet piles that allow those sheet piles to join together for the ultimate purpose of creating walls and other barrier structures. There are three major sheet pile interlock options: Larssen, ba...

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Should I Sell my Steel Sheet Pile?

Steel sheet pile is engineered to stay durable for a long time and to be used and re-used. If you’ve completed a project and have leftover steel sheet pile, whether it’s surplus or used, you should most definitely consider selling it. It’ll clear...

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How Is HDPE Pipe Manufactured?

HDPE pipe is a type of plastic pipe that’s used to transfer fluids and gases or to replace ageing concrete or steel mains pipelines. HDPE pipe (which stands for high-density polyethylene pipe) is flexible, highly impermeable, and suitable for high pressure pipeli...

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How Is HDPE Pipe Used for Dredging?

HDPE pipe is a type of plastic pipe that’s used to transfer fluids and gases or to replace ageing concrete or steel mains pipelines. HDPE pipe (which stands for high-density polyethylene pipe) is flexible, highly impermeable, and suitable for high pressure pipeli...

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What are the Advantages of HDPE Pipe?

HDPE pipe is a type of plastic pipe that’s used to transfer fluids and gases. HDPE pipe (which stands for high-density polyethylene pipe) comes with many benefits: it is resistant to corrosion, flexible, has a long service life, comes with leak-free joints, is hi...

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Steel vs. Aluminum Trench Boxes

Trench boxes are installed at excavation sites to protect workers while on the job. These systems are made from either aluminum or steel and are held apart by spreaders. The spreaders (which are similar to beams) are placed perpendicular to the plates and functio...

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