Exploring the advantages, applications, and sustainability of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) piping

Discover key challenges faced in installing HDPE gas distribution pipes through Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) and learn how to address issues such as bentonite contamination, gouges, pipe relaxation, and alignment. Explore effective procedures and precautions to ensure the integrity of HDPE electrofusion joints, enabling eco-friendly installation methods for gas distribution systems in environmentally sensitive areas.
Learn about the advantages of using high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe for your piping system, including its ability to bend to a radius 20-25 times the diameter of the pipe, eliminating the need for fittings and reducing labor costs. HDPE is also more durable, flexible and adaptable to changing soil conditions and seismic activity than legacy piping materials.
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Sustainable Pipe HDPE

Lean Into Green

Learn about the benefits of using high density polyethylene (HDPE) piping solutions for the environment. From reduced energy consumption during production to leak-free joints and a long life cycle, HDPE offers a range of eco-friendly advantages minimizing environmental impact during installation, repairs, and even in landfills, making it a true "green" choice.
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Supercell Electrofusion Machine
Discover the world's first lithium-ion battery powered electrofusion machine, the Highland Supercell Processor, and its numerous advantages. In this blog, you'll learn more about how this innovative technology simplifies even the most difficult-to-reach fusion jobs, and how it is designed to be used in a range of temperatures and applications.
Learn about the advantages and increasing popularity of large diameter HDPE pipe in North America. Discover how advances in resins and technology have allowed for thicker walls and wider usage across a range of industries, including water supply, gas and oil transportation, and hydro-electric power. Read about projects utilizing HDPE pipes up to 157 inches in diameter, and the innovative McElroy Talon Fusion Machine used for welding in the field. From installation to longevity, HDPE offers an environmentally-friendly piping solution for the future. Contact ISCO for all your large diameter piping needs.
Municipal Water
Learn why municipal water systems are turning to HDPE piping systems as the cure for failing ductile iron piping (DIP) systems. HDPE pipes have a failure rating of one in ten million, require little or no maintenance, and are resistant to corrosion and tuberculation. With reduced time and cost of installation, increased worker safety, and minimal environmental disruption, it's no wonder HDPE is the better choice. Read on to see why ISCO is the prescription for your outdated municipal water system.