What are the installation methods for HDPE spirals
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What are the installation methods for HDPE spirals

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Installing HDPE spiral tanks is an effective way for businesses to improve their piping systems, providing a flexible, lightweight option for projects that require durability, corrosion resistance, and cost-effectiveness. HDPE spiral tanks can be installed in a variety of ways, either underground or above ground, depending on the specific needs of the project.

  • Horizontal installation

  • Vertical installation

  • Open cut installation

  • Trenchless installation

Horizontal installation

Horizontal installation is an ideal method for HDPE spiral tank installations if you need to access the pipe later on. It requires a basic trench to be dug out, with the pipe being laid in the trench on a flat surface. This method of installation is more expensive upfront, as the trench needs to be longer than the pipe itself to ensure the pipe is flush with the ground. However, this can save time and money in the future if you need to access the pipe for maintenance or repairs. To ensure a successful horizontal installation, the trench should be well-secured at its edges with planks or strong materials to minimize the risk of the pipe shifting in the trench.

Vertical installation

Vertical installation is a popular installation method for HDPE spiral tanks, and it is a good choice for both outdoor and indoor applications. This method requires two people to install the spiral in a vertical configuration. It is essential to ensure that the spiral is properly secured to the ground or other surface with stakes and anchors. Once the spiral is secure, it should be filled with a solid material like soil or sand to keep it stable and secure. This installation method is relatively easy and cost-effective, but it does require some extra time and effort to ensure a secure fit.

Open cut installation

The open cut installation method is an efficient way to install HDPE spiral tanks with minimal disruption to the surrounding environment. This method involves creating a trench in the ground and then placing the spiral into the trench. After the spiral is placed, it is secured in place with soil, rocks, or a specialized anchor system. The open cut installation method is usually the most cost-effective option when the job site is located in an area with a large amount of existing vegetation and wildlife, as it minimizes the impact on the environment.

Trenchless installation

Trenchless installation is one of the most popular methods of installing HDPE spiral tanks. This method is particularly advantageous when the site has limited space due to the fact that it eliminates the need to dig large trenches and reduces the logistical challenges of moving large quantities of earth. The process involves inserting the spiral into a pre-drilled hole and then filling the void between the spiral and the walls of the hole with grout. This method is especially beneficial for applications where the spiral is being installed at a great distance from the launch point.

With the right installation method, you can create a sturdy and reliable HDPE spiral tank system that can withstand the test of time. Eagle, as a professional manufacturer, is worthy of your choice of products to buy.





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