Corrugated Pipe Fittings and Features

Corrugated pipes and fittings are produced with Polypropylene and Polyethylene raw materials within the Polyolefin group. It can be produced up to 1200 mm diameter.

Corrugated pipes are connected by fittings, while helical corrugated pipes, muffler and spigot, ie male ends, can be connected without the need for fitting due to the straight pipe connection. Corrugated pipe fittings are sold with a guarantee of 50 years of service life as they are not affected by corrosion, wear and chemical resistant. Thanks to their flexible structure in the occurrence of natural disasters such as earthquakes, it can be used without losing its functionality.

As it provides the sealing structure throughout its lifetime, contamination of underground water and soil can be prevented by corrugated pipe fittings. It is not possible for tree roots to interfere with their activities by entering them in any way. Lightweight and compact pipes can be used for laying operations without the need for a machine.

Corrugated Pipe Fittings Production Features


Corrugated pipes are produced in two different ways. In one process, it is produced in the extruder and over the mandrel by helical methods. The extruded corrugated pipe has higher production capacities and is always constant as the product shapes cannot be changed. Coiled corrugated pipes can also be produced with optimum weight of ring strength value according to the aims of the projects.

The pipes consist of two separate layers. These layers, which are divided into inner tube layer and outer rib layer, the inner layer consists of fluid flat surface pipe, while the outer layer is molecularly integrated to the inner layer.

Corrugated pipe fittings with a life span of 50 years can offer up to 100 years of service life. Due to its smoothness, it shows low resistance to fluidity and continues to flow with fullness rate. Thus, selecting the sub-diameter group of projects allows you to get ahead in project costs.