Lengths of pipe that are laid within a designated trench are subject to damage from the elements or natural soil erosion. You can better protect the pipes by using an insulative product that is simple and affordable to add to your design.
Insulate Against Weather
Harsh temperatures and excess moisture can cause damage and failure of your piping, no matter how carefully you design the right trench. It’s critical to insulate the pipes using materials that will stand up to the test of time. All piping will need repairs and replacement extended use, but you shouldn’t have to do this too soon simply due to inadequate insulation methods.
Guard Against Soil Erosion Damage
PLacing your piping directly over soil is a setup for damage. As the soil begins to naturally erode, the pipes become strained and will fail. Roug terrain is one area that is difficult to control when it comes to natural soil erosion.
Turn Away from Outdated and Ineffective Methods
It’s tempting to fall back into old, outdated methods to insulate your trench pipes. Sandbags are one of the most common methods. Anything used that is placed beneath the pipes is subject to failure. Soil settling is a common reason for potential and eventual failure.
Trench Breaker Technology
Trench breakers are custom installed poly foam that will keep your pipes up and isolated from the soil, yet cushion and insulate them from harm. Multiple breakers can be added for long lengths of piping. You can feel confident that the need for repairs is reduced by incorporating a better way to protect the materials.
The installation of trench piping is an important part of many construction projects. Make sure you install the pipes with the best protection against damage and excessive wear available.