Agflo® is a Class 1000 grade corrugated subsoil pipe, available in plain, slotted & socked. Various diameters available include 50mm, 65mm, 100mm & 160mm. Agflo® offers a superb range of flexible sub-soil corrugated drainage pipes available for various subsoil applications. AGFLO® Drainage Pipe Class 1000 delivers the highest standard of durability and strength in drainage for civil applications such as internal road structures and in-land areas such as gardens, parks or sporting fields. Agflo® can also be used to overcome or mitigate such problems as salinity, high rainfall, high water tables and hillside soak. The benefits include flexibility of pipes designed for quick installation time for both heavy loading and medium loading conditions.
Agflo® Class 1000 single wall PVC subsoil drainage pipe is manufactured in accordance with AS2439.1 and is used in higher load bearing subsoil applications. AGFLO® Drainage Pipe Class 1000 is designed for heavy loading and usage. It is supplied in 100m lengths, reducing loading costs, and speed of installation.
Agflo® is typically used for (but not limited to) subsoil drainage, gas venting and cable conduits.
Subsoil Drainage – Agflo® maintains the service life of roads and highways by removing water from saturated soils behind:
- Retaining walls
- Road pavements
- Various civil and building structures
Gas Venting – In modern landfills and waste containment structures:
- Agflo®’s chemical-resistant HDPE provides a seamless conduit for gas extraction
- Ensures the prevention of environmental contamination by extracting gas in the drainage layer of the capping system.
Cable Conduits – Agflo® cable conduits are used to repair cable ducts with no need for excavation of the buried cables that run alongside roads or highways.
This works by allowing easy access to the cable routing and is simply threaded through the conduits.
- Subsoil Drainage
- Gas Venting
- Cable Conduits
- Stormwater Retention
Meet the Team
Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specialiSes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.
Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.
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