Corrugated metal pipes (CMPs) are some of the most commonly used materials for underground stormwater infrastructure. They go largely unnoticed, but are necessary to support the daily functions of our lives by properly moving water to avoid issues like water ponding, standing water on roadways, and localized flooding.
Installing corrugated metal pipes may help to prevent soil erosion and flooding, but some guidance should be followed when installation to ensure proper functionality and long service life of corrugated pipes. Here is the simple instruction about installation of corrugated pipes.
If you think about it, CULVERTS are a bit of an anomaly in the structural world. Culverts carry various load types (pedestrian, vehicular, and cattle), cross a body of water, and follow the AASHTO LRFD specifications similarly to bridges.
Corrugated metal pipes are common in construction when it comes to building drainpipes, cooling ducts, sewers and much more. Corrugated steel is available in a variety of forms, so you need to plan carefully before making a final decision.
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