ABS pipes are lightweight yet durable and they can be used for drain, waste and vent lines.
Barrier pipes have an oxygen barrier that protects heat system cast iron components from corrosion.
Black pipes can be used in natural gas, liquid propane, fuel, oil and air compressor systems.
Copper pipes can be used for plumbing, air conditioning and refrigeration applications.
Corrugated pipes can be used in drainage systems and are available in a variety of sizes.
Corrugated stainless steel tubing is a type of conduit used for natural gas heating in homes.
CPVC pipes are a plastic alternative to copper pipes; they are more flexible and easier to assemble.
Dura-Pex pipes can be used with drinking water and radiant heat systems that do not contain iron.
Flexible gas pipes make quick connections to gas fired appliances such as dryers and ranges.
Galvanized pipes can be used in drinking water applications as well as hot and cold water supply lines.
HDPE culvert pipes either have a corrugated inside and outside or just a corrugated outside.
Metal culvert pipes are durable and can be used for driveway and roadway culverts.
Polyethylene pipes are lightweight and flexible yet durable and they are corrosion resistant.
PVC pipes can be used in cold water supply lines, pressured water applications and sprinkler systems.