Hepworth Clay pipes and fittings can be used for the majority of drainage installations. Whether it’s domestic, adoptable, commercial or industrial drainage you are installing. Clay’s main benefits are its durability and longevity, plus it has a good environmental profile from a raw material through manufacturing, installation, in-use to end of life.
Hepworth Clay drainage system comprises a range of perforated and non-perforated vitrified clay pipes supplied complete with factory-fitted push-fit flexible couplings or plain ended with separate couplings to be fitted on site. Bends, junctions and fittings are available in 100mm, 150mm, 225mm and 300mm diameters.
Hepworth Clay pipes are tested to destruction confirming the strength of the pipes. This published strength can be used directly in structural bedding calculations.
Increase the sustainability of your construction project without increasing cost or risk. Recycled aggregates from construction demolition waste can be used instead of primary resources. Contact us to find out more.
Hepworth Clay drainage systems are Kitemarked to the requirements of BS EN 295-5 and are supported by a CE mark and DoP. Other pipes and fittings are manufactured to BS 65 and are Kitemarked where appropriate.
Lifetime jetting guarantee
All pipes identified in the Hepworth Clay Drainage price list with the jetting logo are guaranteed for the system lifetime against penetration of the pipe wall up to 7,500 psi (517 bar). See current trade price list for full details.
Major refurbishment of Brussels’ fifth largest building, the Astro Tower, is now complete
The Astro Tower is the fifth largest building in Brussels. At 107 meters high, it has 34 floors and 35,000 m² of office space. The tower underwent a complete transformation and was given a new façade in blue reflective glass. Even the interior was gutted. All the pipes for hot & cold water supply and drainage were all replaced with select prod...
Humberside Police Headquarters - Redesigned to save time and reduce cost
Humberside Police HQ in Hull lies in an area particularly vulnerable to flooding. On June 23rd 2007 the worst happened and the site had to be evacuated. Within a year, plans were being developed to prevent a recurrence.
Recycled aggregate reduces environmental impact of Wolseley Sustainable Building Centre
Following the decision by Wolseley UK and its appointed Consulting Engineer, Fulcrum Consulting, to specify Hepworth’s SuperSleve clay drainage system, Hepworth was asked to advise the sub-contractor on ways of improving the sustainability of the project on site.
Hepworth Clay plays a part in new £200 million training ground
Built on an 80 acre industrial site in Manchester, a new £200 million state-of-the-art football academy and training ground is set to benefit from a durable underground clay drainage solution from Hepworth Clay which will offer low lifetime cost and a long service life.