Your choice of pipe makes a real difference to the effectiveness of your drainage system. Wavin TwinWall makes an active contribution. Easy to handle and install, they are solid wall pipes and fittings systems for the transport of rainwater.
Wavin TwinWall pipe is manufactured by a twin extrusion process which creates an outer corrugated wall and a smooth finished inner wall to assist hydraulic flow. The pipe is complimented by a comprehensive range of fittings.
Choice of stiffness and sizes
Wavin TwinWall pipes come in a variety of stiffness classifications (SN2, 4 and 6) and come in lengths of 6, 12 and 14 metres. They are available in 100 - 600mm diameters.
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