Draincoil® Systems

Features & Benefits

  • Made in Australia

    Draincoil® is proudly Australian made.

  • Ease of Installation

    Draincoil® is available in easy-to-handle coils. As a light-weight product, it can be transported over difficult terrain and across wet areas during installation. The long lengths facilitate high-speed installation using a backhoe, chain digger or direct ploughing into the soil.

     

  • Flexibility

    Draincoil® pipes can be installed continuously around curves and corners of 300mm radius without the need for additional fittings. Any soil movement is accommodated by the flexibility of Draincoil®.

  • Effective Drainage

    Drainage water enters Draincoil® through the uniform slot patterns in the protected valleys of the corrugations. An even entry of water along the pipe length provides efficient and effective drainage.

  • Robustness

    The corrugated structure provides excellent strength to resist external loads from either soil backfill or vehicles, once installed.

  • Corrosion Resistance

    Draincoil® is unaffected by aggressive soil conditions. The chemical resistance of the polyethylene and PVC materials used in its manufacture is well established and documented.

Product Properties
Certifications & Approvals
Installation
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Size Range
DN 50 – DN 160
Material Classification
  • SN 8 – Polyethylene
  • SN 20 – PVC
  • Filtersock (supplied separately or fitted on Draincoil®)
Class
Draincoil® pipes are available in two classes. The class rating may be used as a guide to the type of wheel load or traffic conditions to be encountered in service and is related to the stiffness.

  • SN 8 (Class 400) – Suitable for road or civil engineering works not subjected to heavy traffic.
  • SN 20 (Class 1000) – Suitable for works subject to heavy vehicular traffic load.

For more information on Class and Pipe Stiffness please go to the Downloads Tab above to download the Product Catalogue.

Chemical
Chemical Resistance
Location
Underground or above-ground where not exposed to direct sunlight.

Standards

Manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 2439.1 – Perforated drainage pipe and associated fittings.

Safety Data Sheets (SN8 PE / SN20 PVC)

Vinidex PE Pipes SDS

PDF download

Vinidex PVC Pipes SDS

PDF download

Quick Reference Installation Guide

Draincoil Jointing

PDF download

Product Catalogue

Product Properties
Size Range
DN 50 – DN 160
Material Classification
  • SN 8 – Polyethylene
  • SN 20 – PVC
  • Filtersock (supplied separately or fitted on Draincoil®)
Class
Draincoil® pipes are available in two classes. The class rating may be used as a guide to the type of wheel load or traffic conditions to be encountered in service and is related to the stiffness.

  • SN 8 (Class 400) – Suitable for road or civil engineering works not subjected to heavy traffic.
  • SN 20 (Class 1000) – Suitable for works subject to heavy vehicular traffic load.

For more information on Class and Pipe Stiffness please go to the Downloads Tab above to download the Product Catalogue.

Chemical
Chemical Resistance
Location
Underground or above-ground where not exposed to direct sunlight.
Certifications & Approvals

Standards

Manufactured in accordance with AS/NZS 2439.1 – Perforated drainage pipe and associated fittings.

Safety Data Sheets (SN8 PE / SN20 PVC)

Vinidex PE Pipes SDS

PDF download

Vinidex PVC Pipes SDS

PDF download

Installation

Quick Reference Installation Guide

Draincoil Jointing

PDF download

Downloads

Product Catalogue