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Overview

Model # 003245 Store SKU # 1000421825

Perforated sewer pipe. A certified Ecologo and ECO OPTIONS product. Inner layer made up of at least 50% recycled PVC. CSA certified for building sewer applications as well as building and landscape drainage. Cuts easily with plastic pipe cutters or saws and connects using PVC solvent cement.

  1. PVC Sewer + Drain - Ecolotube
  1. CSA . Middle layer at least 50% recycled PVC.
  1. Solid wall PVC pipe
  1. Eco Logo™ and ECO OPTIONS™ certified
  1. Easy solvent-weld connections
  1. DR 35 size

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
120
Assembled Height (in inches)
4.36
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
10.32
Assembled Width (in inches)
4.36
Packaged Depth (in inches)
120
Packaged Height (in inches)
4.6
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
10.58
Packaged Width (in inches)
4.6

Details

Actual outside diameter (in.)
4"
Application
Sewage, Toilet
Certified
Country of Origin
CA-Canada
Fitting Size(in.)
4"
Pack Size
1
Product Length (ft.)
10
Use With
Waste Water

Warranty / Certifications

For product warranty details, see the Warranty and Limitation of Liability section under Terms and Conditions of Sale at http://www.ipexna.com/terms-conditions-of-sale/ . You can also make Warranty inquiries through IPEX HomeRite Products Customer Service 1-866-777-8023.
PVC 4 inches x 10 ft SOLID SEWER PIPE - EcolotubeIPEX PVC 4 inches x 10 ft SOLID SEWER PIPE - EcolotubePerforated sewer pipe. A certified Ecologo and ECO OPTIONS product. Inner layer made up of at least 50% recycled PVC. CSA certified for building sewer applications as well as building and landscape drainage. Cuts easily with plastic pipe cutters or saws and connects using PVC solvent cement.
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1000421825
PVC 4 inches x 10 ft SOLID SEWER PIPE - Ecolotube is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from farm use I used these to feed my meat birds; I drilled 2 inch holes on the top consecutively about every 4 inches and capped at both ends. 100 birds can drink at the same time. Worked great.
Date published: 2021-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from PVC sewer pipe Not sure what to say about a piece of sewer pipe. It is quite robust and does not it was designed to do. Would I buy it again if needed? Absolutely!
Date published: 2020-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product Bought 4 of it to make worm-towers (cut each evenly into 5 pieces) for my wife and my friends' gardening use. They all like it!
Date published: 2020-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Online order PVC 4"x10' Product as describe. Quick service despite the COVID19 situation. A+
Date published: 2020-07-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pipe. Love laying pipe. Makes a good soccer net. HOme Depot screwed up my order and shorted me, so I had to redo the designs and remath it all.
Date published: 2021-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Use... Great product. Easy to cut to size and install. Good assortment of elbows.
Date published: 2021-04-06
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I wanna use this pipe for my house's sewerage line for my basement and I will bury it under the concrete. The city will inspect the work. Can you kindly let me know if this is the correct pipe for that application? I don't want to use it and city reject

Asked by: Hammad
Yes, that pipe can be buried under concrete. We mostly use it to connect the walkout drain to the sump-pump in the basement, so the pipe goes from the walkout landing into the sump-pit under the concrete slab.
Answered by: Bobby
Date published: 2024-03-08

Which type of PVC Cement do I need to use?

Asked by: Termite
PVC cement from Home Depot like Oatey. 
Answered by: Formica
Date published: 2021-04-20

what is the wall thickness?

Asked by: Nitrous2023
Hello and thank you for the question. The minimum wall thickness on the pipe is 3.06mm.
Answered by: IPEX
Date published: 2023-04-28

Hi, I was wondering if this is unplasticized PVC (uPVC)? I am searching for 4-inch uPVC and was hoping you could provide me with information on which product to purchase. Thank you.

Asked by: Bernie
Hello and thank you for the question. Yes this pipe and the IPEX fittings for this pipe we sell at Home Depot are "Rigid PVC", this is the north American term for "uPVC".
Answered by: IPEX
Date published: 2023-09-10

This is sewer pipe but is it ok to use for potable water? I am looking for a 4in water pipe if this is not safe can you give me the info to track one down.

Asked by: Antacid
Hello and thank you for the question. No Sewer pipe is not approved for potable water. If you go to any Home Depot store and go to the Pro desk you can ask them to get a quote on 4" Schedule 40 Pressure pipe. They are available in 10' lengths. Ask them to get a quote from IPEX. That request will come to me.
Answered by: IPEX
Date published: 2023-01-12

Is this unplasticized pvc pipe? (uPVC)?

Asked by: Bernie
Hello and thank you for the question. The product in question is "Rigid PVC" which that term is the North American term for uPVC. The pipe and the fittings that go with the pipe are both "unplasticised"
Answered by: IPEX
Date published: 2023-09-10

Does this pipe have end caps? What is the Home Depot part number for it please?

Asked by: Anna
Hello and thank you for the question. The pipe does not come with caps, the cap for the pipe is part number 1000119257 4" PVC Cap. Note that the pipe is bell end, which means you can connect pipes together with out couplings. To install a cap on each end of the pipe the bell end portion would need to be cut off. approx. 8" to 12" of pipe.
Answered by: IPEX
Date published: 2023-05-16

What is the maximum depth this pipe can be burried?

Asked by: CustomerA
Hello and thank you for the question. Burying pipe can be a complex question. For example under the proper soil choice, trench design and maintaining a deflection no more than 7.5%, pipe can be buried 15 meters or 49.2ft. If you have more specifics I maybe able to help with more information or you could go to our website at www.ipexna.com and search for sewer pipe installation guide and go to page 41 for the depth of cover chart.
Answered by: IPEX
Date published: 2023-02-09
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