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When roadway damage from corroded, rusted, and washed-out culverts occurs, deteriorating culverts immediately come to mind — however regularly checking for culvert deterioration and damage is not always part of regular city or municipality planning. The old-fashioned way of replacing culverts is expensive, labor-intensive, and time-consuming.

  • With the introduction of Snap-Tite, culvert rehabilitation and lining now have a no-dig solution. A clever, economical answer to this issue is culvert rehabilitation using the Snap-Tite Culvert Lining System. Here’s how it works.
    Without digging up the current degraded pipe and replacing it, Snap-Tite may repair a failing culvert lining system. In fact, the concrete and corrugated metal that the Snap-Tite
  • Culvert Lining System repairs actually outperforms a replacement.
    HDPE has an endless service life and is lightweight, flexible, and strong.
  • Additionally, the watertight seal is ensured by the Snap-Tite culvert liner connecting technology.
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Material Specifications

  • The ASTM D3350 cell classification and the ASTM F412 thermoplastic piping material designation code are two crucial criteria used to describe or specify polyethylene piping systems. 
    • The ASTM D3350 is made up of a string of six digits and a letter. The six figures represent the required degree of performance for each of the six different physical characteristics listed in the standard. The color or UV-resistance criteria is stated in the final letter. 
    • A minimal range of technical performance for the PE compound used to make the pipe is established by the D3350 cell classification when taken as a whole. 
  • The performance requirements of the pipe made from a certain PE compound are further specified by the F412 thermoplastic piping material designation code. 
    • This code is an acronym for the fundamental material as it is described in ASTM standards. 
    • “PE” is the recognized abbreviation for polyethylene. 
    • The next set of four digits is followed by the name of the fundamental polymer. The first two digits are directly related to the compound’s particular physical characteristics as described in ASTM D3350.
    •  The final two digits represent the long-term hydrostatic stress rating in hundreds of psi as advised by the Plastic Pipe Institute’s Hydrostatic Stress Board.
    •  The hydrostatic design basis (HDB) multiplied by the appropriate design factor yields the long-term hydrostatic stress rating (DF).

Benefits of choosing Snap-Tite™​

Easy Installation

Snap-tite is a great solution to fix the problem fast. Snap-tite can be installed a lot faster than some other pipe solutions.

Weather Resistant

Snap-tite is built to last that is why it's engineered to be weather resistant. So it can handle whatever nature throws at it.


Snap-tite is strong so you can rest assured that it will last for many years to come.


As always DL VEWS is right here to help. Got questions about a certain product or ready to make an order? DL VEWS is here to help every step of the way.

Key Advantages:

  • Freeze Resistant
  • Easily Installed
  • Listed and Approved
  • Corrosion Resistant
  • Mechanically Joined
  • Small to Large Diameters
  • Abrasion Resistant
  • Economical
  • Flexible
  • Tappable
  • Hydraulically Smooth
  • Strong and Ductile
  • Long Design Life
  • Weather Resistant
  • Non-Toxic
  • Impact Resistant
  • Chemically Resistant

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