Working with high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe is at the core of our business

ISCO Industries is the largest distributor of HDPE in North America. Due to our size and capabilities, we can serve your HDPE needs anywhere in the U.S. and internationally. There’s a reason we’re so proud to be an HDPE distributor: it is ideal for a wide range of applications including municipal, industrial, energy, geothermal, landfill, marine, and more.

So what sets HDPE apart from other products? In a phrase, peace of mind. HDPE pipe is strong, durable, flexible and light weight. When fused together, HDPE has a zero leak rate because the fusion process creates a monolithic HDPE system. HDPE pipe is also a more environmentally sustainable option as it is non-toxic, corrosion- and chemical-resistant, has a long design life, and is ideal for trenchless installation methods because of its flexibility.

A stack of HDPE pipe

Here are the advantages to choosing HDPE for your next project:

  • FM Approved piping
  • Underground piping meets or exceeds operating temperatures and pressures
  • Cooling Water Applications:
    • HDPE pipe is an excellent insulator, with minimal heat transfer. Copper transfers heat 2700 times more than HDPE.
    • HDPE does not become brittle at 32 deg. F
    • HDPE does not leak, it is seamlessly fused
    • HDPE does not corrode
  • Instrument Air
  • Steam Condensate and Blow Down
  • Raw Water
  • Process Water
  • Withstands freezing water better than traditional metal piping
  • Systems maintain high fluid flow properties throughout their service life due to excellent chemical and abrasion resistance
  • Pipe is available in coils through six inches for multiple applications
  • Is weather resistant:
    • Carbon black is added to HDPE to provide UV protection
    • Frozen water will not crack or break HDPE pipe
  • Delivers long term economy, value, and dependability
  • Is durable:
    • Withstands fatigue and surges
    • Safer due to operating pressure capabilities
    • Butt fused joints eliminate need for thrust blocks