High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Pipe Services

Polycon, Inc. specializes in all High Density Polyethylene Pipe (HDPE) applications.  HDPE applications are composed of joints that are heated and then fused under pressure, resulting in a joint-free, durable, long-lasting utility system.  Our technicians are trained and experienced experts in all aspects of the fusion process.  HDPE is a revolutionary material that can be used for use in any type of utility transport, indoor and outdoor.  Often referred to as the system of the twenty-first century, we hope to help market this remarkable technology.

Key Benefits of HDPE Pipe Systems:


Utility Systems: (indoor & outdoor)Pipe Drilling Rig

  • Water Distribution Piping
  • Fire Protection Lines
  • Sanitary Sewer Piping
  • Storm Sewer Drainage Piping
  • Gas Distribution Piping
  • Landfill Applications
  • Irrigation Applications
  • Geothermal Applications (heating & cooling)
  • Electrical/Telecommunications


All HDPE Utility Systems: (indoor & outdoor)

  • New Installation/Replacement
  • Individual Service Lines
  • Fire Protection Lines
  • Connections to Existing Material
  • Taps to Existing HDPE Pipelines
  • Repairs to Existing HDPE Pipelines
  • Emergency Response Crews
  • Skilled & Experienced Fusion Technicians Available
  • Butt-fusion Capabilities
  • Electro-fusion Capabilities
  • Sidewall Fusion Capabilities
  • Extrusion Welding
  • Testing
  • Horizontal Directional Drilling Capabilities (trenchless)

    What is Horizontal Directional Drilling?

    Horizontal Directional Drilling is the process of installing underground utility lines with minimal excavation required. This process is primarily used to minimize disruption to existing surface structures and above-ground activity such as roadways. Throughout this process, a pilot bore is horizontally drilled underground to determine the path of the proposed utility line being installed. A transmitter located in the drill head underground provides detailed information to the aboveground receiver. This data is then used to determine if changes need to be made in the direction of the drill path. After the pilot bore is completed, the drill head is removed and a backreamer is pulled and rotated back to enlarge the drill path. A swivel attaches the proposed pipe product or cable to the backreamer and is then pulled through the proposed drill path. Horizontal Directional Drilling has proven to be an effective alternative to the installation of underground utilities.
  • Pipe Bursting Installation Capabilities (trenchless)

    What is Pipebursting Technology?

    Pipebursting is the process of replacing an underground utility line by pulling a new pipe through the existing pipe. Throughout this process, a cable attached to a winch system is placed through the existing pipe at an exposed exit pit. The cable is then connected to a pneumatic bursting tool at the entrance pit, which is powered by an air compressor. An expander device attaches the proposed pipe product to the pneumatic bursting tool and is then pulled through the old pipe. The pneumatic bursting tool hammers its way through the host pipe, displacing the fragments into the surrounding soil, while simultaneously pulling the new pipe into place behind it. Pipebursting can be used throughout various applications depending on specific factors, and is the only trenchless method of replacement that allows for the upsizing of the original pipe.
  • Electronic Locating of Underground Pipelines
  • Underground Research & Investigations
  • General Consulting
  • And More...
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