Easy to handle, maintenance and rust free, EUROFLO® is also resistant to chemically aggressive soil conditions.
EUROFLO® is a twin walled culvert pipe made from HDPE (high density polyethelene). This premium grade product is the only culvert pipe in New Zealand that has a double ribbed exterior for extra strength. The interior sports a smooth bore for superior flow as well as ensuring there is less internal silt build-up. EUROFLO® is manufactured to last for 100 years in New Zealand conditions.
EUROFLO Rural SN4 pipe is a versatile, strong culvert pipe that is suited for all rural use. It is light and easy to handle, both on site and in transport. The long 5.8 metre lengths each have a socket on one end for easy joining.
Installing EUROFLO culverts can improve efficiencies and help comply with environmental regulations on the farm, making it easier and faster for people and stock to move around. Infill area above a culvert pipe line can be grassed therefore increasing production in the paddock concerned. Introducing culverts can also reduce injuries for stock and farmworkers by creating safer crossings.
Stock is held in stores throughout New Zealand supplied by stock locations in Auckland, Christchurch and Invercargill.
160mm, 200mm, 250mm, 315mm, 400mm, 500mm, 630mm, 800mm, 1000mm, 1200mm
For sizes larger than 1200mm please see the EUROFLO Civil page. We stock sizes up to 2100mm that are all perfect for use on the farm.
Fittings and Fluming
Cut in ½ lengthways, EUROFLO can be used for stock troughs and fluming. Also available is a durable PVC fabric fluming product. Fluming can preserve your embankments by directing discharge from culverts to the desired outlet. The PVC fabric fluming is available to fit 100mm to 900mm pipe.
EUROFLO Fittings available include rubbers, sealing adaptors, holesaw, sealing rings, reducers, bends and junctions.
This article outlines technologies and practices that can help achieve better drainage and create the foundation for more productive land.
Easy to install instructions can be found in the EUROFLO Catalogue here.
When installing your culvert pipe it is best to ensure the socket end of the pipe faces upstream and the end of the pipe projects out to prevent erosion of backfill downstream.
Rural install of a EUROFLO culvert pipe on a farm in New Zealand.
Rural install of a EUROFLO culvert pipe in a farm to create a stock crossing.
VIDEO: Getting Stuck In
VIDEO: The Big Drop
VIDEO: Easy installation
VIDEO: 1750mm working in flood