Installing a drainage system next to a field

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Field Drainage

Enhance agricultural crop production by aerating the soil properly with a suitable drainage system. Reduce soil and nutrient loss from runoff especially on slopes and protect plants from excess or stagnant water. As a further option, you can collect and save drained water for irrigation during dry weather periods. 

Choose from our wide range of agricultural drainage systems and let us accompany you in finding the optimal solution for your particular soil type and topography. Apart from agriculture, also parks, gardens, golf courts, football fields, and other outdoor facilities benefit from efficient water management. 

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Drainage Pipe Systems

Light, sturdy, flexible, resistant and easy to connect - this is how to best describes our drainage pipes. They are available in different diameters, with or without perforation and a wide range of filter socks or sleeves. 

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Sheets and Pipes with Sleeves

Especially in sandy areas, we recommend sheeting, pipe socks or sleeves for to protect drainage pipes from getting polluted or even clogged. Choose from a broad range made from polypropylene as well as natural fibers.

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Drainage Wells

Pipelife supplies a wide range of drainage wells for the inspection and maintenance of drainage pipes. Plastic drainage wells are both light and strong and are therefore easy to handle and install. They can be delivered with several inlets and also gaskets.

Top Benefits

  • Improved productivity
  • Improved salt level
  • Optimal root growth
  • Fast removal of excess or stagnant water
  • Faster drying and warming of soil
  • Lower risk of frost damage
  • Less weed growth
  • Decreased soil and nutrient runoff

Count on our experts every step of your way

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News and Projects

Exploring The Advantages of Closed Drainage Systems

Apr 18th, 2023 | 6 min read

The pilot "Freshwater Farmers" in the Netherlands examines how current field drainage systems could be adapted to protect crops from increasing salinization and extended droughts.

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Jun 28th, 2022 | 5 min read

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Countering Soil Salinization in the Netherlands

Jun 21st, 2022 | 5 min read

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The past, present and Future of Agricultural Drainage in Sweden

May 24th, 2022 | 4 min read

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