Vylon® Pipe

The Vylon® product line consists of Vylon Pipe and Vylon Slipliner.

Vylon Pipe is a closed profile, PVC sanitary sewer pipe made in 21” through 54” diameters. Produced since 1987, millions of feet of our standard PS 46 pipe have been installed all across the country. In the spirit of continuous innovation, Vylon 75 was developed to meet the rapidly growing market demand for a higher stiffness, higher performing product, which not only is stronger but also has double the impact resistance of previous Vylon products.

Vylon Slipliner Pipe has a flush coupling design for the rehabilitation of existing sewers. As a low cost alternative to dig and replace, Vylon Slipliner Pipe allows the lining of a live sewer with a completely new pipe without the cost of bypass pumping.


Vylon PVC Slipliner Pipe

Vylon Large Diameter Closed Profile Sewer Pipe

Vylon 75

Vylon Slipliner Pipe Installation Guide

Plastic Pipe Design Manual


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Technical Documents

Slipliner Specification

This specification designates the requirements for polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe made to a controlled inside diameter in sizes 21" to 54" with a flush joint (internal and external) and which meets the requirements of ASTM F1803.


Vylon PS 75 Pipe Specification

This specification designates the requirements for polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe and fittings made to a controlled inside diameter in sizes 21” to 54” with an integral bell and elastomeric seal joints which meets the requirements of ASTM F 1803 and has a minimum pipe stiffness of 75 psi.


Vylon Direct Bury Trench Detail

This document specifies bedding recommendations for Vylon® Pipe.


Vylon Pipe Joint Articulation Calculation

Joint articulation can be repeated through a number of pipe lengths to accommodate various radii of curvature.


Case Histories

Vylon magazine article from Pacific Northwest Trenchless Review

Canton’s sewer uses new technology and serves as catalyst for trail system

Sliplining Renews 100-Year-Old Sewer

Sliplining Records Under Heavy Flows

Sinkholes, Sinkholes Everywhere

Sliplining Saves Sewers in New Jersey

Vylon Solves New Hanover County Sewer Problem

Vylon Pipe Provides Better Option

Sliplining Helps Restore Deteriorated Sewer Lining

Vermont Town Looks Downstream With New Stormwater System

Sliplining Helps Restore Aging Sewer Lines

Boyer Perfects Tools for Houston Sliplining

Oklahoma City's First Large Scale PVC Sliplining Project Success