About | Danby PVC Lining


Danby PVC Lining is made of 100% Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) which is impervious to Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) corrosion therefore protecting the concrete. The H2S gases and the subsequent conversion to sulfuric acid will rapidly deteriorate concrete and steel within wastewater environments.

Danby PVC liner is manufactured in the USA with two profile heights of .57 inch or 1 inch, where one side of the liner has continuous ribs that are embedded in the concrete creating a mechanical anchor to the concrete. The Danby PVC lining panels are locked together with a gasketed joiner strip that has a co-extruded elastomer gasket providing a water-tight joint. The internal side of the Danby PVC liner is a smooth surface which characteristically increases the hydraulics when compared to concrete. As a rigid PVC, the Danby lining has excellent impact resistance properties.

With over 30 years of proven experience in the wastewater and storm water infrastructure industry, Danby PVC lining is ideal for use in precast concrete of pipes, manholes and tops/lids as well as cast-in-place manholes, manhole/junction chambers lids, and flow diversion structures.