(03) 9464 1655

32mm x 250m Black Subduct Coil (PE100 SDR17 PN10)

Custom lengths can be manufactured but would incur a lead time.



A 32mm black subduct pipe is a type of underground piping used to protect and conceal cables, wires, and other utilities. The pipe is black in colour and made of a durable material, High Density Polyethylene material (HDPE). High-Density Polyethylene has a high resistant to attack by most chemicals making it most suitable for use as a conduit to protect Power and Data cabling.

The Carbon Black additive in black pipe and the coloured material used to colour code the pipe, are stabilised against Ultraviolet light from direct sunlight. Pipes are normally buried or installed out of the light. This size of subduct pipe is commonly used for residential and light commercial applications.


to standard AS/NZS 4130

DIMENSIONS MIN ( mm ) MAX ( mm )
OD 32 32.3
WT 1.9 2.2
ID Ref 28.05


Industry standard practice for use of Polyethylene material in conduits is to use the Polyethylene (PE) pipe standard AS/NZS 4130, for dimensional specification.

Condit Standard AS/NZS 2053.1 does not specifically reference use of Polyethylene. However applicable general requirements of this standard are referenced bellow.


  • Conduit is clearly marked with information to clause 6.4 (a to g) and 6.2.
  • The Communication conduit is coloured WHITE and is duty rated as indicated below, in accordance with the general requirements of AS/NZS 2053.1 clause 6.1(f).
  • Note, however, that his standard refers to “duty” without reference to material or dimensions. A suitable rating of pipe has been selected and accepted within the industry for use in Heavy Duty applications.
  • The service temperature for HDPE conduit is 0°C to 60°C (clause 6.1(g)