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Bored micropile GEWI® PILES
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bored micropile
bored micropile
bored micropile
bored micropile
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Characteristics

Type
bored
Material
steel, cement
Applications
foundation
Function
for foundation improvement

Description

GEWI® Piles – strong for Tensile, Compression and Alternating Loads GEWI® Piles are flexible to use small-diameter bored piles. Thanks to their robust GEWI® Thread, the micropiles can be adjusted to your specific length requirements on site. Our pile system has been approved for bearing tensile, compression and alternating loads and disposes of an excellent force / borehole ratio. Your project requires the transferal of extremely high loads? No problem: Multibar assembly is also possible for the GEWI® Pile, thus enhancing the load-bearing stability of the soil. DYWIDAG Rock Bolts and Soil Nails - A System Characterized by Economy and Reliability Our DYWIDAG Rock Bolts have not only been developed for temporary applications; they are also available as permanent anchors with galvanized steel tendons. Our rock bolt system disposes of an excellent force / borehole ratio. Another alternative that is primarily used for rock bolting and roadway support is the use of fully grouted rock bolts / SN Anchors that are used in conjunction with an expansion shell, ensuring immediate load-bearing capacity in the borehole and thus efficient stability for your construction project. As a passive anchorage system for stabilizing embankments and sidehill cuts or rock, our DYWIDAG Soil Nails have been used in combination with mesh for decades. Once it has been completely grouted with cement mortar, the steel tendon can both accommodate tensile and shear loads, thus providing safety for your project.

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