Driven micropile
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Adaptable ductile iron micropile for construction Saint-Gobain PAM's ductile iron micropile is an industrial product for construction, which can be adapted various to land constraints and building types. It has a narrow cross-section that is driven or hammered into the ground using an excavator fitted with a standard hydraulic hammer. The micropiles are installed in groups to establish the foundation of a building or to reinforce it. Our micropiles are used for various types of construction: Rental buildings and residences Industrial buildings and warehouses Hillside underpinning and stabilization Foundations of silos, masts and wind turbines Foundations of bridges Soil reinforcement Invert anchorage Pipeline supports Benefits Resistance: of ductile iron to pile driving, soil compaction and structural load. Fast and easy assembly/installation: fitted together using specific male and female conical ends; quick and easy driving and trajectory and depth checking; automatic linkage, easy to use, top pile cut off at ground level; no excavated earth or material to be removed after driving; low investment cost; high installation rhythm with up to 500m of piles driven per day; and very little pile cutting required on site while cut-offs can be re-used. Reliability and durability: of foundations with a rigid set of piles that are perfectly fitted together and that last a very long time in the ground. High performance: injection of concrete into the piles increases the performance of the foundation. Perfect solution: for geotechnical requirements, combining friction and point effect to constitute effective and long-lasting ground reinforcement.


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