This particular method can be used where a high load capacity of the pile is required, but where the pile depth is limited. A rotary piling rig can have a phenomenally big diameter, so it will allow getting good ground bearing base on mass concrete fill, and you can still pile to a reasonable depth […]
This is a method that will suit semi-open and open sites such as new builds. The piling rig that can be used, dependent on the pile specification, is from-15 Ton up to 60-Ton rigs. A string of auger goes into the ground as one hit and depending on the piling rig specification, strings of augers […]
The same as the drop hammer method, but using pneumatic air equipment which will produce less vibration in the ground compared to the drop hammer method, this solution is limited on pile load capacity and works perfectly on small domestic projects. Nearly unlimited site access. Pile diameter from 100mm up to 150mm.
This method allows us to install metal tubes in the ground by dropping weight on them, constantly driving them down until the required depth is achieved. The tubes are then cut off to the correct height, reinforced and concreted. Driven metal casing piles are a good solution for the ground where loose material would not […]
This method is good for limited site access and limited height headrooms, for works we will use a range of rigs from a 3-Ton rig which can drill piles from 250mm up to 450mm in diameter, maximum depth 15m, up to a 15-Ton piling rig which can drill from 300mm diameter up to 600mm in […]
This method is good for limited site access and limited headroom. For works, we will use rigs ranging from a 2-Ton, door entrance drivable rig which can drill piles from 150mm up to 300mm in diameter maximum depth 15m, up to a 15-Ton piling rig which can drill from 300mm diameter up to 450mm in […]