Salasar Engineering helical piles can be used for a variety of industrial & commercial purposes. Our engineered design & quality products will fulfil all needs for your commercial/industrial purposes. If you’re operating in an earthquake zone, consider screw piles as a solution. Able to withstand lateral displacements and tensile forces, screw piles offer load resistance and ductile response.
Creating a strong, durable deep foundation is imperative for the success of any construction project, particularly for industrial facilities and plants. To do this it is imperative to select the correct piling for the job. However, every foundation and facility is different, and what works for one may not be ideal for another. Let’s take a look at one particular type of piling, how it works, and applications: helical piling. Helical piling has a number of advantages that makes it ideal for a number of different situations.
Screw piles can be particularly cost-effective in cases of high groundwater tables, as dewatering is not required, and may also be removed after installation and re-used, which can create significant economic and environmental advantages in the construction of temporary structures.
Advantages of Screw Pile Foundations:-
- Easy Installation
- Bearing Capacity
- Can be used in a range of soil conditions
- Minimized Vibration
- Eliminates the use of concrete
- Corrosion Protection
- Environment friendly
Uses for helical piles include foundations for houses, commercial buildings, light poles, pedestrian bridges, and sound walls to name a few. Helical piles also are used as underpinning elements for repair of failed foundations or to augment existing foundations for support of new loads.
Helical piles are practical, versatile, innovative, and economical deep foundations and are an excellent addition to the variety of deep foundation alternatives available to the practitioner.
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