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Micropiles are piles of small diameter below 35 cm, perforated “in situ”, vertical or inclined, used for the foundation and

Use of micro-piles in the foundations.

Micropiles are piles of small diameter below 35 cm, perforated “in situ”, vertical or inclined, used for the foundation and serve to transmit the load from one structure to deeper soil layers. They are resistant to tension and compression, and are composed of a steel tube that is placed inside a hole drilled into the ground and get a grout injected.

They have the same common use piles, but its function differs according to the materials section and the efforts can bear.

The foundation with micropiles processes include, implementation and monitoring of the piles, the location of the machinery at the implant site. This procedure is used when the soil layers do not have the capacity to absorb the Read the rest of this entry »


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