Concrete Pile Moulds
Concrete pile moulds are used to build foundations for large structures when the top layers of soil are not suitable for the structure loads.
Piles are driven down to bed rock and a foundation built on top of them.
The concept is very similar to a table with legs. The table top is the foundation and the legs are the piles.
The concrete piles are driven into the ground using a piling rig. They are either vibrated into place or driven with a large hammer. The method of driving depends on the soil type that they are being driven into.
We can supply you with a large range of concrete pile moulds.
Concrete pile mould can have a square, hexagonal, or round profile.
Pile length can be extended by connecting the pile together during the piling operation on site.
Steel locking connectors can be cast into the piles for connecting piles together.
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About The Author of Concrete Pile Moulds
Bob Evans is the Marketing Director for Fibo Intercon.
Bob has been in the construction and civil engineering industry for over forty years.
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