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Piling Pipe Use Information

Update:2017-04-28   View(s):1396   Keywords :Piling Pipe,SSAW steel pipe,welded pipe,sawh steel pipe
Piling pipe are designed to transfer structural loads through the foundation to soils below. They range in diameter from less than 6 inches to over 8 feet which gives piling pipe the ability to fit a variety of project needs.
If additional length is desired, they can be easily spliced to create piles hundreds of feet in length.Pipe can be driven open-ended or with plates. If driven with plates,the pipes can then be filled with concrete to create an extra strong pile. However, most often the additional money spent on plates,rebar, and concrete could be better spent on a thicker Pipe Pile.Piling pipes are also used in conjunction with Sheet Piles to add lateral stiffness and bending resistance where loads exceed the capacity of sheet piles alone.
Pipe cutting shoes
Cutting shoes are exceptionally tough heat-treated cast steel shoes with a ledge for driving rather than depending on welds in shear or hardened structural steel reinforcement.An inside cutting shoe is needed when maximum friction surrounding the pile is desired. An outside cutting shoe is preferred when drilling past the tip is required.
Pipe Points
Pipe points push the soil aside and preserve friction. On boulders or uneven rock, the point distributes the shock load around the perimeter of the pipe rather than concentrating it on a quadrant - as occurs with plate closure.
Pipe Splicers
Driving into the tapered splicer compresses the pipe ends into a friction fit. No welding is required, speeding the job and minimizing the crew and equipment time.This splicer is especially advantageous where head room is limited and short lengths of pipe must be used. Each addition can be driven right down to the ground line. If uplift capacity is necessary, the splicer can be made weld-fit and pre-attached to the lower length before lifting into the leads. Driving can then be done on the splicer. The next length of pipe is set into the splicer and quickly welded down hand.

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