Pin Piles

PIN PILES

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Pin piles are high-capacity, small diameter, grouted and drilled piles, ideal for constructing foundations on sites with poor ground conditions. They are well-suited for arresting ground movements, increasing the capacity of existing foundations and for foundation underpinning.

Pin piles can fit into tight spaces, and are economical as well. They also ensure that drilling is vibration-free and quiet. The use of pin piles for building foundations is growing exponentially for these very reasons.

PIN PILES ADVANTAGES

  • Are also called minipiles and are better suited than other deep foundation elements such as drilled shafts or driven piles when underpinning restoration of existing structures is required
  • Provide added foundation capacity to mats or footings with low bearing capacity
  • Provide both lateral earth retention and vertical underpinning
  • Give support for undermined or distressed structures resulting from catastrophic events, such as burst pipes, erosion, mine subsidence and landslides
    Add load capacity to allow the addition of a new structure

WHY USE PIN PILES

  • More economical
  • Little to no excavation needed
  • Does not require heavy machinery
  • Variable pipe length
  • Adaptable to site conditions

PIN PILES OPTION

A pin pile is a small diameter pipe, ranging from 2 to 6 inches, typically galvanized, that is driven into the ground to the point of refusal using a pneumatic pile driver. These piles are a more inexpensive approach to addressing or preventing any foundation settlement issues on both new and existing structures.

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Residential Applications

Homeowners choose them to prevent sagging foundations. If you are experiencing cracked foundations or drywall it may be signs that your foundation needs a permanent stability solution.

Commercial Applications

Contractors use our piering systems whenever the soil sample indicates a deep foundation solution. This is required when they want to avoid excavation expenses, such as tilt-up construction.

Industrial Applications

Plant managers love our anchors because of speed in which they are installed. With our system there is minimum impact to daily operations.