Ductile driven piles
For a secure footing.
The particular characteristics of HLV piles make them ideally suited to load-bearing applications in all types of foundations. HLV piles are primarily used in the construction of buildings, halls, bridges, sewage treatment plants, dams and pipelines.
The economical and operational characteristics of these piles speak for themselves:
- Sturdy base materials stand firm in against extremely high impact.
- Piles guarantee a secure footing in the soil for decades.
- Limited vibration during installation.
- Easy transport to the construction site.
- Secure frictional connections between individual pile sections.
- Comparatively little equipment required.
- Flexibly and economically adaptable to subsoil and foundation conditions.
Additional features of HLV ductile piles:
- Pressure-grouted or not grouted as pressure or tensile piles
- Load transfer of up to 1,200kN
- Vertical or sloped to depths of 55m