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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
  • Pressure-grouted or not grouted as pressure or tensile piles
  • Load transfer of up to 1,400kN
  • Vertical or sloped to depths of 55m

 

Your contacts for ductile driven piles.

Northern Region
Markus Wenke Regional Manager North . Branch Manager
Eastern Region
Patrick GüntherRegional Manager East . Branch Manager
Southern Region
Thomas ErnstRegional Manager South . Branch Manager
Western Region
André SchürmannRegional Manager West . Branch Manager