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A steel pipe with a replaceable cutter head attached at the bottom is pushed into the ground in a rotating motion. The cutter head displaces and compacts the soil to either side. The cutter head is sealed watertight with a lost tip.
The cutter head and the pipe are screwed into the ground without vibration by means of a rotary drive and simultaneous contact pressure. The applied torque is measured during driving and compared with the subsoil data, e.g. drilling profiles and probing diagrams. Once the required pile bond has been achieved, the driving process is completed, and the reinforcement cage is inserted. The pipe and the storage tank are filled with concrete.
The pipe and the cutter head are rotated back out again. In the process, the tip comes off, and the cutter head forms the thread-like pile. Due to its high static pressure, the concrete column in the pipe and the tank immediately fills the vacated cavity with concrete. This creates a helical concrete ridge around the pile shaft in the ground, approximately 5cm thick. The tip remains in the ground and becomes the pile foot. Atlas piles can be manufactured plumb or at an inclination of up to 4:1. The key data recorded during pile manufacture are documented in a pile log in accordance with DIN EN 12 699.
A thick-walled steel pipe, sealed watertight by a helical tip, is pushed into the ground in a rotating motion. The tip displaces the soil to either side and compacts the ground around the pile.
The applied torque is measured during insertion and compared with drilling profiles and probing diagrams. Once the target depth is reached, the reinforcement cage is inserted. The pipe is filled with concrete.
The pipe is pulled out by rotating it to the left and to the right, which discharges the concrete from the bottom of the pipe. This creates the smooth shaft of the Fundex pile. The tip remains in the ground and becomes the pile foot. Fundex piles can be manufactured plumb or at an inclination of up to 4:1. The key data recorded during pile manufacture are documented in a pile log in accordance with DIN EN 12 699.