Two-blade screw pile 89 / 6.5

A 2-blade screw pile is a cylindrical metal tube that has a welded tip, and it comprises two blades situated on the pile's body.
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Pile diameter, mm: 89
Pile length, m: 2 / 2.5 / 3 / 3.5 / 4 / 4.5 / 5 / 5.5 / 6
Wall thickness, mm: 6,5
Piles diameters, mm: 250
Number of turns, pcs: 2
Pile weight, kg: 31.4 / 38 / 44.6 / 51.2 / 57.8 / 64.4 / 71 / 77.6 / 84.2
Tip: welded
Tip length, mm: 160
Blade Pitch, mm: 89
Intercoil Distance, mm: 710
Blade Thickness, mm: 5

In instances where it is imperative to transfer the weight of a building to the surface of solid ground, helical screw piles are extensively employed in foundation construction. Their shafts possess a smooth surface, thereby minimizing soil adhesion.

Foundations installed on helical screw piles do not require settling and are immediately ready to bear new loads. This significantly accelerates the construction process.

When selecting pile structures, it is imperative to take into account the geological peculiarities, soil composition, and soil mobility of the site where construction is planned. These factors also determine the method of pile installation, whether it be manual or mechanized. The foundation area and weight of the future structure are also important factors, as they influence the appearance, safety, comfort, reliability, and durability of the construction.

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