The Drivecast pile is a full displacement pile, using robust soil displacement methodology to developed high capacities using a centralized steel shaft surrounded by a grout column.
Helix Material Low Carbon Steel Meeting the General Requirements of AISI or ASTM A572, A656, or A1018
Coupling Bolts: 1-1/8” Diameter x 4-1/4” Long Hex Head Per ASTM A193 Grade B7
Paddle Extends from Perimeter of RCS to Outer Edge of Lower/Smaller Helix.
Watch DRIVE-CAST installation
Installation: Drive-Cast will double the installation capabilities of current installers, it will also allow you to approach projects you probably couldn’t compete in before. Installation Equipment Requirements Include:
10,000 – 35,000 lb. Excavator (Depending on Pile Size and Capacity Requirements)
Paddle Mixer or On-Site Grout Truck
Reinforced Grout Reservoir
Product Performance and Features: In the Field In recent DRIVECAST testing the pile achieved the following capacities utilizing a 3.5” round, central steel shaft:
200 Kips in Compression
70 Kips in Tension
10 Kips in Lateral
High capacity - more than 500 tons
Build on weak soil
Installed in limited access and minimal clearance areas
Extendable with bolted joint connection
Less cost than Auger Cast
Labor saving - smaller crews
Resistant to buckling in weak soils
DRIVECAST (TM) is a trademark of Hubbell Incorporated, used by permission
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CHANCE® Civil Construction is a division of Hubbell Power Systems, Inc., the international leader in earth anchoring. CHANCE and ATLAS® brands are used worldwide in a variety of deep foundation applications.
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