Self Drilling Micropiles

Our Self Drilling Micropiles consist of a self-drilling hollow bar with a rolled continuous thread as load-bearing element that is embedded within a grout body.

Micropiles are small diameter grouted piles (typically less than 300 mm in diameter) transferring compressive, tensile or alternating loads into the surrounding ground. Dependent on the ground conditions, Self Drilling Micropiles are designed either as end-bearing or friction piles.

Self Drilling Micropiles are typically installed via simultaneous drilling and grouting using cement grout as the flushing medium. Particularly in cohesionless or unstable ground conditions e.g. sand, clay or gravel, this is the fastest and most efficient installation method for micropile systems.

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  • Easy and fast installation
  • Cost - effective
  • Corrosion protection available
Product Features
  • Production facility certified according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001
  • Used in foundation of new structures, underpinning of existing foundations, minimising settlements, and buoyancy control for structures below groundwater level
  • Customised solutions tailored to meet the needs of our clients
  • The system can be used for temporary (up to 2 years) and permanent applications (up to 50 years and beyond)
  • Ideally suited for projects with limited access and confined spaces

Product Options
  • The SDAs technology is available in various product lines and different technical accreditations.
  • CE-Certified Lines - for those who require the highest quality and dependability.
  • Value Lines - for less demanding applications. The Value line meets requirements at a reasonable price.
  • For further information on available options please contact your local representative.