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Driven conical pile
It is used as a foundation-base for metal or wooden pillars of various cross-sections.
Driven into the ground to a depth of 0.65 meters using a hand (sledgehammer), electric or pneumatic tool.
A specially designed foundation for the installation of the fence. It better holds lateral / wind loads on the fence.
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Installation of the driven foundation in the ground takes less than 60 seconds, significantly reducing the time of installation of the fence. Let's consider two methods:
1. Steel foundations are driven into the ground;
2. The posts are fixed in the cavity of the foundation and fixed with clamping clamps and bolts;
3. The welded wire mesh is fixed to the posts with fixing brackets;
4. Additional stretching of the mesh is made by bending the horizontal bar in the mesh cells. Done!
It is used as a foundation base for metal and
wooden pillars of various sections.
Saving money on the installation of the fence. For the installation of a fence or a fence on a driven pile, you do not need a special. equipment. Regular tape measure, nylon thread, level and ... a sledgehammer! You can easily make the installation yourself.
Increased editing speed. The installation of the pile takes no more than 60 seconds and this significantly reduces the installation time of the fence. If you use a conventional jackhammer, then the average productivity of sectional fencing for one team is 100 m / day on a turnkey basis.
When developing the drive-in support, we were guided by the following principles:
1. Screw piles are expensive
It is unreasonable to use expensive screw piles for the installation of light fences, the main principle of which is to hold a vertical load (for crushing). Hammer-in supports are better suited for lightweight fences, in which the main loads are wind loads (lateral to the collapse of the fence). Having a wide side part (14 cm), the hammer-in support withstands these loads as well as possible.
2. Minimum set of tools
To mount the hammer-in supports from the tools, you will need: a level, any percussion tool (sledgehammer), a cord and a tape measure to mark the fence line. In any gardening house, finding such tools is not a problem.
When installing a driven pile in a forest, there is no need to be afraid that tree roots or frozen ground can slow down the process. This is excluded, because the pile easily penetrates the frozen ground and cuts through the roots of the trees.
Sledgehammer (or something similar), wooden (metal) spacer, level.
It all depends on what material the fence will be made of (from a mesh "chain-link" or from 3D panels), as well as the height of the fence and what kind of soil will be used to install the fence.
Suppose you have clay soil on your site, then to install a fence made of a chain-link mesh, you will only need a hammer-in support 600 mm long, when installing a fence made of 3D panels, I suggest using a hammer-in support with a length of 850 mm. A hammer-in support 1500 mm can be used under the foundation when installing the wicket.
The depth of soil freezing is not important for this type of foundation. Due to the arrow-shaped sharp construction of the driven pile (small area of the “foot”), during frost heaving, the soil slides along the smooth surface of the pile and does not push it “into the street”. Therefore, such a foundation is successfully used for various soils: Clay, Loam, Sands, Frozen and Stony soil, With construction waste. Suitable for fencing temporary construction sites.
We paid GREAT attention to the quality of welded seams! Additionally, the structure is reinforced with welded fittings in the upper part of the support - in the area that experiences the greatest load when installing and holding the fence post.