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Piles

VSF has a great deal of know-how and experience in the calculation, supply and installation of a wide variety of pile foundations, both on land and in the water. The foundations can either be driven, drilled or dug. 

Bored piles

Bored piles are large-diameter (1 to 2 m) concrete foundation elements that are cast in-situ and can be installed up to great depths. Very suitable for transferring large concentrated loads (20...

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Cased CFA piles

Cased continuous flight auger piles are cast in-situ without causing vibrations and noise. They can serve as foundation element, but can also be installed overlapping and thus formin a...

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CFA piles

Auger-type screw piles are cast in-situ without causing vibrations and noise.They can serve as foundation element, but can also be installed closely together as a piling wall. Pile diameters...

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Concrete Piles

Concrete piles are the most commonly used foundation elements, which are extremely well suited for situations with primarily compressive loads. They are, also often used in deep building pits...

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Diaphragm wall barrettes

Diaphragm wall barrettes are rectangular cast in-situ concrete foundation elements that can be installed up to great depths (approx. 60 m). Dimensions are related to the dimensions of the...

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Driven cast in-situ piles

Driven cast in-situ piles piles are produced by driving a casing with a detachable base plate into the soil. Depending on the application, a rebar cage is suspended inside the tube after the...

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GEWI piles

GEWI piles are foundation elements with a grout diameter of 120-250 mm that transfer both tensile and compressive forces into the subsoil. The pile consists of a steel rod with a coarse,...

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Müller Verpress (MV) piles

MV piles are piles with a very large tensile capacity that can be used vertically or at an inclination. They are, basically, steel beams that are driven into the soil by means of a hydraulic...

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Rüttel injection piles

RI is short for Rüttelinjektionspfähle , which are a special kind of the more common MV piles but are not driven but vibrated. An RI pile is an H-section beam with a bulge...

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Screwed Injection piles

Screwed injection piles are non-displacement piles that can be used as tensile and compressive elements.The core of screw injection piles consists of high tensile steel tubular sections of the...

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Screwed soil displacement cast in-situ piles

Screwed soil-displacement cast in-situ or TVSi piles. These piles can be installed vibration free with or without groutinjection and with or without lost tube. The installation is relatively...

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Steel tubular piles

VSF installs steel tubular piles in various locations and in various manners. The piles are capable of absorbing large horizontal forces, making them highly suitable for use as mooring and...

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Tubular screw piles

Auger-type tubular screw piles are cast in-situ without causing vibrations and noise.They can serve as separate foundation elements, but can also be installed overlapping and thus forming a...

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