How the Polymer Injection Process Completes Helical Pier
Helical Pile Systems are able to provide substantial anchoring for the foundation against deep highly compacted soils and bedrock. In the topsoils, however, there is a substantial risk that the soils can migrate or wash away from the anchors and the building. This is because the home’s weight is not providing the compressive strength on the soils as it was before the piers. EagleLIFT remedies this by stabilizing the soils in the higher soil elevations with our chemical grout polymer injection process. The polymer, once injected, moves throughout the soil in liquid form and then densifies and compacts the soil and mitigating settlement.
Why Helical Piles?
Helical piles are superior to many other new construction structural reinforcement methods, facilitation soil stabilization and foundation settlement. The rigid three-bolt coupling which connects helical lead sections and extensions makes the pile resistant to bending, unlike the pin and bolt coupling found in square-shaft helical pile solutions.
- Helix blade configuration selected to achieve design depth and capacity
- Can be installed in areas of limited or tight access
- Installs quickly
- Installation does not generate spoils
- Vibration-free installation (unlike driven piles)
- Concrete can be poured immediately following pile installation
- Available with optional hot-dip galvanizing for added corrosion protection
- Cost-competitive compared to other deep foundation alternatives.
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- Supports soil stabilization
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