Field trials completed – we’re accepting EOIs

We are excited to announce that the next series of PAILE field tests has been successfully finalised. 

The picture presents PAILEs installed in clay (left) and sand (right).

Field trials confirmed that:

  • Only rotary torque and minimal pull down is required to advance the auger into the soil.
  • Installation effort is relatively low and comparable with conventional steel helical piles.
  • Formation of the enlarged pile base does not require much effort and is relatively quick.

Please see the conference poster summarising to results.

Concerned with COVID-19 developments and following increasing requests to accelerate the operational readiness, we are now accepting Expressions Of Interest from customers wanting to secure an option for earlier delivery. Please register here.

Remember. PAILE technology facilitates installation of foundation or ground improvement piles with an enlarged and prestressed base in a single continuous process. The resulting pile geometry and installation method reduces material consumption (by up to 70%), carbon footprint, piling rig size and working platform requirements.