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ASTM A252,ASTM A500,AS1163 C350L0,EN10225 Pipe Piling,Foundation Piles,Mooring Piles

ASTM A252,ASTM A500,AS1163 C350L0,EN10225 Pipe Piling,Foundation Piles,Mooring Piles

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Delivery Time : 15-90 days
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OD:8"-120"((219.1-3054MM), Length: 6-100m, Wall Thickness: 4.78-25mm

Pipe piles is a structural building material used to support and stabilize a building's foundation. When the soil below a building is loosely packed, it may not offer enough strength to keep the building stable over time. A pipe piling can be used to distribute the weight of the building deeper into the earth, where the soil is often more tightly packed. Pipe piles are also used to support exceptionally large or heavy buildings, where even standard soil cannot offer adequate support. Finally, a pipe piling may be required when the land area is too small to accommodate spread footers or foundations, forcing buildings to dig deeper to achieve sufficient ground stability.

Engineers and installers determine the placement for each pipe pile based on the building loads at various locations. A very heavy load, such as a piece of industrial equipment, may need to sit directly over a pile to ensure adequate support. When building loads are evenly distributed, installers may use a concrete pile cap to support the building. This allows the pipe pilings to be equally spaced below the building, then connected together with the pile cap to act as a large foundation system.

Piles are driven into the ground using large machines known as pile drivers. These machines contain hydraulic systems which exert extremely high levels of force to drive the piles into the ground. By driving the piles directly into the soil without drilling holes first, the soil itself helps to support and stabilize the piles. As the pile is driven underground, the soil is displaced, which increases friction and pressure around the pile to hold it in place.

Each pipe piling must be carefully chosen based on building forces, soil conditions and local building codes. A geotechnical engineer can test the soil to determine whether piles are needed. The structural engineer then determines the size and material needed for each pipe piling, as well as the required depth. When a single pipe is not long enough to reach this depth, piles may be joined together using butt welds or splicing sleeves

ASTM A134 Electric Fusion-(Arc) Welded Steel Plate Pipe
ASTM A139 CHIMNEYS AND VENTILATION DUCTS for air and dust filtering systems, and smoke evacuation, PILLARS for ski chair-lifts and bridges
AWWA C200-97: Steel Water Pipe-6 In. (150 mm) and Larger
AWWA C206-97: Field Welding of Steel Water Pipe
AWWA C207-01: Steel Pipe Flanges for Waterworks Service- Sizes 4 In. Through 144 In. (100 mm Through 3,600 mm)
AWWA C208-01: Dimensions for Fabricated Steel Water Pipe Fittings
BS 2059 Part I & II Gr. 320, Gr. 360
BS 3601 Steel Pipe and Tubes for Pressure Proposes Carbon Steel: Ordinary Duties- Gr. 360,Gr. 430,
BS 7191 All Specification for Weldable Structure Steels for Fixed Offshore Structures
DIN 1615 Welded circular tubes of non-alloy steel without special quality requirements.
DIN 1626 Welded circular tubes of non-alloy steel with special quality requirements-St. 37.0,St44.0, St.52.0
DIN 1628 Welded circular tubes of non-alloy steel with very high quality requirements- St. 37.4
DIN 2458 Plain end welded steel tubes, dimensions and conventional masses per unit length- DIN 2470 Part 1 St. 37.0,St44.0, St.52.0
DIN 2460 Steel tubes for waterworks services DIN 2460
DIN 17120 Welded structural steel circular tubes for structural engineering purposes
DIN 17172 Steel pipes for pipelines for the transport of combustion fluids and gases--DIN 2470 Part II St. E210-7, E240-7,E290-7, St. E 320-7,St.E 360-7
DIN 17174 Welded circular steel tubes for low temperatures
DIN 17177 St. 37.8, St. 42.8
EN 10219-1, 2Cold formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels. Part 1: Technical delivery requirements. Part 2: Dimensions
EN 10220 Seamless and welded steel tubes.
EN 10224 Steel pipes, joints and fittings for the conveyance of aqueous liquids including potable water
EN 10296-1 Welded steel tubes for mechanical and general engineering purposes – TDR. Part 1: Non alloy and alloy steel tubes
JIS G 3444 Carbon Steel Tubes for General Structural Purpose -STK 90,400,490,500,540
JIS G3452
JIS G 3457 Arc Welded Carbon Steel Pipe- STPY 400
KS D 3566 Carbon Steel Tubes for General Structural Purpose- STK 90,400,490,500,540
KS D 3583 Arc Welded Carbon Steel Pipe- SPW 400

3. Structural Pipe
API 2B Specification for the Fabrication of Structural Steel Pipe
ASTM A252 FOUNDATION PILES for soil consolidation, marine wharfs
AS1579 Arc-Welded Steel Pipes and Fittings for Water and Wastewater
AS 2159 Piling Design and Installation
AS 812 Bored Piles
CSA G40.21-92-CAN CSA-1992 structural quality steels general instruction no 1-2; and 4
JIS A5525 Steel Pipe Pile
KS F4602 Steel Pipes Piles
KS F4605 Steel Pipe Sheet Piles

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  • Foundation piles for jetties, offshore platforms and LNG terminals
  • Mooring piles, dolphins, etc.
  • Foundation piles for bridges and onshore foundations
  • Micro piles
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