Piles of square and trapezoidal sections are used for the construction of residential and industrial footings, engineered structures, which are located on low-density or heaving soil, moving land. Piles are deepened into noncondensable layer, transferring the weight of the building onto them and guaranteeing the flooring stability.
Pile production complies with 19804-91 all-Union State Standard. The piles are produced in molds. Re-enforced frames are put into special steel moulds, after that concrete mixture is poured into the mold and tremblers consolidate the concrete. To reduce time for gaining stripping strength, the mold with the concrete mixture can be placed into a curing room. Moreover, a mold, which is equipped with a vapor jacket or any other thermal rail, can be heated by hot water or hot vapor.
“M-Konstruktor” pile mold specifications
Pile molds are the key elements of the production complex. “M-Konstruktor” molds notable for their robustness, operability and long-life service. Construction frame production complies with all-Union State Standard requirements. Piles, produced with “M-Konstruktor” molds, have exact sizes and have no fractures on the concrete surface.
“M-Konstruktor” steel moulds of rectangular section with 90° angles of plane can be produced in two-place molds. Optimum length of the mold is 12 meters. The mold can be produced as a complex structure when longer monolith piles are needed. In this case attaching a lengthening piece, which is fixed by a flanged seam, can extend the construction.
Pile sections can vary: 150*150, 200*200, 250*250, 300*300, 350*350, 400*400.
Steel moulds of trapezoidal section will have a temporary incline. There is also a possibility of large-scale production because these molds are multi-placed and are not length restricted, this allows to build-up a production line up to 150 m long. Molding places are segments, put together by length and width, fixed by a flanged seam. The quantity of heads and length cutters is produced according to the employer’s requirements.
Steel moulds of rectangular cross-section with a very accurate (90 degrees) angles are possible only with two moulding slots. The optimum length of the mould it 12 meters. If it is necessary to fabricate longer piles, the mould of composite design is possible. In such case the length can be increased by the extension which is mounted using a flange connection.
Steel moulds of trapezoidal-section would have a technological incline. At the same time they can be they can be mass-produced, being multi-slotted and unlimited in length, which allows to assemble production lines up to 150 m.
The piles a fabricated using the formwork method. The reinforcement frame is mounted into the special steel mould. Then this mould is filled with a concrete mixture which is consolidating by vibration.
The mould equipped with a steam jacket or other heat register can be heated with hot water or heated steam.
The mould filled with a concrete mixture can be moved to the steam chamber for concrete setting acceleration.
Designation;Number of slots;Steam jacket;Weight, kg