concrete pile

concrete pile

[′käŋ‚krēt ′pīl]
(civil engineering)
A reinforced pile made of concrete, either precast and driven into the ground, or cast in place in a hole bored into the ground.

concrete pile

A concrete pile which is driven into the ground or otherwise placed; may be a precast pile, reinforced pile, or prestressed concrete pile.
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sections and the concrete pile cutter saw has a 3-hp pneumatic motor, operating on 90 psi at 80 CFM.
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Bauer International of Germany has been working onsite in the Saadiyat Island Cultural District since March this year to place 4,536 pilings, a total of nearly 100 kilometres of steel and reinforced concrete pile sections.
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14 Rebar was then vibrated into place to full depth of the concrete pile.
The Troon to Belfast Seacat slammed into a concrete pile as it left the Ayrshire port with 440 passengers and 80 cars on board.
This report discusses the population of concrete pile producers, their production capacities, and their actual production rates.
30, 1996, as the first concrete pile was driven into the ground of the 210-acre site.
Starting concrete pile production in Uppsala will mean that we become largely self-sufficient and further increase our competitiveness in the important markets in Stockholm and Malardalen," commented Mats O Paulsson, CEO of Peab Industri.
chairman of the board, chief executive officer and director of Fuentes Concrete Pile Inc.