drive cap

drive cap

A steel attachment placed over the top end of a pile to prevent damage while it is driven in the ground.
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I also ordered the special drive cap and couplings from Lehman's.
When we got the 10 foot section down we unscrewed the drive cap and were surprised that there was no damage to the threads of the pipe.
The wider design also takes a full-size drive cap when retreaded for extended life.
Lift the driver over the pipe, resting it on the drive cap.
In addition to the School Supplies Drive CAP also sponsors a Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit St.
But Gabriel noted that fundamentals have strengthened and show enough potential for continued improvement that many in the real estate industry believe it will be increased rents, and not significantly diminished property value, that will drive cap rates upward in the near term and in a manner compensatory with the increases in interest rates.
It is good that the EU is trying to drive CAP away from production, but Mr Fischler and others seemed more concerned with making the countryside look pretty than enabling people to live successfully in it.
Factors like these are expected to drive caps and closures manufacturers to research and develop new materials or incorporate new designs of caps and closures.