screw pile


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screw pile

[′skrü ‚pīl]
(civil engineering)
A pile having a wide helical blade at the foot which is twisted into position, for use in soft ground or other location requiring a large supporting surface.

screw pile

1. A pile which has a broad-bladed screw attached to its foot to provide a larger bearing area.
2. A pile which has a spiral blade fixed to its lower end; it is twisted into the ground rather than driven by a series of impacts.
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