piling pipe

piling pipe

A seamless pipe or welded pipe, having beveled ends for welding or plain ends, where the cylinder section acts as a shell to form cast-in-place concrete piles or as a permanent load-carrying member.
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Calvo: We employ 40 permanent plus 40 temporary when we have projects including operation in Cartagena Port where we have eight welding lines manufacturing piling pipes up to 52 linear meters in length.