Pure Pile MethodPile-shaped soil reinforcement method for detached homes
About The Pure Pile Method
Pure Pile Method is a soil reinforcement method for building high-quality cement milk pillars that do not contain soil by withdrawing the rod while injecting cement milk. Tenox possesses a construction record of over 50,000 projects, mainly in detached houses.
- Supports any soil characteristics.Unlike the soil improvement method, the soil and cement milk are not agitated and mixed. Therefore, it is possible to build high-strength and high-quality pillars in humus soil layers and viscous soil layers.
- Facilitates construction management.The special rod is rotationally press-fitted to the specified depth and withdrawal is completed while injecting cement milk. Fast and reliable construction is possible without loosening the ground.
- Almost no remaining soil.Since the straight rod has no soil removal mechanism, there is almost no remaining soil. This means that there is no need to secure a space for remaining soil, and the worksite and surrounding roads are not dirtied when carrying the soil out.
- Construction method providing cost advantages.Since the construction period is short and the cost of remaining soil treatment is low, it is possible to perform construction at a lower cost than the soil improvement method and blade steel pipe pile method used for housing foundations.
- Rotational press fitting of the rod to a specified depth
- Holds for approx. 30 seconds while injecting cement milk
- Withdrawal while injecting cement milk
- Adjustment of pillar top level
Select by load/soil conditions
- Detached homes (1 floor to 3 floors)
- Stores/townhouses (2 floors to 3 floors)
- Commercial buildings/residential complexes (4 floors to 5 floors)
- Hospitals/schools (4 floors to 5 floors)
- Factories (4 floors to 5 floors)
- Logistics warehouses (5 floors to 6 floors)
- Mid- and high-rise buildings/condominiums (5 floors to 15 floors)
- Out-of-plane seismic resistance