Pile Testing Systems

Pile Testing Systems

 

  • Cross Hole Sonic Logging of Piles and Diaphragm Walls

    The Cross-hole Sonic Logging (CSL) method is used to perform high-resolution quality control of deep foundations including piles and diaphragm walls.

  • Dynamic Load Testing & Pile Driving Analyzer

    Dynamic Load Testing (DLT) is a quick method to evaluate the bearing capacity of a pile for loads similar to the design load. It can be used for prefabricated piles, cast-in-place concrete piles steel piles and wooden piles. DLT is considerably faster than static tests and at a fraction of the cost.

    Pile Driving Analysis is a powerful tool to control the pile driving process. During driving, the performance of the hammer, the condition of the cushion, the behaviour of the pile, and the driving resistance of the soil can be analyzed and monitored.

  • Sonic Integrity Testing (SIT) of concrete piles

    Pile quality is often determined by performing a low strain integrity test directly after pile driving or within days after installation of cast-in-situ piles. Sonic Integrity Testing is a widely used method for testing the quality of concrete piles in a non-destructive way before they are incorporated in the final foundation plan.

  • STATNAMIC Load Testing

    Statnamic is an innovative method for testing the load bearing capacity of foundation piles. Compared to static load testing: 90-95% less weight has to be loaded. Dependent upon the weight to be tested, Statnamic enables you to test up to 6 piles per day at much lower costs.

    Statnamic pile testing is based upon launching a reaction mass. For catching the fall back of this reaction mass, Statnamic uses unique techniques based upon gravel and hydraulic systems. Profound has developed Statnamic together with Berming hammer Foundation Solutions.

  • TNOWAVE

    TNOWAVE represents a group of wave equation application programs and is a powerful simulation tool to predict pile behavior.