T-Line provides all the solutions and services required to meet various foundation and site requirements from the commencement to its completion.
T-Line takes great pride in offering the industries most inevitable piling factor-the drilling rigs that are capable of installing upto 1500 mm diameter and depth of 75 metres piles by DMC/Hydraulic method. Our large fleet of equipment is capable of handling a variety of drilling that can easily adapt to different grounds, providing the versatility required in any modern drilling fleet.
Highly efficient, the Driven Cast-In-situ pile method can be applied to different site conditions and is designed to make maximum use of the available skin friction and end bearing potential of the surrounding soil. It is capable of achieving high working loads in a variety of weak subsoil conditions, regardless of water table. It is widely used due to its high tensile load capacity, and relatively low noise and ground vibration levels.
The use of this boring method combines the advantage of both bored and driven piles by compacting freshly laid concrete and soil around obtaining increased load carrying capacity over normal piles. This method is most suitable for loose to medium silty/sandy soils specially with high water table.
The bearing capacity of the pile is increased by increasing the number of bulbs at the base. These piles find applications in varying situations in different types of soils and to anchor the structure at a depth where ground movement are negligible due to various reasons.
SPT (Standard Penetration Test) is a dynamic, in-situ penetration test used for providing information on geotechnical engineering properties of soil. It indicates the relative density of granular deposits, from which it is virtually impossible to obtain undisturbed samples, such as sands and gravels. Due to it being simple and inexpensive, it is widely used.
Pile load tests helps to determine the bearing capacity as well as the settlement behaviour of single piles for a particular project.
For any structure commencement, the most important engineering properties for foundation design, are strength, compressibility, and permeability, and it all begins with boring and sampling of the soil.
By using the boring method, information concerning the engineering properties of the soil can be obtained and good estimates derived with the laboratory tests.