Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

Anchor Systems

 

Soil Nail: Soil nailing is a construction technique that can be used as a remedial measure to treat unstable natural soil slopes or as a construction technique that allows the safe over-steepening of new or existing soil slopes. The technique involves the insertion of relatively slender reinforcing elements into the slope – often general purpose reinforcing bars (rebar) although proprietary solid or hollow-system bars are also available. Solid bars are usually installed into pre-drilled holes and then grouted into place using a separate grout line, whereas hollow bars may be drilled and grouted simultaneously by the use of a sacrificial drill bit and by pumping grout down the hollow bar as drilling progresses.

 

Tie Backs: A tieback is a horizontal wire or rod, or a helical anchor used to reinforce retaining walls for stability. With one end of the tieback secured to the wall, the other end is anchored to a stable structure, such as a concrete deadman which has been driven into the ground or anchored into earth with sufficient resistance.