Ground anchors, also known as soil anchors or earth anchors, are devices that are used to hold, restrain, and support buildings and other structures like engineered slopes. They can be placed permanently or temporarily, depending on your needs.
At HB Mini Piling Ltd, we provide ground anchoring services to a wide array of clients ranging from civil engineering companies to commercial customers.
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Ground anchors generally work by having them driven into the ground using a drive rod and impact hammer, however, installation methods will differ depending on the ground and soil. Test installations are always important to have done to determine the right type of ground anchor needed.
Once the impact driven anchor has been installed, the drive rod is then removed and the anchor is locked. This is done by rotating it 90 degrees. Once this is done, the ground anchor applies effort to the soil above it, while the soil providing resistance.
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Lightweight and corrosion-resistant
Easy to install
Installation causes minimal disruption to surroundings
Can hold a capacity of up to 3,000 kN
Low environmental impact
Can be installed with little distress done to surface finishes
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Where can I find ground anchoring services near me?
HB Mini Piling Ltd is a company based in Duleek, County Meath. However, our services are available throughout the Republic Of Ireland.
How deep do ground anchors go?
The minimum depth of a ground anchor all depends on the size of the load it will be supporting. Our team of experts at HB Mini Piling Ltd have years of experience working with ground anchoring systems, and will be able to make the right decision for your needs.
What is a temporary ground anchor?
Temporary ground anchoring is when the anchors are designed to stay in place until the structure can support itself.