KRINNER ⌀ 89 - 550 mm
article: KSF E 89x550-E60
all prices include VAT 21%
The E series ground screws can be optionally equipped with an excentre set depending on the application. The excentre set allows you to make precise adjustments and ensures a perfect, vertical positioning of the object that you want to install. The system is particularly suitable for the resonance and vibration dampening installation of poles and masts for example.
Screw piles of this type are widely used in the installation of solar panels, fences, walkways, bridges and temporary structures. Further, they are often used when installing volleyball nets as well as playgrounds, which is a great addition to your backyard. In case if you live near yacht clubs or various reservoirs, you may notice the use of piles at piers and different sheds.
Screw piles not only replace traditional concrete foundations but are also useful for large and long structures such as sidewalks and terraces.
Installation of screw piles is very simple. They can be screwed in with a metal rod, using it as a lever or using the special tools that we offer, for example, ground screw reductor, different types of drivers, etc. An additional benefit is that screw piles are much cheaper than traditional foundations and can be disassembled and reused in a short time.
Due to the high-quality hot-dip galvanized steel S235 screw piles are stable and reliable. There is no longer any need to damage the lawn by digging holes, concreting foundations and causing heavy machinery.
We also provide delivery of goods to the specified address. When choosing a delivery to the specified address, our manager will contact you to clarify the delivery details.
|Shaft outer diameter||89|
* all sizes shown in mm
|semi-solid loam||semi-solid gravel||semi-solid sand|
|Max load kN||18.00||18.00||18.00|
|Max tension load kN||8.50||8.50||8.50|
|Shift load kN||2||2||2|
All values are approximate and can be used just as values for initial calculations. Test load tests are mandatory! Manufacturer and distributors are not liable for damage caused due to errors in the calculations of loads.