Bar ground anchors are most frequently used to anchor retaining walls, stabilise deep excavations or to anchor tower cranes or tie rods.
Anchors are supplied with bars with Ø 21 to Ø 44 mm and ultimate loads of 270 kN – 1320 kN. Corrosion protection of the bar ground anchor depends on whether they are intended to be permanent or temporary.
Soil nails are most commonly used for slope stabilisation and anchoring of retaining walls. Soil nails are supplied with Ø 20 mm – Ø 68 mm and ultimate loads of 175 kN – 2600 kN. They are manufactured in two versions: with single or double corrosion protection.
Rock bolts are used to stabilise galleries during excavations and stabilise unstable rock and soil. They are supplied with different anchoring systems, grouted, with resin or mechanical anchors. They are supplied with Ø 20 mm – Ø 36 mm and ultimate loads of 175 kN – 560 kN.
Micro-piles find a wide range of applications mainly in foundation structures, both tension and compression, in securing building foundation walls, stabilising embankments, etc. They are supplied with either single or double corrosion protection depending on application. Micro-piles are supplied with Ø 36 mm – Ø 68 mm and ultimate loads of 440 kN – 2215 kN.