How it works

The EB initially looks like a long tube of sleeves attached to a steel tube. Is inserted into the soil to the required depth, either by pre-drilling, pushing or driving. Is located at the toe of the pile or the anchor. After installation, the body is expanded with grout injection appearing like a water-tight metal balloon. By recording the grouting pressure versus the volume increase, information is transmitted electronically about bearing capacity and soil condition. The EB is so reliable that can be installed vertically, horizontally or diagonally, and is completely reliable as a rock-solid anchor.

To see an example of how the EB works, click here.