To manufacture our high-quality steel pipe piling, we roll steel plates – between 0.312 inch and 2 inches thick – into round, steel cylinders. Double Submerged Arc Welding (DSAW) is then used to weld straight seams.
Smaller and thicker than steel caissons, our pipe pilings are typically 24 to 36 inches in diameter but can be custom made to your exact size and specification. These pilings are effective load bearers and are perfect for construction with heavy loads or deep foundation structures.
|► ASTM A252 Grade 2||60,000 psi min. Tensile||35,000 psi minimum Yield ◄|
|► ASTM A252 Grade 3||66,000 psi min. Tensile||45,000 psi minimum Yield ◄|
Pier Piling - Marine Piles
Dock Piling - Pipe Dock
Deep Water Piling Pipe
Building Piling Terms
Pipe Foundation - Foundation Piling
Pipe Anchor - Pipe Footing - Support Pipe
Building Pile - Load Pipe
Construction Piling Procedures
Carbon Steel Pipe Pilings
ERW Steel Pipe Pile Fabrication
Welded Pipe Piles
Bare Pipe - Coated Pilings
Steel pipe piling uses
Pilings are used to support extremely large or heavy buildings where topsoil cannot offer adequate support. They are also used when the land area is too small to accommodate spread footers or foundations. Pilings are driven vertically, deep into the ground where the soil is more tightly packed.
Steel pipe piling types