Geotechnical Systems - DYWIDAG Soil Nail
DYWIDAG Soil Nailing is a passive system for stabilizing slopes and sidehill cuts or rock as well as for stabilizing construction pit walls if deformations are irrelevant.
The load-bearing system significantly differs from ground anchors (actively tensioned) and tensile piles. In the case of soil nailing, the load-bearing capacity of the complete soil is increased because it is consolidated by the soil nail.
The soil is nailed into secure areas of the slope located further inside the hill. Consequently, tensile and shear forces act on the nail. In order to achieve this effect, the nail can only be placed at certain, limited distances towards each other. The nail do not act individually, but as a complete nailing system.
- Threadbars with proven coarse GEWI® Thread that is suitable for on-site use – threadability even in extreme conditions
- Thread along the entire length – lengths can be flexibly adjusted on site
- Excellent force / borehole ratio
- Various steel grades
- Robust, weldable GEWI® Bar
- GEWI®Plus Bars for ultimate wear
- For increasing skin friction, GEWI® and GEWI®Plus Piles can be equipped with a posterior grouting system
- The system permits flexible adaptation to different embankment and slope face conditions