Reinforcement Cage is Extremely Dense: How to Cut It With a Pile Breaker

If you work in construction, you know that the foundation is one of the most important aspects of any building project. A structure will not be safe or stable unless it has a solid foundation. That is why pile foundations are so crucial. They serve as a solid foundation for the structure and transfer the weight of the structure to the ground. However, removing the piles can be a difficult task, especially if the reinforcement cage is extremely dense. In this article, we’ll go over how to use a pile breaker to quickly and efficiently cut through a reinforcement cage and remove piles.

Before we get into how to use a concreater pile breaker, let’s first define a reinforcement cage. A reinforcement cage is an important part of the pile foundation. It is constructed of reinforcing steel bars that are linked together to form a cage-like structure. The cage is then lowered into the hole into which the pile will be poured. After that, the concrete is poured into the hole, encasing the reinforcement cage and forming a solid foundation.

This particular reinforcement cage is extremely dense and has a ten-centimeter-thick protective layer surrounding it. The oil cylinder forms a circle and hugs the concrete once the pile cutter has enclosed it from the outside.After cutting it, the ten centimeter package outside the reinforcement cage will immediately be quenched and cracked, and the steel bars and concrete will separate after quenching and cracking.



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