Steel tube piles are used for, amongst other things, the foundation of bridges, jetties and buildings. The steel tube pile also often forms an essential part of fender walls or combi-walls.

Depending on the application and the required load-bearing capacity, the necessary tube diameter and wall thickness can be determined. For additional tip bearing capacity, the tube can be outfitted with a bottom plate.

The insertion of tube piles can be done by ramming the top of the tube with a hydraulic / diesel hammer or by means of vibrations using a vibratory pile driver. Tubes with a bottom plate can also be driven internally with a drop hammer.

The internally driven steel tube pile is a low-vibration soil displacement pile system. Steel tube piles have already been used for many years in foundation repair work and for projects where the working height is limited.