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Screw Piles

Screw Piles are a long established form of piling and invented in England by Alexander Mitchell in 1833 for supporting lighthouse structures in tidal basins. Today screw anchors are widely used in light to medium piling applications such as for conservatories, outdoor elevated stadium seating, light to medium weight building foundations, pre-fabricated buildings, electricity pylons, street lighting, road signs, elevated walkways and many other uses. The SEA Screw Pile system has one, two or three helical plates that are welded onto a central shaft of the leading section. The load bearing capacity of each anchor depends on three main factors: ground structure, helical plate and shaft dimensions.

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