By using optimal system equipment to suit the construction objectives and on-site environment, in addition to the advantage that the press-in principle brings, namely, by not disturbing the ground due to having minimal vibration and noise, press-in construction is possible even under difficult construction conditions.

Overcoming Difficult Construction Condition

Press-in Method for constructing structural wall without any temporary works and facilities works and facilities at confined or restricted sites.

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Press-in Method for constructing structural wall beneath overhead obstruction without giving any impact on current surrounding functions.

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Press-in Method for constructing structural wall with zero clearance to adjacent structures and boundaries.

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The Hard Ground Press-in Method enables pile installation to be carried out in difficult ground conditions such as cobble or boulder mixed soil, underground obstructions or rocks.

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The Gyropress System consists of the Axial Press-in System and rotation, which increases efficiency of the Press-in System. Therefore, the Gyropress Method enables tubular piles to be installed  into very hard ground and buried obstructions.

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Expansion of the Structural Form

Build a wall structure with superior rationality and economy, combining 900 hat sheet piles with highly rigid tubular piles and excellent water sealing properties.

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The use of a skip lock attachment makes it possible to perform construction with skipping of tubular piles.

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Expansion of the Materials that can be used for Applicable Piles

Building of a simple yet robust continuous wall using a compact press-in system.

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Press-in Method for constructing concrete structural wall by jacking in prefabricated Concrete Sheet Piles.

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