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Crossings in pipeline construction

Dynamic steel pipe ramming beneath traffic routes


Dynamic ramming of steel protection pipes underneath railways, roads, motorways and rivers up to 80 m length without jacking abutments: Application: installation of gas, water and sewage pipelines, pulling-in of power, telecommunication and control cables.


Steel pipe ramming beneath railway embankments


Steel pipe ramming underneath railway lines. "From a constructional point of view, the German Bahn AG prefers cased-in methods, e. g. the ramming technique, opposed to uncased methods." (Source: BahnPraxis E 1/99)


Steel pipe ramming beneath lakes and rivers


Steel pipe ramming underneath brooks, lakes and rivers, no danger of ground water penetratio

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Unit 2, Devlan Street
Mansfield, Qld 4122

Phone: +61 (0)7 3420 5455
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