Companies in the onshore construction market face many challenges in making their projects profitable. Whether you are active in infrastructure, industrial, utilities or residential construction, the common goal is to construct a reliable foundation that withstands significant loads in any type of soil. Choosing the correct pile foundation, and installing it in an optimum way, is crucial.
IHC IQIP is dedicated to helping its customers achieve these goals. Our combination of expertise and innovative equipment allows you to construct every type of foundation pile: concrete or steel; precast or cast in situ; and drilled or driven.
We design, produce and supply Hydrohammers and Fundex rigs in various sizes, and with accompanying accessories for a range of drilling and piling techniques. The development of these products is based upon decades of experience in using different foundation techniques, and they are available either for sale or for rental.
For all piling applications, we provide state-of-the-art equipment and locally available services to ensure our customers’ projects can continue seamlessly.
In many soil types, piles are used for the foundation of buildings, bridges, railways and other onshore structures. In some cases, these piles are drilled rather than piled. Our Fundex foundation rigs have been designed specifically for this task.
Special piling techniques
Our equipment can be adapted on projects that require specialist techniques. This includes rake and horizontal piling, handling cast in situ (vibro) piles, and for rock breaking, sheet and concrete piles.
IQIP’s Waterhammer is a water-operated Hydrohammer that removes the risk of oil spillage and reduces emissions. In addition, we also offer a cutting-edge noise reduction system (NRS).
IHC IQIP’s Hydrohammers are fully (100%) accelerated hydraulic impact hammers. Over many years, Hydrohammers have proven themselves to be the most reliable and effective piling hammers in the market. Find out more.
Fundex multifunctional rigs can be deployed with hydraulic impact, vibratory or diesel hammers for piling jobs. They also offer high torques and impressive pull-up and pull-down values during heavy drilling. Find out more.