Tiebacks

Tiebacks

SERVICE OVERVIEW

Helical tieback anchors are installed with hydraulic drilling equipment using a mini excavator, skid steer, backhoe, etc. depending on site conditions and access. Once the minimum length is attained the capacity is defined by reading the installation torque and correlating it to the holding capacity ratio of the soil strength. The tiebacks are able to be tensioned and tested immediately which saves a tremendous amount of time and cost.

CHANCEĀ® Helical Tieback Anchors

Helical tieback anchors are installed with hydraulic drilling equipment using a mini excavator, skid steer, backhoe, etc. depending on site conditions and access. Once the minimum length is attained the capacity is defined by reading the installation torque and correlating it to the holding capacity ratio of the soil strength. The tiebacks are able to be tensioned and tested immediately which saves a tremendous amount of time and cost.

Benefits

  • Maximizes flexibility with changing soil conditions
  • No excavation or spoils to remove
  • No concrete trucks or grout pumps needed
  • Predictable Capacity proportional to installation torque
  • Installs in any weather condition
  • Immediate proof testing and tension loading
  • Minimizes labor costs
  • Anchors can be extracted for use on future projects
  • Easy to store
  • Installs in limited access areas