New ESR Report Has Been Created for Ram Jack Driven Piles
ADA, Okla., December 21, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Ram Jack Foundation Solutions recently released updates to their helical pile ESR-1854 report. Ram Jack also released that the ICC has separated Ram Jack’s driven pile system from their ESR report and created a new ESR report (ESR-4331).
According to Ram Jack’s director of engineering, and President of Fortified Engineering Solutions, Darin Willis, P.E., “This is something ICC-ES decided to do for manufacturers who have performed full-scale bracket tests per AC358 with a minimum five-foot unbraced length.”
Ram Jack is always looking for avenues to increase efficiency and produce the highest quality products available. Engineers can recommend Ram Jack with confidence knowing that their pile’s capacity has been independently verified by ICC and is in compliance with International Building Code.
Ram Jack was also able to add their 3.5” diameter driven pile into the report. The Ram Jack pile bracket, when used with their driven pile system, has an allowable capacity rating of 55.12 kips, which is the highest driven pile capacity for remedial piles on the market.
Ram Jack provides quality foundation solutions, from residential to commercial, new construction to remedial repairs. Ram Jack's in-house engineers and research and development divisions continually strive to advance industry knowledge in foundation solution applications of steel piles. For more than 40 years, Ram Jack has restored stability to many homes and equipped engineers with custom solutions. Ram Jack provides expert solutions for many foundation needs including structure lifts with helical and driven piles, basement waterproofing solutions, seawall stabilization, polyurethane solutions and more. Ram Jack ensures they are equipped to get the job done right the first time! Contact Ram Jack to see what services are available in your area.
Source: Ram Jack