DIP Characteristics | Mobility and Adaptability

Standard equipment consists of
a powerful high frequency hydraulic impact hammer
mounted on the boom of a 30 ton excavator.

The system’s adaptability and use of compact, lightweight equipment reduces the investment and set-up costs in piling rigs and platforms, additional access arrangements and compromised job site workspaces.

Additionally, a complete range of tube sections and accessories in ductile cast iron are available for all types of projects.

5.0m pipes cut shipment costs
Transported by road & sea in 20-foot containers
5.0m single lengths reduce storage area on site and easier to move.

Continuous modular assembly

• DIP can be driven in very long lengths and has been installed
    to depths of up to 60 meters.

Huge Cost Savings with DIP
CMS has proven 
that DIP provides huge potential cost savings of up to 70% of the value 
of traditional precast or steel encased concrete piling.
DIP Capability and Environmental Impact
Ductile iron Piles can be driven at angles up to 45°, exponentially expanding the range of pile uses. They produce minimal ground disturbance even in close proximity to existing structures.
DIP Engineering
The Plug&Drive© DIP pile system's precision engineering consists of self locking joints,
 built for durability, consistency, strength and ease of installation.
Mobility and Adaptability
The Plug&Drive© DIP pile system's mobility and adaptability is due to compact,
 lightweight equipment and a comprehensive array of well designed accessories.
Dry Driven for End Bearing Piles
End Bearing Ductile Iron Piles are ‘Dry Driven’ into the ground until they reach practical refusal. Fast and cost effective to install in areas of bedrock or very dense, cohesive strata.
Grouted Annulus for Skin Friction Piles
Grouted Annulus for Skin Friction Piles is a simultaneous driving and grout injection method to install DIPs, creating skin friction and corrosion protection.