Static Load Pile Load Test (compression, tension, horizontal)
Static load testing applies load incrementally to a deep-foundation element, while measuring foundation movement. Types of static load tests include axial compression, axial tension and lateral.
Bi-Directional Pile Load test (BDPLT), using YJACK
Bi-directional Static Load Test using YJACK static is a steadfast Maintained Load Test option for both large and small diameter piles that is widely used in the market.
Pile Instrumentation for Pile Load Test (PIPLT)
PIPLT is to obtain the unit shaft friction and end bearing and utilizes Vibrating Wire Strain Gauges (VWSG) to measure strain at fixed locations and compute the effective transfer of forces to the various depths of the pile.
High Strain Pile Load Test (HSPLT)
HSPLT is a method of testing deep foundations to obtain information about their capacity and integrity, and in some cases, to monitor their installation.
Low Strain Pile Integrity Test (LSPIT)
LSPIT is a non-destructive pile testing method for integrity assessments of augered cast-in-place piles, drilled shafts or driven concrete or timber piles.
Ultra Sonic Pile integrity Test (USPIT)
USPIT or Crosshole Sonic Logging Test is to assess the integrity of deep foundation elements such as newly placed concrete drilled shafts and slurry walls, particularly when drilling below groundwater level.
Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) PIle Integrity Imaging (TVPII)
Hole Profiling using Ultra Sonic Imaging (HPUSI)
HPUSI detects measures the internal diameter of the hole for drilled bored piles, caissons, barrettes, diaphragm walls and other concrete structures prior to commencing concrete placement.
Soil Profiling using Radar Wave Imaging (SPRWI)
Concrete Coring Pile Integrity Test (CCPIT)
Those that spearhead YJACK have 30 years experience in managing as well as developing a business suited to the pile testing industry
We have operations in multiple countries that give us a wide scope of experience in different geotechnical environments and regions
Our world patents allow us to maintain technology that is unique to us and is able to solve problems that the bi-directional testing industry encounters through our own jack technology
The exclusion of the steel plates allow the YJACK to significantly reduce the risk of soft layers forming around the jack and create an overall more reliable and accurate system
We are looking for distributors and markets in many other countries to continue making a difference in the pile testing world and continue the dream of being the world's best pile test
We employ a young and dynamic team that is willing to go the distance for the company and contribute ideas as well as time to make sure the company is able to achieve our sustainability goals