CFA (Continuous Flight Auger) Piles

CFA (Continuous Flight Auger) piles are constructed by rotating a hollow stem continuous flight auger into the soil to a designed depth. Concrete or grout is pumped through the hollow stem, maintaining static head pressure, to fill the cylindrical cavity created as the auger is slowly removed.

CFA Piles

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Advantages of CFA Piles in Construction

CFA (Continuous Flight Auger) piles offer several advantages in construction projects over other deep foundation techniques. One of the main advantages is their ability to be installed quickly and efficiently,…

Introduction to CFA Piles

CFA (Continuous Flight Auger) piles are a type of deep foundation used in construction. They are formed by drilling a hollow stem auger into the ground and then pumping concrete…

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