Ural Vagon Zavod Sells Goods to Yakutia

26 February 2016 (09:51)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, February 26, 2016. MZS219, a pile-screwing unit made at Omsk Transport Machine-Building Plant (a member enterprise of Ural Vagon Zavod Corporation) will be used in Lensk, Yakutia, for bored pile testing, the company press service reports.

The unit is meant as mechanized help in the construction of pile-supported anchor foundations of buildings and other structures that need to be put up in thawed, frozen, and unstable rocky soils.

The testing will be done on the foundation of a house that will become a home for one of the pipeline walkers at Chayanda-Lensk section of the Power of Siberia Pipeline. The tests are part of a roadmap on the more extensive use of hi tech produce (including the kind that can serve as import substitution) adopted by Omsk Region’s science-intensive enterprises with Gazprom in mind.

Upon the completion of tests, a report will be made on whether bored piles can actually be used for construction purposes in given climatic and soil conditions.

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