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Single-Walled Casing Pipe for Foundation Piling
Single-Walled Casing Pipe for Foundation Piling
Single-Walled Casing Pipe for Foundation Piling
Single-Walled Casing Pipe for Foundation Piling

Single-Walled Casing Pipe for Foundation Piling

Different name:Single wall, casing, casing pipe
Main application:bored piles; deep foundation, piling
Core specification parameters:casings, single-walled
Applications:Bored piling, Deep foundation engineering, bored piles, cassion, Drilled shafts, cast-in-drilled-hole piles, Civil engineering, Infrastructure, building, bridge, high-speed railway etc.
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A casing project by drilling rig would need the casing tools such as double wall casing tube or single wall casing tube, casing shoe, casing adaptor and casing connector, and also extra casing joint, casing screws and casing teeth as spare parts. 

Single Wall Casing Tube is an idea choice in the cased bored piles, especially working in the complex soil conditions. 

Wearing parts: Casing bolt, casing thread and casing nut, quick change casing teeth and holder

Matched with piling rigs:Bauer, Soilmec, Casagrande, IMT, MAIT, CMV, SANY, ZOOMLION, Jintai, XCMG 

Material and Processing: 

  • Casing tube: Q355B, rolling 

  • Casing joint: 25CrMo, Casting with heat treatment


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Package and Delivery:

Wrapped with plastic film. By sea.

Place of Origin:Made in China
Model:Single-Walled Casing Pipe
Material:Q355B/25CrMo Steel Pipe
Certification:ISO 9001/ COC/PVOC
Minimum Order Quantity:1 set
Packaging Details:Wrapped with plastic film.
Delivery Time:7 working days
Competitive Advantage
  • Top quality raw material

  • With Heat-treatment and strict QC process

  • With rich experience of manufacturing and exporting

  • Fitted with the rotary drilling rig in difference brands and models


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1. What is a double wall casing tube?

A double wall casing tube is a construction tool used in drilling, consisting of two concentric tubes. It's employed to provide structural support and stability in boreholes, especially in unstable ground conditions.

2. How is the double wall casing tube structured?

It comprises an outer tube that offers structural support and an inner tube for various drilling operations, including the insertion of reinforcement materials.

3. Why are double wall casing tubes used in drilling?

They are used to prevent the collapse of borehole walls in unstable soil conditions, ensuring the integrity of the borehole and the safety of the drilling operation.

4. In what types of projects are double wall casing tubes commonly used?

These tubes are commonly used in deep foundation drilling, such as for building foundations and bridges, where borehole stability is crucial.

5. What role does the space between the inner and outer tubes play?

This space is often used for the circulation of drilling fluids, aiding in stabilising the borehole, cooling and lubricating the drilling tools, and removing drill cuttings.

6. What materials are used to make double wall casing tubes?

They are typically made from high-strength steel, capable of withstanding the stresses of drilling and providing long-term stability.

7. Are double wall casing tubes permanently installed in the ground?

They can be either permanent, left in the ground as part of the foundation structure, or temporary, removed after the drilling is completed, depending on the project requirements.

8. Can the dimensions of double wall casing tubes be customised?

Yes, they are available in various diameters and lengths and can be customised to suit specific drilling requirements, such as the depth and diameter of the borehole and the ground conditions.

9. How are double wall casing tubes installed?

They are typically installed using a rotary drilling rig, designed to handle the specific dimensions and weight of the casing tubes.

10. What are the key benefits of using double wall casing tubes in construction?

The main benefits include enhanced stability in unstable soil conditions, improved safety during drilling operations, and the ability to maintain the integrity of deep boreholes during construction projects.