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Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction
Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction
Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction
Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction
Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction
Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction
Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction

Concrete tremie pipe with cable for construction

Different name:Concrete pipe, Steel pipe, tremie
Main application:for piling work/underwater foundations/ caisson/deep foundation/construction
Core specification parameters:diameter 254mm, 304.8mm, 10 in, wire rope
Applications:Used to place concrete underwater.
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Tremie pipe is made of steel, usually 10 to 12 in diameter, with a hopper on top into which concrete is deposited. It is used for pouring concrete underwater and its major application is in piling works, basements, diaphragm walls, caissons, underwater foundations, and so on. 

Kimdrill’s tremie pipes are available in several diameters and lengths. There are male and female couplers at the end of tremie pipe. The connection of several tremie pies to one strand is achieved by inserting the male into the female couplers and securing the two parts by means of a special connecting wire rope. 

Besides tremie pipe, we also can supply related accessories of hopper, lifting caps, platform suspension, tremie fork, packing rack.

Place of Origin:Made in China
Model Number:Diameter 500mm-3000mm
Certification:COC/PVOC/FORM E/CO/ISO 9001
Minimum Order Quantity:1PCS
Packaging Details:Wooden cases or pallet
Delivery Time:7 working days
Competitive Advantage

Customized design

We can customize the belling buckets such as teeth, Kelly box, wings etc to meet client’s requirements.

Quality assurance

With 10 years experiences of production of belling buckets, our experienced engineers and skillful workers can guarantee the high quality of the drilling buckets we made.

All around after-sales service

Our sales will response to any questions within 24 hours once we get. We pay great attention to the feedback from clients and satisfy them both on products and services.


The warranty period is six months since the drilling buckets are delivered.


tremie pipe

tremie pipes


1. What is a tremie pipe?

A tremie pipe is a long, hollow cylindrical tube used in construction to pour concrete underwater or in inaccessible areas. It's made of metal or plastic and consists of several sections.

2. How does a tremie pipe work?

The tremie pipe transports concrete from the surface to the underwater site. Concrete is poured into the pipe, which displaces the water at the site and allows for the direct placement of concrete.

3. What are the components of a tremie pipe?

It's composed of multiple sections that can be joined together to reach the required depth. A plug or ball is initially placed at the bottom to prevent water ingress.

4. Where are tremie pipes typically used?

They are used in underwater construction for foundations, piers, caissons, and other structures where conventional concrete pouring methods are not feasible.

5. What are the advantages of using a tremie pipe?

The tremie method ensures that the concrete is placed directly at the construction point without exposure to water, preserving its strength and durability.

6. How is the concrete quality maintained using a tremie pipe?

High-quality concrete with a suitable mix design is used to ensure it flows easily through the pipe while maintaining its cohesiveness.

7. How is the tremie pipe sealed during operation?

The end of the tremie pipe is sealed until it reaches the pouring point to prevent water from entering and contaminating the concrete.

8. Can tremie pipes be adjusted for different depths?

Yes, the length of the tremie pipe can be adjusted by adding or removing sections, allowing it to be used at various depths.

9. Is special training required to operate a tremie pipe?

Yes, proper training and expertise are necessary for the efficient and safe use of tremie pipes, ensuring the correct placement of concrete.

10. What challenges are associated with using a tremie pipe?

Challenges include ensuring a continuous flow of concrete to avoid blockages, maintaining the integrity of the concrete during placement, and ensuring the pipe reaches the exact location underwater.