Screw Pile | RADIX EXT Range
114mm Screw Pile
Our most robust screw pile foundation system, RADIX EXT 114mm Screw Piles combine a series of screw tips, extensions and flanges that offer versatility and the ability to reach depths that are often required to achieve the maximum load-bearing capacities demanded by certain structures.
Screw Tip Lengths (mm):
Extension Lengths (mm):
1000, 1500, 2000
Helical Extension Lengths (mm):
220mm flange, with M24 captive nut
If you have any question about our extendable range of screw pile foundations, or you require technical information, then please contact us.
Our extendable screw pile range works for a variety of different applications
Our range of screw piles and extensions can be applied to all types of structures based upon their weight and site conditions. We have installed screw pile foundations for house extensions and a variety of other buildings, as well as projects in the renewable energy sector.
We have experienced screw piling teams located throughout the UK ready to help your project hit its deadlines and budgets no matter the size or difficulty level.
Projects built on extendable screw pile foundations
See what it is possible to build on our low-carbon screw pile foundations below, and visit our case studies for even more inspiration.
Gifford Bridge Foundations, Birmingham
Supply and installation of RADIX Helical Screw Pile foundations to depths of 16m and bespoke structural platform for a complex project in the heart of Birmingham.
Screw Pile Foundations for The Scottish Crannog Visitor Centre, Loch Tay
Providing a low-impact screw pile foundation solution for a modular building to be the new Scottish Crannog Visitor Centre.
Our other extendable screw piles
Have a look at our other types of screw pile, and contact us so we can evaluate your project to determine which screw pile is the best solution for your needs.
* RADIX Screw Piles must be selected based on static calculations and results of site-specific ground testing. The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by insufficient or incorrect selection of screw piles.