H-Shaped Bearing Piles

H-Shaped Bearing Piles

H-Shaped Bearing Piles H-shaped bearing piles are square beams with flanges and webs that have the same thickness. This design makes them exceptionally proficient at weight distribution. H-pilings are used to anchor superstructures to deep foundations, particularly in areas where the soil is not dense enough to support the weight of the building.

Deliver Perfectly Fabricated H-Pilings to Your Customers

Professional steel fabricators are old hats at producing H-shaped bearing piles, but if you’re looking to get ahead of your competitors, consider having a BeamCut system installed. BeamCut is the industry’s most advanced robotic plasma cutting technology, designed for fully automated fabrication. Furnished with a six-axis FANUC robotic arm, as well as powerful Hypertherm X-Definition plasma, BeamCut is well-equipped to produce the most precise H-pilings that have ever left your shop.

Easy-to-Use CNC Software

Another feature of BeamCut that structural steel fabricators prize is the user-friendly and fully automated CNC software. This software includes a library of common steel beam profiles, including H-pilings, and will handle every step of the fabrication in one pass. In fact, it’ll free up space in your shop by replacing your drills, punches, band saws, layout and marking stations, and coping and grinding stations. And, because it only requires one technician to operate, you can save on labor costs and focus on other projects while BeamCut gets the job done.

For more information about how BeamCut can improve your output of H-shaped bearing piles, including by reducing your production time by as much as 80%, contact us today.