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Roger Bullivant

Foundation contractor Roger Bullivant recently added the RB503 piling rig to its fleet of restricted access mini piling equipment.

The rig is capable of installing a range of driven piles in restricted locations, including segmental 150mm square precast piles,150mm diameter steel tube piles and 150mm diameter steel cased cast insitu piles.

Bullivant says the rig can carry out more than 150m of piling a day.Pile capacities of up to 180kN can be achieved in a working headroom of just 2.3m.

The rig is powered by a remote Hatz diesel hydraulic power pack which can be placed externally for fume venting or away from environmentally sensitive areas.

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