If the post is subjected to weak lateral forces, the economic aspect is more important.
The use of socketed screws which do not require connectors considerably reduces the price of the foundation system.
Screws FS 76-750 F have a diameter of 76 mm which increases their resistance to lateral forces.
They are positioned with an adapted screw head.
WEASYHEAD 76 (F8) This solution is limited to posts with a cross-section of less than 60 mm.
Advantage 1: Economic system with very fast installation as only requires three steps.
Advantage 2: Compatible with round, square or rectangular posts or any other shape post with cross-sections of less than 60 mm.
This solution is carried out in 3 steps:
1. Making holes in the ground
2. Installing foundation screws
3. Fastening of posts
It is essential to first make a hole in the ground as this ensures that the screw will penetrate well into the soil.
Lubrication helps to position the foundation screw.
Our portable electric machines, in combination with a laser transmitter and receiver, are used to install the screws in a level position and do not require any specific actions.
To attach the post in the screw, you can either use the three hex head screws, the cone 76-60 (D26) or graded gravel which will prevent the post from moving in the foundation screw.
Follow the tutorial below which gives step-by-step instructions on how to install this solution:
Products associated with this solution
Foundation screw for installing posts of max. 60 mm in diameter in earthy and compact soil, for moderate, lateral, compressive and pull-out loads.
cone 76 - 60
Accessory for correcting the vertical position of Tubes 60, to be used with foundation screws (A8) (A9).
Tempered steel adaptor for installing FS 76--XXX foundation screws with the aid of an electric or pneumatic impact machine.
Weasylectric Pro impact driver for installing foundation screws. Drive rating 2000Nm.