Advantages of the method
The shape of the micropile is a spiral, which creates a many times larger area for friction (along the entire length of the pile) compared to traditional piles. When installing the pile, it is gradually "screwed" into the surrounding soil. The spiral shape of the "wings" provides resistance forces in all directions. The induced load, whether compressive or tensile, is distributed uniformly over the entire length of the pile. The piles have a composite principle and are built up element by element, depending on the depth of immersion the project is designed for.