Dynamic steel pipe ramming beneath traffic routes
Dynamic ramming of steel protection pipes underneath railways, roads, motorways and rivers up to 80 m length without jacking abutments: Application: installation of gas, water and sewage pipelines, pulling-in of power, telecommunication and control cables.
Steel pipe ramming beneath railway embankments
Steel pipe ramming underneath railway lines. "From a constructional point of view, the German Bahn AG prefers cased-in methods, e. g. the ramming technique, opposed to uncased methods." (Source: BahnPraxis E 1/99)
Steel pipe ramming beneath lakes and rivers
Steel pipe ramming underneath brooks, lakes and rivers, no danger of ground water pentration
Steel pipe ramming beneath buildings
Steel pipe ramming underneath buildings, e. g. to shorten the bore path when lines are diverted. Average installation speed 10 m/h.
Steel pipe ramming beneath airfields
Steel pipe ramming for conservation purposes
Establishing of passages for wildlife and fish farming suppliers
Steel pipe ramming for embankment slope support
Example: for drainage routes to prevent slopes from sliding/subsiding to avoid mudflow on mountains and embankments.