What is a raker in construction?
Also asked, what are rakers?
Noun. raker (plural rakers) A person who uses a rake. A machine for raking grain or hay.
Furthermore, what is a tieback and why is it used? A tieback is a structural element installed in soil or rock to transfer applied tensile load into the ground. Grout is then pumped under pressure into the tieback anchor holes to increase soil resistance and thereby prevent tiebacks from pulling out, reducing the risk for wall destabilization.
Also to know is, what is a tieback in construction?
Tieback Anchors. Tieback Anchors are a construction element that is used to actively apply tensile forces to structures. Tiebacks can be used on new construction or to remediate existing structures. Tiebacks can be constructed out of strands of cable or reinforcing bar grouted into the soil.
What are the types of shoring?
The five common types of shoring that we usually encountered in the construction project are:
- H or I-Beam Shoring.
- Secant Pile Shoring.
- Contiguous Pile Shoring.
- Sheet Piles.
- Diaphragm Walls.
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