No, all you need is the pad and the 350mm stainless steel pin for a brace pile, or alternatively the 250mm galvanised pin for ordinary piles in conjunction with a 6 or 12 Kn pile to bearer or bearer to joist connector pack.
Yes. Contact Conqra for a suitable design engineer.
In the building code for foundations, an ordinary pile is 300mm in diameter and the product to use is 260mm Eziyaka pad. The anchor or brace piles are 400mm in diameter and the 370 mm Eziyaka Lightfoot pad is the product to use. For larger piles (400mm or greater), which normally have, longer square cut piles or tana poles, the client chooses. However the 370mm pad gives the contractor a larger surface area to roll or manoeuvre the pole for alignment prior to concrete infill.
Use the free installation kit supplied with each purchase and follow the installation instructions provided.
Eziyaka products are available nationwide through selected merchants.
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Yes. It is an alternative to any piling system but has limitations as it is only calculated on its end bearing capacity of the pad, which is 370mm in diameter.
150m, 250mm, 350mm and 450mm.
Leading merchants nationwide, or contact us direct.
Yes, Apache can be used for any service penetration.
Speed of construction, better R-value and compatibility with all soil types.
No, the polystyrene is chemically treated to prevent this.
Yes. It has an R-value thermal rating.
No, you must be a licensed building practitioner.
It clips the polystyrene pods together in a concrete raft flooring design, forming a mat.
The v-shaped bottom of the spacer aligns and suspends the reinforcement bars in the middle of the canal, allowing improved concrete flow and cover. The weight of the reinforcement suspended reduces the risk of the polystyrene pods bunching or lifting during the pouring process. The result is a more robust floor during the pumping process.
Yes, see our product range description.