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Pipe Ramming

Pipe ramming is a trenchless method for the installation of steel pipes used when sandy soil is present and impact moling is not possible, or where larger pipes or ducts are required.

The pipe rammer is locked into the end of the steel pipe and the pipe is driven through the ground by pneumatic percussive blows to one end. The soil is forced internally up the pipe and on completion is then augered out.

The pipe can then be used as a water pipe (irrigation), drain or as a duct for another service.

Pipe Ramming in South East England Photo Gallery

Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Essex. Click on an image to view.

100mm water pipe, pipe-rammed under a road by MacMole150mm steel water pipe, pipe-rammed under road by MacMole, Kent200mm steel culvert pipe ramming by MacMole, Kent200mm steel steam duct being pipe rammed by Macmole, South East England200mm steel pipe being pipe-rammed under road by Macmoleelectric cable ducting being pipe-rammed by MacMole, Kent


Areas covered in Kent include: Ashford, Dover, Thanet, Canterbury, Maidstone, Medway Towns, Tonbridge, Sevenoaks, Gravesend and all nearby communities
Underground Impact Moling   -   Chain Trenching   -   Pipe Ramming.