The most common applications of drainage system are related to the construction field, even if its uses are potentially infinite, to obtain a temporary lowering of the groundwater for the execution of excavations.
Here are some examples of the main specific applications for which this technology is suitable. To see others, you can have a look at “Our works”.
Excavation, casting or works in general below the groundwater
Laying of pipes of all types and diameters below the groundwater level
Excavation of road or railway underpasses with or without pushing the monolith.
Tunnel bypass, drainage or pumping applications.
For laying, remaking, cleaning or other work on channels and ditches, usually combined with bypass pumps.
Remediation operations of polluted sites with the creation of a hydraulic barrier for the recovery of pollutants
Pumps for water supply for agricultural, industrial needs or for large quantities of water.
Pumps for the recovery of water, also full of suspended solid bodies, sewers or channels.
drainage for the construction of all underground works (plinths, poles…) relating to the construction of bridges and viaducts.
Excavations and workings for the construction of dams.
Installation of drainage systems for the thrust reduction on dams, bulkheads, tanks, etc. to allow work on them without the risk of subsidence or damage.
Work within basins, lakes or rivers (bank remodeling, pipe laying, riverbed refurbishment etc.). Often, they include bypass works.
Excavations and workings for the construction of hydroelectric power stations.
Excavations for archaeological research even in very delicate sites
Excavations for the laying or construction of basins, reservoirs, rolling basins etc.
Excavations and works for the laying of underground electrical cables, including support pylons in the case of overhead lines.
Works close to beaches or in maritime areas, may incluse the creation of naval basins, excavtion of foundations or layng of various types of pipes.