The FX-70 structural piling repair and protection system was the first in-place repair solution for damaged concrete, steel and wood piles when it debuted in 1970, and many of those first repairs remain in service today. By eliminating the need to dewater the site or build cofferdams, the FX-70 system drastically reduces the overall expense and loss-of-use cost as the structure can generally remain in service while the pile repair is executed.
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Learn how our FX-70 structural pile repair and protection system can save time and money on pile repair projects. Eliminate the need for dewatering and coffer dams, thereby reducing downtime.
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Attack of structures at the waterline is commonplace in marine environments. Tidal action, river current, salt water exposure, chemical intrusion, floating debris, marine borers, electrolysis and general weathering are all examples of factors affecting the lifecycle of structures in marine environments.
Simpson Strong-Tie engineering letters provide information and prescriptive design recommendations for repairs and other applications using the FX-70 Structural Repair and Protection System.
Suggested CSI format specification for Simpson Strong-Tie FX-70 Structural Pile Repair and Protection System.
Hand-made and assembled in the U.S., the FX-70 tongue-and-groove seamed jacket provides a corrosion-resistant protective shell and is available in round, square, H-pile and octagonal shapes.
These products displace existing water and can easily be placed into the FX-70 jacket without the costly building of cofferdams or dewatering of the repair site.
This video provides step-by-step instructions for two different application methods: FX-70-6MP™ epoxy grout method and FX-225 cementitious grout combination method.
A guide providing installation instructions for the FX-70 structural pile repair and protection system.
A technical bulletin providing step-by-step procedures for installing the FX-70 structural pile and protection system pumping ports.