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1) Are Helical Piers a Good Foundation for Energy Storage Systems?2) The Truth About Expansive Soil, BESS Installations, and Helical Piers 2.1) Quick to mobilize 2.2) Minimal site disturbance 2.3) More environmentally friendly 2.4) Increased confidence 2.5) Long life3) Helical Piers VS H-Beams for Battery Energy Storage Systems 3.1) Comparing Helical Piers VS H-Beams4) Conclusion
No disturbance to the soil or surrounding buildings during install due to lack of vibration.
Can be quickly and easily uninstalled from the ground, leaving no trace.
Torque can be monitored during installation and used to increase safety factors and efficiency.
Requires minimal amounts of common equipment like excavators and skidsteers to install, reducing mobilization costs.
Produces fewer emissions because it uses less equipment and personnel required to transport and install helical piers.
Hammering piers into the ground for installation causes site disturbance and risks building damage via soil vibration
Removal can be difficult, especially if pier breaks at splice point leading to costly site remediation
Cannot monitor torque on installation, reducing the amount of performance data on the foundation
Installation needs bulky equipment like pile drivers and cranes can increase costs
Can increase overall emissions of your project due to requiring more equipment and workers to be transported and used on site
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