Traditional dock and harbor work continually involves pile jacketing to preserve remaining pile life or increase pile design load.
Pile jacketing is usually specified for for three reasons:
- To provide corrosion protection
- To arrest deterioration and maintain current load value
- Structural pile jackets to increase load bearing capacity
Logan Diving & Salvage has completed all forms and types of pile jacketing on timber, pipe, and concrete piling. Various filler materials are available depending on the application. Concrete, grout and epoxy are the most common and suitability is determined by design application. New cement grout additives that eliminate cement porosity have been field tested and found to perform well. This relatively new technology has improved jacket quality in regards to chloride intrusion. With salt water excluded from the core pile and reinforcing, jacket service life is dramatically increased.
Commercial divers from Logan Diving & Salvage can inspect, recommend, design and install pile jackets for your facility or project.
Please contact us for a list of satisfied pile jacket clients or call for more information.
Pile Jacking Technology
Marine structures requiring piling for substructure composition are often subjected to harsh environmental factors.
Splash zone corrosion, environmental overloading and impact damage are just a few of the major causes of substructure pile failure.
Many marine structures have overhead obstructions such as buildings, warehouses and equipment that prevent traditional pile replacement by driving.
Logan Diving & Salvage is the owner and sole source marine contractor for PILE JACKER ® pile jacking sleeves in the continental United States. This new U.S. patented technology provides for the replacement and loading of substructure piling with no overhead access beneath existing structures.
Call for a site visit and let us show you what new options are available for your facility or restoration project.
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Sunken boat in Bluffton’s May River
As a large portion of the state’s law enforcement and environmental personnel continue to be focused on Hurricane Florence relief, a partially sunken shrimp boat has now been struck in the May River for a week... more info.
March 7th. 2018
NERRds on the Water
By: Shannon Dunnigan
Don’t ever be afraid to ask for help.
Our help came in the form Logan Diving & Salvage based out of Jacksonville, Florida, led by Mr. Joe Busuttil. We hired them to help us access those lower brackets AND install some new ones even deeper to help prevent our station from breaking again. As experienced commercial divers, they could easily assist us with this task. ... more info.
January 21st. 2018
Florida Today News - Logan Divers stabilizing Melbourne Causeway underwater pipe exposed by Hurricane Irma's currents
After Hurricane Irma, the city of Melbourne dispatched divers to the Indian River Lagoon to check the 20-inch water main beneath the Melbourne Causeway...... more info.
Subaqueous Pipeline Stabilization Project
ST. THOMAS, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS – A luxury resort on the south shore of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands recently stabilized a 300-foot long seawater intake pipeline using SlingBag® from QUIKRETE® placed by Logan Diving & Salvage... more info.
Logan Diving & Salvage Protects Underwater Habitat Using Slingbag From QUIKRETE for Stabilzation Project... more info.
Logan Diving & Salvage USA/Carribean Division provided surface supplied diving systems, management, commercial divers, and ancillary equipment to assist with underwater multibeam scanning of a recently failed Bridge in Jacksonville, Florida... more info.
Logan Diving & Salvage completes comprehensive level 1 substructure inspection of global energy and bulk commodities suppliers marine facility, Kingston, Jamaica... more info.