The Patented WTX PPB-600 concentric pier is the latest in concrete resistance piering. The unique design and engineering allow you to use WTX push pier technology directly beneath the load or footing. The concrete cylinder design penetrates the soil to load-bearing strata. WTX, a leader in technology, has created the strongest and deepest driving concentric pier system on the market today!
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What is The WTX Concentric Pier?
No longer do you have to settle for weak, shallow driving under footing piers. The PPB-600 pier system drives deeper, lifts larger loads, and is more stable than any other concentric pier on the market. The staff at WTX have developed this pier to be placed directly under loads for crawl space applications, limited access areas, and slab-on-grade homes.
The PPB-600 steel pier was designed to be the strongest foundation pier in the industry by combining concrete cylinders with a steel bracket designed for a manifold lifting system. It is installed centrally beneath the footing rather than outside of the footing, thus transferring the structural load directly on top of the pier bracket. Our concentric pier system will achieve the greatest depth while installed in a position to provide the greatest support.
Designed to be the strongest foundation structural support in the industry.
Bracket made from steel
Sturdy enough for commercial foundations
Uses hydraulic manifold lifting system
Installs with industry-leading 10,000 psi system
Designed by engineers for homeowners
WTX CONCENTRIC PIER STATS
Ultimate Capacity – 54,000 lb
Fully Adjustable 4” Lift Capability
Installs From Outside or Inside Structure
Installs With Portable Equipment
Installed With Little or No Vibration
Installs To Verified Load Bearing Stratum
100% of Piers Field Load Tested During Installation
Protect Your Home’s Health With WTX
If you are experiencing issues with your concrete, consider calling us here at WTX Foundation Repair. You don’t necessarily need to tear out and replace your concrete. You may be able to repair it. We will be able to tell you for sure