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HELICAL PILE DESIGN SOFTWARE

Free Engineering Software

Ram Jack® provides free engineering software for use in designing and implementing helical piling. Ram Jack Foundation Solutions™ Software was designed by engineers, with engineers in mind. By inputting information specific to each job, our software calculates what helical configuration is needed to successfully complete the work.

You can create and simulate the soil condition at the project site, make as many individual anchors within the same data file as desired, and download a professional PDF that can be utilized for submittals. For ultimate convenience, you can also share projects in real-time with other registered users.

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What You Get When You Register

  • Web-based software system

  • Online database to store all projects created

  • Accessible anywhere, anytime

  • Professional PDF output

  • Provides approximate anticipated embedment depth along with capacities

  • Real-time online sharing of projects among registered users

  • PC- and tablet-friendly

Ram Jack Foundation Solutions™ allows engineers to design and model helical piles in all soil conditions. The software allows multiple pile diameters and helix configurations to be modeled in the same soil conditions so the optimum pile can be chosen for the required loads. The professional calculation printout includes: compression and tension capacities, minimum installation torque, and approximate embedment depth of the pile/anchor.

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