PileMedic® Installation Videos

This page contains videos of several installations of PileMedic®. You can click on the YouTube link, whereby the video as stored on www.YouTube.com will play. Alternatively, in some cases, the video of the installation may be available on this website. For those whose browser cannot access YouTube, this provides an alternative way to watch the video.

Videos of Installation of PileMedic®
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U.S. Navy and Army divers demonstate PileMedic's Rapid Pile Repair Capabilities in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Corrosion damaged concrete columns in Kangaroo Point Bridge (Brisbane, Australia) being repaired and strengthened with PileMedic. This system not only protects the column but it also strengthens the column to resist greater loads.
A time-lapse video of three localized repairs being done for testing. Three piles were wrapped and grouted in two hours!
A time-lapse video of five localized repairs being done for testing. Five piles wrapped in three hours!
PileMedic can be sold in kits with installation instructions for contractors to follow.
Many older non-ductile concrete frames in seismic regions have weak columns and strong beams. Our patented technology allows fast and cost-effective retrofit of these structures with little loss of precious floor area..
PileMedic ended a 15-year long search for a solution to repair these submerged piles in Australia. The piles were damaged by alkali silica reaction (ASR) and the river was infested with crocodiles.
Texas Underwater Timber Pile Repair
Twenty deteriorated timber piles of varying sizes were repaired in this project in Port O'Connor, Texas. The video shows how long sections of a pile can be repaired without the need for divers. .
TEP
Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) utilized our glass laminates for repair of nearly 70 corroded steel poles in substations. No shutdown was necessary for the repairs! Click here to read a published article about this project.
Bridges
Condominium in Miami, FL, where all deteriorated underwater piles were repaired with PileMedic®™ glass laminates with no need for coffer dams. To read an article about this project published in Concrete Repair Bulletin,click here
Underwater
Missouri DOT St. Louis Bridges; some 50 deteriorated steel pilings were repaired in a record time, improving the bridge rating for these structures. Click here to read a published article about this project
Lecture to Midwest Bridge Engineers
On June 2, 2011 Professor Ehsani gave a lecture entitled “Innovative Products for Repair of Pilings & Culverts” at the Spring 2011 Midwest Bridge Working Group Meeting in St. Louis, MO. A Video of this 40-minute long presentation including the PowerPoint slides and audio is available here.