Precast Footing

The Plinth is a single-block pre-cast element made of vibrated reinforced concrete, having a cage type reinforcement

Its square-shape base sole allows to use it in both directions, with a variable height providing stiffness in the positions of highest stress.

The footwall allows to embed pillars having sections from 50x50 to 70x70 cm. The plinth is laid on sub-foundations designed to resist the stresses at bottom; this allows to build insulated foundations for single and multiple pre-cast buildings.

 The use, at batching stage, of well compacted concrete with proper admixtures, combined with a rational covering of the reinforcement sets, gives the concrete element higher resistance and durability.