Concrete pile and method of manufacturing concrete pile

(11) EP 3 358 085 Al

(22) 01.02.2017

(43) 08.08.2018 Bulletin 2018/32

(57) The concrete pile (1), which can be driven into the ground for supporting a building or a similar structure, comprises at least one reinforcing member (2) and at least one heat transfer pipe (4) for circulating heat trans­fer medium in the pile (1), the pile (1) having a first end forming a lower end of the pile (1) when the pile (1) is driven into the ground, and a second end forming an up­per end of the pile (1) when the pile (1) is driven into the ground, at least the second end comprising a fluid inlet (8) for...

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