A.B. Chance Helicap Engineering Software

A.B. Chance offers the only interactive software in the industry that helps you solve your tension and compression project requirements with helical anchors. It performs powerful calculations on your site soil parameters to help you build better and faster. Use it for designing foundations, tiebacks, soil nails, and heavy guyed loads.

The Helical Capacity Design Software (Helicap) is a state-of-the-art helical pile and helical anchor capacity program. It is designed to work in tandem with the Microsoft Windows operating system. What makes this software so beneficial is that it streamlines the development process of your project, removes headaches, and gives you peace of mind.

Helicap is just one more example of how Intech Anchoring goes above and beyond to equip our customers with the best tools and technology for their needs.

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Helicap Software Makes Deep Foundation Projects Easier to Complete

One of the great things about this industry is the number of possible foundation solutions out there. Intech Anchoring alone can supply a whole variety of products from many different manufacturers. Unfortunately, this presents the challenge of sorting through them and finding the best products for your project. Helicap software from A.B. Chance makes the selection process straightforward and trustworthy.

The software comes with built-in features for empowering your design professional to choose the helical pile or anchor components that are required to meet the specific requirements of a project. You only have to put in the appropriate environmental information, such as soil conditions, and the Helicap program will recommend the needed pile along with predicting the correct installation depth.   

Helicap was designed with a user-friendly interface and crystal clear graphics to display both the input and output data. It is presented in easy-to-understand profiles, tables, and graphs. This software allows you to find the balance between three of the most essential goals in any project: safety, cost effectiveness, and performance.