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GB/T 13476-2009
ICS 91.100.30
Q 14
GB/T 13476-2009
Replacing GB/T 13476-1999
Pretensioned Spun Concrete Piles
(Translator Note. Please note that there is an Amendment Sheet for this Standard)
Issued by.
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection
and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China;
Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope ... 6 
2 Normative references ... 6 
3 Product classification ... 7 
4 Raw materials and general requirements ... 9 
5 Technical requirements ... 12 
6 Test methods ... 15 
7 Inspection rules ... 19 
8. Mark ... 22 
9 Storage and transportation ... 23 
10 Product certificate ... 25 
Annex A (Informative Annex) Basic dimensions and mechanical
performance indicators of non-preferred series ... 26 
Annex B (Normative Annex) Structure Reinforcement of Piles ... 28 
Annex C (Normative Annex) Share performances and test methods of
piles ... 30 
Annex D (Normative Annex) Calculation method for effective
prestressed value of pile concrete ... 33 
National Standard No.1 Amendment Sheet ... 36 
Clause 5.1.2, clause 5.1.3, clause 5.2, clause 5.3 and clause 5.6 in this Standard are
mandatory; the rest are recommended.
Consistent degree between this Standard and Japanese industrial standard JIS A
5373.2004 “Precast Prestressed Concrete Products” is non-equivalent.
This Standard replaces GB 13476-1999 “Pretensioned Spun Concrete Piles”.
Compared with GB 13476-1999, main differences of this Standard are as follows.
— Revise the representation method of normative references (chapter 2 in edition
1999; chapter 2 in this Standard);
— Revise the product classification (chapter 3 in edition 1999; chapter 3 in this
— Revise raw materials and general requirements (chapter 4 in edition 1999; chapter 4
in this Standard);
— Revise technical requirements (chapter 5 in edition 1999; chapter 5 in this
— Revise test method (chapter 6 in edition 1999; chapter 6 in this Standard);
— Revise inspection rules (chapter 7 in edition 1999; chapter 7 in this Standard);
— Revise marks (chapter 8 in edition 1999; chapter 8 in this Standard);
— Revise storage and transport (chapter 9 in edition 1999; chapter 9 in this Standard);
— Adjust the product certificate (chapter 10 in this Standard);
— Delete the provisions on product classification.
— Add pile specifications and minimum reinforcement area of prestressed steel (Table
1 in this Standard);
— Add the requirements for minimum thickness of end plate (Table 2 in this Standard);
— Add the requirements for aggregates used for piles that have anti-freeze,
impermeability and other special requirements ( in this Standard);
— Add quality requirements for silica sand powder, superfine slag powder, coal ash,
silica fume and other admixtures ( in this Standard);
— Add shear performance requirements and test methods of piles (4.2.3 in this
Wang Chong, Yu Yuanbao, Wei Yiling, Wang Xinxiang, Xu Xiangyuan, Yu Yachao, He
Yaohui, Lang Wengang, Zhou Zhaodi, Xu Xinghua, Zhang Jiechun, Zhang Yao, Huang
Haiyan, Xie Xiaofeng, Xie Biao and Liao Zhenzhong.
This Standard was first-time released in 1992 and first-time revised in 1999. This is the
second revision.
Pretensioned Spun Concrete Piles
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the pretensioned spun concrete piles (hereinafter referred to as
piles) - classification, raw materials and general requirements, technical requirements,
testing methods, inspection rules, marking, storage and transportation, product certificate,
This Standard applies to centrifugal shaping pretensioned concrete piles for industrial and
civil buildings, ports, municipal works, bridges, railways, highways, water conservancy
and other projects.
2 Normative references
The articles contained in the following documents have become part of this document
when they are quoted herein. For the dated documents so quoted, all subsequent
modifications (including all corrections) or revisions made thereafter do not apply to this
Standard. However, the parties who reach an agreement according to this Standard are
encouraged to study whether the latest versions of these documents may be used. For
the undated documents so quoted, the latest versions (including all modification sheets)
apply to this document.
GB 175 Common Portland cement
GB/T 700 Carbon structural steels
GB/T701 Hot rolled low carbon steel wire rods
GB 1499.2 Steel for the reinforcement of concrete - Part 2. Hot rolled ribbed bars
GB/T 1596-2005 Fly ash used for cement and concrete
GB/T 5223.3-2005 Steel bars prestressed concrete
GB 8076 Concrete admixtures
GB/T 14684 Sand for building
GB/T 14685 Pebble and crushed stone for building
GB/T 18046-2008 Ground granulated blast furnace slag used for cement and concrete
GB/T 18736-2002 Mineral admixtures for high strength and high performance concrete
GB/T 50081 Standard for test method of mechanical properties on ordinary concrete
GB 50164 Standard foe quality control of concrete
GBJ 107 Standard for evaluation of concrete compressive strength
JC/T 540 Cold-drawn low-carbon wire for concrete products
JC/T 94 End plate for pretensioned spun concrete piles
JC/T 950-2005 Ground silica sand used for pretensioned spun high-strength concrete
JGJ 63 Standard of water for concrete
3 Product classification
3.1 Product class and code
Piles are divided into prestressed concrete piles and prestressed high-strength concrete
piles. The code of prestressed concrete pile is PC; the code of prestressed high-strength
concrete piles is PHC.
3.2 Product specifications and models
3.2.1 According to the outer diameters of piles, it is divided into 300 mm, (350 mm), 400
mm, (450 mm), 500 mm, (550 mm), 600 mm, 700 mm, 800 mm, 1 000 mm, 1 200 mm, 1
300 mm, 1 400 mm, etc.
Note. Specifications in brackets are non-preferred series, the basic dimensions are shown in
Annex A.
3.2.2 Piles are divided into type A, type AB, type B and type C according to effective
prestressed value.
3.3 Structural dimensions
3.3.1 Structural shapes and basic dimensions of piles shall conform to the provisions in
Figure 1 and Table 1.
3.3.2 Length of pile shall include pile body and joints.
t — Wall thickness;
L — Length;
D — Outer diameter.
Prestressed high-strength concrete piles of type A that have an outer diameter of 500 mm,
wall thickness of 100 mm and length of 12 m are marked as follows.
PHC 500 A 100-12 GB 13476
4 Raw materials and general requirements
4.1 Raw materials
4.1.1 Cement
Use Portland cement, ordinary Portland cement and Portland slag cement of which the
strength is not lower than 42.5; the quality shall conform to the provisions of GB 175.
4.1.2 Aggregates Fine aggregates should adopt clean-natural hard medium-coarse sand or artificial
sand; fineness modulus is preferably 2.5~3.2. When artificial sand is used, fineness
modulus may be 2.5~3.5; the quality shall conform to relevant provisions in GB/T 14684;
silt content of sand is not greater than 1%; chlorine ion content is not greater than 0.01%;
sulfide and sulfate content is not greater than 0.5%. Coarse aggregates should adopt gravels or crushed pebbles; the maximum
particle size shall not exceed 25 mm and may not exceed 3/4 of clear distance of bars;
quality shall conform to relevant provisions of GB/T 14685; silt content of stone is not
greater than 0.5%; sulfide and sulfate content does not exceed 0.5%. For piles that have anti-freeze, impermeability or other special requirements, the
aggregates used shall conform to relevant provisions of corresponding standards.
4.1.3 Steel Prestressed steel shall adopt steel bar for concrete. The quality shall conform to
the provisions on low relaxation spiral channel steel bar in GB/T 5223.3; tensile strength is
not less than 1 420 MPa; non-proportional extension strength is not less than 1 280 MPa;
elongation after fracture shall not be greater than the stipulation on ductility grade 35 in
Table 3 of GB/T 5223.3-2005. Spiral ribs should adopt low-carbon steel hot-rolled wire rods; concrete products
adopts cold drawn low-carbon steel wire; the quality shall respectively conform to the
relevant provisions in GB/T 701JC/T 540. Generally piles have no end anchor bars. When end-anchor bar is required,
anchor bars should adopt low-carbon steel hot-rolled wire ...
(Above excerpt was released on 2015-09-15, modified on 2021-06-07, translated/reviewed by: Wayne Zheng et al.)
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