What is the easiest way to remove metal fence posts?
To remove a metal fence post set in dirt, some strong muscles, a shovel, and patience will do the job. To remove a metal fence post set in concrete, you can pry it out with a car jack, tractor, or lever made from lumber. If it’s set in continuous concrete, you may need some heavier machinery, like a jackhammer.
How do you remove metal from the ground?
Acid leaching is also a type of washing that uses acids like sulfuric acid to extract metals from soil. Another type of ex situ method is electrokinetic soil remediation, which uses current to remove heavy metals from soil. The electrodes are placed in the sediment and a low direct current is allowed to flow.
Can you reuse fence posts with concrete?
Pulling up an existing fence post to reuse can be quite a task. Posts with concrete at the base are the most difficult to remove and reuse because the concrete base is larger than the post, which makes pulling it up through the ground much harder.
How do you get a rotary spike out of the ground?
Removing a ground spike. Place new one next door is best answer, followed by dig it out. You might be able to attach some sort of slide hammer to pull it out but it’s only thin so any attachment may pull out.
How do you pull T posts?
Position a garden hose to be running into the ground where the T-post is. While water flows freely into the post hole, start rocking the T-post back and forth. You will continue this motion until the ground loosens around the T-post and you can pull it free.