Hot-rolled sheet pile sections

Hot-rolled steel sheet piles are mainly used for construction engineering projects, because of the high rigidity, very good driving characteristics including a high section modulus. Hot-rolled piling sections are rolled at a temperature of more than 1,200° Celsius. Consequently the steel has a high plasticity and enables multiple profile shapes.

U-sections

Applications in construction
- Marine engineering
- Structures for waterways and watercourses
- Embankment protection
- Transport infrastructure construction
- Trench shoring
- Excavations

Advantages
- Wide-ranging applications through outstanding structural properties
- Optimum reuse
- Good driving performance, good quality
- Easy installation of anchor systems and hinged connections, even underwater
- Good corrosion protection

Z-sections (on demand)

Applications in construction
- Marine engineering
- Structures for waterways and watercourses
- Embankment protection
- Transport infrastructure construction
- Trench shoring
- Excavations

Advantages
- Low interlock friction
- Reduced deflection
- Minimized handling costs
- Optimum section modulus

Steel sheet piles

Composite steel piling

Composite steel piles are made by welding together two or more individual sheet piles. They are ideal for dolphin structures as they absorb additional bending loads and large vertical loads.

Composite steel piles are fabricated in our workshops in accordance with general welding regulations.


Steel piles PSt

PSt steel piles are used in foundation works, water engineering and bridge building. As independent structural members they are often used in foundations, both as vertical or slightly inclined compression and tension piles and as pile support structures or as diagonally driven anchor piles.

Steel beams

Walers made from wide flange beams are used in various shoring methods. They include vertical shoring, which consists of trench sheeting sections/lightweight sections, struts, walers and waler attachments. The waling in these cases consists of the wide flange beam HEB 140-300 depending on strut spacing and structural requirements.

In another method using timber sheet piles and pile locks, the so-called beam-pile wall, both wide flange beams and U-channels are used in a size range from 200-300.

Heavy-duty wall sections

Combined sheet pile walls consist of bearing piles and intermediate piles, and are used worldwide in heavy coastal engineering projects. Applications in ports include quay walls, moles, dock structures and Ro-Ro facilities. Combined walls are also used in locks, weirs, inland ports, landfills and bridge abutments.
For very heavy-duty marine applications, bearing piles are connected with the interlock section. These box piles combine high section moduli with high wall weights. For medium-duty uses in combined walls, bearing piles and intermediate piles are combined according to structural requirements. As additions to the range, new bearing piles with a higher section modulus and a new intermediate sheet pile with a system width of 675 mm have been developed.

Advantages
- Modular system, which provides options for combined sheet pilingplus optimum adaptation to suit structural and constructional requirements
- Secure, structural connections
- Good driving characteristics thanks to essentially symmetrical arrangement of pile sections

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