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Hot Rolled Steel Sheet Pile Sections

Hot Rolled Steel Sheet Pile SectionsHot rolled steel sheet pile sections have a connection “interlock” at both ends of the section. These interlocks connect with one another to form a continuous wall of Sheet Piling. Soil conditions may allow for the sections to be vibrated into the ground instead of being hammer driven.

Typically hot rolled steel sheet piles are designed to create a rigid barrier for earth and water, while resisting the lateral pressures of those bending forces. The shape or geometry of a section lends to the structural strength.

 

In addition, the soil in which the section is driven has numerous mechanical properties that can affect the performance. The wall of sheeting provides excellent resistance to bending forces and is used to provide structural strength to a foundation.

 

U Sections

U Sections

U shaped sheet pile sections are well proven in both permanent and temporary works throughout the world. Our L and STU series U sections are available in 750/700/600/500mm system widths. All U sections incorporate well-known and efficient Larssen interlocks and offers excellent sealing application.

Z Sections

Z Sections

Z Sections: Continuous form of the web and location of the interlock symmetrically on each side of the neutral axis provides positive influence on the section modulus on the Z section.

Special Sections

Special Sections

Flat sheets, Larssen L430 sheet pile sections and box piles are all types of special sections. Find out their special capabilities and how you can use them in construction.

Corner Sections

Corner Sections

Our Corner Sections To find out more and to receive a free consultation e-mail us or call us at 1300 764 164 .    

Steel Grades for Steel Sheet Piles

Steel Grades for Steel Sheet Piles

Conditions of supply Hot rolled steel piles are supplied according to DIN EN 10248, cold roll formed piles according to DIN EN 10249.