Trench Shoring Products
thyssenkrupp Infrastructure is the distributor of Emunds + Staudinger Krings trench boxes in Australasia. Please e-mail us at email@example.com or
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This small steel trench box is designed specifically for inner city shoring jobs. The KVL is ideal for the laying and modernization of gas and water pipes and telephone and power cables and for the creation of service lines.
The KS 100 is a versatile trench box for a wide range of shoring tasks. It is the world's most frequently used trench box. Its uncomplicated use in countless variations in terms of trench width, assignment depth, lengths available on site and conventional vertical pipe clearances (up to 1.56 m) make all settings possible within the quoted maximum sizes.
Compact yet big enough for large pipe dimensions. The boxes of the Medium and Magnum class have captured a leading position in the market for efficiently laying unusually wide or long pipes. What distinguishes these boxes is their outstanding performance features such as shoring depth up to 6.00 m and trench width of over 4.70 m, with a vertical pipe clearance of up to 2.46 m.
The Manhole is a shaft shoring element displaying all the features of the compact shoring system but having side walls at right angles to the panels which are designed to take and load so that a four sided excavation can be achieved safely and swiftly.
With linear shoring, the soil outside of the trench remains untouched, meaning that there are no adverse effects to surrounding buildings and the traffic flow. Instead of permanently positioned hinged spreaders, the non-bending roller units of the linear shoring system hold the supports and thus keep the shoring panels in the trench apart.