It is a system for the containment of ditch excavations that ensures retaining excavation walls up to 4 m in width and 3.5 m in depth, drastically resolving the security problems of construction workers working on canalizations and sewer systems.
Diaphragm walls are walls built in the underground starting from the surface. Their use evolved from the practice of the early years of last century of adding bentonite slurry to well drilling fluids in order to stabilize uncased drill ...
Linear shoring - no comparison With Linear shoring the soil outside the trench remains untouched – no adverse effects on buildings and traffic flow. Instead of permanently positioned hinged spreaders, ...
The ALU-UP2 as weighing half the standard steel shores and offering a double supporting capacity it enables to save on the number of shores to be supplied. It enables to reach heights of 6 meters and over through suitable extensions. ...
... lightweight shoring for excavations by CONDOR is suited for compact land, in the absence of surrounding buildings, away from busy roads and in the presence of sagging soil content. Once assembled, the box is laid in ...
... industry, mainly gardening and landscaping companies as well as local authority contractors will benefit from this handy shoring system. The aluminium rails which belong to the Quick Shore system are available in 1,50 ...
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