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Steel Sheet Piles
Sheetpiles are widely used for the construction of port and harbour structures, bank reinforcements on rivers and canals. It has gained high market acceptance due to construction efficiencies on applications such as protection of excavations on land and in water and excavation works for bridgement abutments, retaining walls and foundations structures, etc
Advantages of steel sheet piles:
- Faster construction compared to rc walls
- Can be easily driven with both silent and vibratory methods
- Available in customised lengths such as 9m, 12m and 15m
- Environment sustainability : Reuse and recycle
- Possess resale value
Steel sheetpiles are available in hot-rolled and cold formed although hot rolled are more commonly adopted.
Type of sheetpiles:
- U-shaped sheet piles (400mm, 500mm, 600mm widths)
- Z shaped sheet piles (700mm width)
- Hat shaped sheet piles (900mm width)
Sheet Piles Corner Piles – L and S Interlocks
Corner piles are sometimes required whenever there is change in sheet pile wall direction, which cannot be accommodated by the rotation of sheet pile interlock (typically 5 degrees). Traditionally, moulded corner piles or fabricated by cutting other piles and welded together were used. However, these methods are either costly and time consuming.
An innovative, well-proven design L and S interlock series are developed. These series are able to deliver quality and reliability at lower costs for site applications. They are simply tag welded and driven immediately on site and is suitable to match with most types of sheetpiles. Such interlocks can be with steel pipes or steel beams combined with sheetpiles to form composite walls
Steel beams, also referred to as I beams or H beams, depending on its product shape. The unique structural build and design of the steel beam makes it capable of handling a variety of loads. It consists of two horizontal planes, known as flanges, connected by one vertical section, or the web. The shape of the flanges and the web create an “I” or “H” cross-section.
Steel beams are usually made from structural steel, but some are made from aluminium. The steel beam size, weight, section depth, flange width, web thickness and other specifications differ depending on different purposes. Available lengths are in 9m and 12m.
Sing Lee Standard Sizes:
|H Beams||200 x 200||46 kg/m|
|250 x 250||73 kg/m|
|300 x 300||93 kg/m|
|350 x 350||137 kg/m|
|400 x 400||147 kg/m|
|I Beams||406 x 178||60 kg/m|
|533 x 210||92 kg/m|
|610 x 229||113 kg/m|
Mild steel plates are commonly product use in construction sites. They are use in ground protection, access and platform stabilization, earth retaining system as well as in load testing. One common application will be as steel plate lagging driven between soldier piles or sheet piles.
The most common size will be 20 ft by 5 ft (6m by 1.5m) with thickness 20mm or 25mm. Other sizes are also possible upon request
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