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Only large metal trader will be able to assure deliveries of rolled metal of different types. PCF LLC “TechEnergoProm” is one of the best sellers of metallurgical products in Ukraine. In our Company, you can purchase metal products of different names. A sheet pile is one of the most demanded type of products.

A sheet pile is a special structural shape meant for erection of sheet-pile walls, the main purpose of which is to obstruct earth movement during the construction, occurrence of landslides, fences of construction sites, reinforcement and construction of barrages, and bridges.

Larssen Rolled Sheet Piles TU U 27.1-26524137-1375:2008

Profile name Profile sizes Weight of 1 m of length, kg Resistance moment of separate sheet pile, cm3 1 m of  sheet-pile wall Product Standard Steel Grade

B

b

H

s

t

Л4

436.0

292.2

204.5

14.80

9.50

74.0

405

2200

TU U 27.1-26524137-1375:2008

Ст3кп/сп/пс, 16ХГ, S355GP

Л5

466.0

332.0

196.0

21.0

11.0

100.0

461

2962

Л7

466.7

330.1

236.0

23.0

12.0

144.3

597

5010

Л5Д

534.0

319.0

240.0

21.0

11.0

104.6

594

3200

 

Larssen Rolled Sheet Piles Л5УM

Profile name Profile sizes Cross-section area cm2/m Weight Moment of inertia cm4 Elastic section modulus cm3/m Static moment cm3/m Plastic section modulus cm3/m

B

H

s

t

Separate pile cm2/m

Wall kg/m

Л5УM

506

470

23

11

290.2

113.9

228

76437

3555

2017

4034

 

Class

1

2

3

4

235

S 240GP

С 255

345

240

S 270GP

С 285

 

270

S 320GP

С 345

 

320

S 355GP

 

 

355

 

 

 

 

Classes

1

Strength class as per TU 0925-008-00186269-2012 

2

Strength classes as per EN 10248-1

3

Strength classes as per GOST 27772-88 

4

Strength classes as per GOST 19281

Strength classes 240, 270, 320, and 355 by their characteristics correspond to S240GP, S270GP, S320GP, and S355GP as per EN 10248-1.

A pile can be manufactured of improved corrosion-resistant steel due to copper alloying, classes 320 and 355 as per TU 0925-008-00186269-2012:

  • with increased copper content ranging from 0.20 to 0.35 % (320Д1, 355Д1), with high copper content ranging from 0.35 to 0.50 % (320Д2, 355Д2); classes 345 as per GOST 19281 -89, C345 as per TU 27772-88:
  • with copper content ranging from 0.15 to 0.30 % (345Д, С345Д).

A pile is made of welding steel, which is ensured by chemical composition of steel with limited carbon equivalent that should not exceed 0.45 percent.

Z-type sheet piles

The most importance characteristics of Z-sections are an extended shape of the wall and equally-spaced location of locks on both sides of the neutral axis. They have a positive impact on the resistance moment. The advantages of AZ® series sections with the exclusive characteristics and checked properties of Larssen lock lie in the following:

  • competitive resistance moments/weight ratio;
  • increased moment of inertia to reduced bend;
  • large width ensuring highly productive diving;
  • good corrosion resistance due to the steel thickening at critical corrosion points

Profile name >Width Height Thickness Cross-section area Weight Moment of inertia Elastic section modulus Steel Grades

b

h

t

S

Separate piles

Walls

mm

mm

mm

mm

cm²/m

kg/m

kg/m²

cm4m

cm³m

AZ 12-770

770

344

8.5

8.5

120

72.6

94

21430

1245

                

AZ 13-770

770

344

9.0

9.0

126

76.1

99

22360

1300

AZ 14-770

770

345

9.5

9.5

132

79.5

103

23300

1355

AZ 14-770-10/10

770

345

10.0

10.0

137

82.9

108

24240

1405

AZ 12-700

700

314

8.5

8.5

123

67.7

97

18880

1205

AZ 13-700

700

315

9.5

9.5

135

74.0

106

20540

1305

AZ 13-700-10/10

700

316

10.0

10.0

140

77.2

110

21370

1355

AZ 14-700

700

316

10.5

10.5

146

80.3

115

22190

1405

AZ 17-700

700

420

8.5

8.5

133

73.1

104

36230

1730

AZ 18-700

700

420

9.0

9.0

139

76.5

109

37800

1800

AZ 19-700

700

421

9.5

9.5

146

80.0

114

39380

1870

AZ 20-700

700

421

10.0

10.0

152

83.5

119

40960

1945

AZ 24-700

700

459

11.2

11.2

174

95.7

137

55820

2430

S 240 GP,S 270 GP,S 320 GP,S 355 GP,S 390 GP,S 430 GP,S 460 AP

AZ 26-700

700

460

12.2

12.2

187

102.9

147

59720

2600

A 328; A 572 Gr. 50; A 690; A 572 Gr. 55; A 572 Gr. 60; A 572 Gr. 65

AZ 28-700

700

461

13.2

13.2

200

110.0

157

63620

2760

Gr. 260 W, Gr. 300 W, Gr. 350 W, Gr. 400 W

AZ 24-700N

700

459

12.5

9.0

163

89.7

128

55890

2435

SY 295, SY 390

AZ 26-700N

700

460

13.5

10.0

176

96.9

138

59790

2600

 

AZ 28-700N

700

461

14.5

11.0

189

104.1

149

63700

2765

AZ 36-700N

700

499

15.0

11.2

216

118.6

169

89610

3590

AZ 38-700N

700

500

16.0

12.2

230

126.4

181

94840

3795

AZ 40-700N

700

501

17.0

13.2

244

134.2

192

100080

3995

AZ 42-700N

700

499

18.0

14.0

259

142.1

203

104930

4205

AZ 44-700N

700

500

19.0

15.0

273

149.9

214

110150

4405

AZ 46-700N

700

501

20.0

16.0

287

157.7

225

115370

4605

AZ 18²)

630

380

9.5

9.5

150

74.4

118

34200

1800

AZ 18-10/10

630

381

10.0

10.0

157

77.8

123

35540

1870

AZ 26²)

630

427

13.0

12.2

198

97.8

155

55510

2600

AZ 46

580

481

18.0

14.0

291

132.6

229

110450

4595

AZ 48

580

482

19.0

15.0

307

139.6

241

115670

4800

AZ 50

580

483

20.0

16.0

322

146.7

253

121060

5015

  • The classification is carried out in accordance with Standard EN 1993-5. Class 1 is assigned after check of the rotary power of Class 2 cross-sections. A set of tables with all data necessary for the development of project in accordance with Standard EN 1993-5 may be required in our Technical Department. Steel grade S 460 AP is used against order in accordance with the Plant Specification.
  • At the request, AZ® sections may be rolled with the thickness plus or minus 0.5 mm and 1.0 mm

Furring profile

Furring Profile Sheet Pile

 

Furring Profile Sheet Pile has a great deal of advantages as follows:

  • a variety of sections with some series with different geometrical characteristics being formed of them makes it possible to choose the most technically and cost-effective decisions for each concrete project;
  • the combination of a larger depth of the profile wave in regards to a larger flange thickness ensures superior static properties of the profiles;
  • the symmetric form of a separate pile makes these section suitable for repeated use;
  • possibility of assembling and fixation of profiles in pairs within the workshop conditions makes it possible to improve quality of diving and operational performance;
  • light installing of the anchor devises and articulated joints is available even under water;
  • good corrosion resistance due to the steel thickening at critical corrosion points

Profile name Width Height

 

Thickness Cross-section area Weight Moment of inertia Elastic section modulus Steel Grades

b

h

t

S

Separate piles

Walls

mm

mm

mm

mm

cm²/m

kg/m

kg/m²

cm4m

cm³m

AU™ sections

 

AU 14

750

408

10

8.3

132

77.9

104

28680

1405

AU 16

750

411

11.5

9.3

147

86.3

115

32850

1600

AU 18

750

441

10,5

9.1

150

88.5

118

39300

1780

AU 20

750

444

12

10

165

96.9

129

44440

2000

AU 23

750

447

13

9.5

173

102.1

136

50700

2270

AU 25

750

450

14.5

10,2

188

110,4

147

56240

2500

PU® sections

PU 12

600

360

9.8

9

140

66.1

110

21600

1200

PU 12-10/10

600

360

10

10

148

69.6

116

22580

1255

PU 18-1

600

430

10,2

8.4

154

72.6

121

35950

1670

PU 18

600

430

11.2

9

163

76.9

128

38650

1800

PU 18+1

600

430

12.2

9.5

172

81.1

135

41320

1920

PU 22-1

600

450

11.1

9

174

81.9

137

46380

2060

PU 22

600

450

12.1

9.5

183

86.1

144

49460

2200

PU 22+1

600

450

13.1

10

192

90,4

151

52510

2335

S 240 GP,S 270 GP,S 320 GP,S 355 GP,S 390 GP,S 430 GP,S 460 AP

PU 28-1

600

452

14.2

9.7

207

97.4

162

60580

2680

A 328; A 572 Gr. 50; A 690; A 572 Gr. 55; A 572 Gr. 60; A 572 Gr. 65

PU 28

600

454

15.2

10,1

216

101.8

170

64460

2840

Gr. 260 W, Gr. 300 W, Gr. 350 W, Gr. 400 W

PU 28+1

600

456

16.2

10,5

226

106.2

177

68380

3000

SY 295, SY 390

PU 32

600

452

19.5

11

242

114.1

190

72320

3200

 

GU™ sections

GU 6N 

600

309

6

6

89

41.9

70

9670

625

GU 7N

600

310

6.5

6.4

94

44.1

74

10450

675

 GU 7S

600

311

7.2

6.9

100

46.3

77

11540

740

GU 8N

600

312

7.5

7.1

103

48.5

81

12010

770

GU 8S

600

313

8

7.5

108

50.8

85

12800

820

GU 13N 

600

418

9

7.4

127

59.9

100

26590

1270

GU 14N

600

420

10

8

136

64.3

107

29410

1400

GU 15N

600

422

11

8.6

146

68.7

115

32260

1530

GU 16N 

600

430

10,2

8.4

154

72.6

121

35950

1670

GU 18N

600

430

11.2

9

163

76.9

128

38650

1800

GU 20N

600

430

12.2

9.5

172

81.1

135

41320

1920

GU 21N

600

450

11.1

9

174

81.9

137

46380

2060

 GU 22N

600

450

12.1

9.5

183

86.1

144

49460

2200

GU 23N

600

450

13.1

10

192

90,4

151

52510

2335

GU 16-400

400

290

12.7

9.4

197

62

155

22580

1560

GU 18-400

400

292

15

9.7

221

69.3

173

26090

1785

The values of moment of inertia and elastic section modulus characterize a transverse force transferable through the lock.

Standard EN 1993-5. Class 1 is assigned after check of the rotary power of Class 2 cross-sections.

A set of tables with all data necessary for the development of project in accordance with

Standard EN 1993-5 may be required in our Technical Department.

The thickness of all PU® sections may be changed for ± 0.5 to 1 mm against order.

Longevity of sheet piles

Unprotected steel is subjected to corrosion in the atmosphere, water or earth that may result in its damage.

Local impairment and rust as a rule are considered as the problems eliminating at the site.

In dependence to the requirements for service life and capabilities for access to the construction for its maintenance, the longevity of steel structure may be ensured by with the use of one or some techniques:

  • protection by means of application of coating a rule only for the zones with a high risk for initiation of corrosion);
  • usage of more powerful profile or higher steel grade to ensure larger reserve by the static characteristics;
  • usage of steel grade developed for sea water, ASTM A690 (for the splash zone);
  • avoidance of the maximum bending moments in the zones of high corrosion probability;
  • location of concrete wall capping below the low-water level;
  • cathodic protection by induced current or anodic earthing (protection of surface in permanent contact with water);
  • usage of steel grade AmLoCor® (permanent diving zone and low-water zone)

All sections are delivered with the steel grades in Accordance EN 10248-1. The possibility for

delivery of sections with the special steel grades should be ascertained. Possible combinations are given in the Table below. At the Customer’s request, there may be delivered the special steel grades, such as for example, S 460 AP, the steel grades according to the United States Standard ASTM A 572, the steel grades with improved corrosion resistance characteristics, such as for example, AmLoCor and

ASTM A 690 or copper steel in accordance with EN 10248 Part 1.

LARSSEN Sheet Piles

  1. The values of section modulus may be used only in the static calculations even if at least every second lock in the wall is working in shear.

The length ranges from 30 to 36 m at the request.

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).

 

Modulus of section

Weight Axial moment of inertia Section width Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

cm³  Separate pile

kg/m² Wall

kg/m Separate pile

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

LARSSEN_755

-0.5

1920

573

124.0

93.0

43200

750

450

11.2

9.7

LARSSEN_703

-0.5

1150

408

93.0

65.1

23000

700

400

9

7.7

LARSSEN_704

-0.5

1530

523

111.4

78.0

33660

700

440

9.7

9.2

LARSSEN 600

-0.5

480

124

90.0

53.4

3600

600

150

9

9.1

LARSSEN 602

-0.5

790

254

85.5

51.3

12245

600

310

7.7

7.6

LARSSEN 603

-0.5

1150

320

104.5

62.7

17825

600

310

9.2

7.9

LARSSEN 603 K

-0.5

1190

335

109.5

65.7

18445

600

310

9.5

8.7

LARSSEN 604n

-0.5

1540

415

119.5

71.7

29260

600

380

9.5

8.8

LARSSEN 605

-0.5

1950

515

135.5

81.3

40950

600

420

12

8.8

LARSSEN 606n

-0.5

2410

560

153.7

92.2

52420

600

435

13.9

9

LARSSEN 628

-0.5

2700

575

161.8

97.1

61560

600

456

15.8

9.6

LARSSEN 607n

-0.5

3130

671

186.5

111.9

70740

600

452

18.5

10,4

LARSSEN 23

-0.5

1930

539

151.6

75.8

40530

500

420

11

9.8

LARSSEN 24

-0.5

2440

542

171.6

85.8

51240

500

420

15.1

9.8

LARSSEN 25

-0.5

2980

625

202.6

101.3

62580

500

420

19.5

11.3

LARSSEN Sheet Piles Positive Tolerance

  1. The values of modulus of section may be used only in the static calculations even if at least every second lock in the wall is working in shear.

The length ranges from 30 to 36 m at the request.

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).

  Modulus of section Weight Axial moment of inertia Section weight Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

cm³  Separate pile

kg/m² Wall

kg/m Separate pile

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

LARSSEN 755

+0.5

2060

586

131.5

98.6

46350

750

450

12.2

10,3

LARSSEN 703

+0.5

1270

433

100.0

70.0

25400

700

400

10

8.3

LARSSEN 704

+0.5

1670

548

118.6

83.0

36740

700

440

10.7

9.8

LARSSEN 600

+0.5

540

132

99.0

59.4

4050

600

150

10

9.9

LARSSEN 601

+0.5

790

246

81.8

49.1

12245

600

310

8

6.8

LARSSEN 602

+0.5

880

264

92.5

55.5

13640

600

310

8.7

8.4

LARSSEN 603

+0.5

1250

340

111.5

66.9

19375

600

310

10,2

8.5

LARSSEN 603K

+0.5

1290

343

116.5

69.9

19995

600

310

10,5

9.3

LARSSEN 604n

+0.5

1667

421

126.5

75.9

31675

600

380

10,5

9.2

LARSSEN 605

+0.5

2090

525

142.5

85.5

43890

600

420

13

9.2

LARSSEN 606n

+0.5

2570

570

160.5

96.3

55900

600

435

14.9

9.4

LARSSEN 628

+0.5

2850

590

169.0

101.4

64980

600

456

16.8

10

LARSSEN 607n

+0.5

3270

681

193.5

116.1

73900

600

452

19.5

10.8

LARSSEN 23

+0.5

2070

551

158.6

79.3

43470

500

420

12

10,2

LARSSEN 24

+0.5

2560

581

178.6

89.3

53760

500

420

16.1

10,2

LARSSEN 25

+0.5

3100

626

209.6

104.8

65100

500

420

20,5

11.7

HOESCH Sheet Piles (Finger lock)

The length ranges from 30 to 36 m at the request.

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).

  Modulus of section Weight Axial moment of inertia Section weight Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness ess

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

cm³  Separate pile

kg/m² Wall

kg/m Separate pile

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

 

HOESCH 1105

1100

628

101

58.1

14300

575

260

8.8

8.8

 

HOESCH 1205

1140

655

107

61.5

14820

575

260

9.5

9.5

 

HOESCH 1205 K

1200

690

112.5

64.7

15600

575

260

10,2

10,2

 

HOESCH 1255

1250

719

118

67.9

16250

575

260

10.8

10.8

 

HOESCH 1605

1600

920

107

61.5

28000

575

350

9.2

8.1

 

HOESCH 1655

1650

949

111.9

64.3

28870

575

350

9.6

8.5

 

HOESCH 1705

1720

989

116

66.7

30100

575

350

10

9

 

HOESCH 1705 K

1700

978

117

67.3

29750

575

350

9.5

9.5

 

HOESCH 1755

1750

1006

120.8

69.5

30625

575

350

10,4

9.5

 

HOESCH 1805

1800

1035

125

71.9

31500

575

350

10.8

9.9

 

HOESCH 2305

2320

1334

142.3

81.8

40600

575

350

11.5

8.4

 

HOESCH 2405

2400

1380

148

85.1

42000

575

350

12.1

9

 

HOESCH 2505

2480

1426

152

87.4

43400

575

350

12.5

9.5

 

HOESCH 2555 K

2540

1460

155

89.1

44450

575

350

12.8

10

 

HOESCH 2555

2550

1466

158.1

90.9

44625

575

350

13

10

 

HOESCH 2605

2600

1495

162.3

93.3

45500

575

350

13.3

10,3

 

UNION Straight-Web Piling Bar

  • Manufacture and delivery only against order.

The length ranges from 30 to 36 m at the request.

The piles with other wall thickness may be delivered.

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).

  Modulus of section Weight Axial moment of inertia Section width Section height Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

cm³   Separate pile

kg/m² Wall

kg/m Separate pile

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

FL 511

90

45

136

68

350

500

88

11

FL 512

90

45

142

71

360

500

88

12

FL 512.71

92

46

146.8

73.4

360

500

88

12.7

Light piles KL 3/4 -KL 3/8 and TKL 3/9

Length: up to 12 m (from 12 m to 14 m at the request)

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).


KL 3/4 to KL 3/8

 


TKL 3/9

  Modulus of section Weight Axial moment of inertia Section width Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

kg /m² Wall

kg/m

Separate pile

Iy cm4/ m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

KL 3/4*

276

41.1

31.6

2042

700

146

4.0

KL 3/5*

339

55.8

39.1

2502

700

147

5.0

KL 3/6

410

66.0

46.2

3080

700

148

6.0

KL 3/7*

460

78.0

54.6

3500

700

149

7.0

KL 3/8

540

88.0

61.5

4050

700

150

8.0

TKL 3/9

680

106.9

74.8

5120

700

160

9.0

Light piles HP 290S-4 - HP 290S-9

Length: up 17 m

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).

  Modulus of section >Weight Axial moment of inertia Section width Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

kg/m² Wall

kg/m Separate pile

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

HP 290S-5

774

69.7

49.5

10920

710

294

5.0

HP 290S-6

933

83.7

59.4

13530

710

296

6.0

HP 290S-7

1080

97.6

69.3

15701

710

298

7.0

HP 290S-8

1230

111.5

79.2

17896

710

300

8.0

HP 290S-9

1380

125.6

89.2

20896

710

300

9.0

Light piles ZK 785-5 - ZK 785-9 and ZK 675-5 - ZK 675-9

Length: up to 12 m

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).


ZK 785-5 to ZK 785-9


ZK 675-5 to ZK 675-9

  Modulus of section Weight Axial moment of inertia Section width Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

kg/m² Wall

kg/m

Separate pile

Iy cm4/ m

Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

ZK 785-5

605

53.4

41.9

8395

785

276

5.0

ZK 785-6

724

64.2

50.4

10053

785

277

6.0

ZK 785-7

836

74.4

58.4

11657

785

278

7.0

ZK 785-8

951

84.8

66.6

13302

785

279

8.0

ZK 785-9

1067

95.3

74.8

14944

785

280

9.0

ZK 675-5

972

62.1

41.9

18500

675

376

5.0

ZK 675-6

1164

74.4

50.4

22131

675

377

6.0

ZK 675-7

1350

86.5

58.4

25698

675

378

7.0

ZK 675-8

1540

98.7

66.6

29332

675

379

8.0

ZK 675-9

1728

110.8

74.8

32914

675

380

9.0

Trench Steel Sheet Piles

Length: up to 12 m (from 12 m to 14 m at the request)

The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).

 


KD VI/6 and KD VI/8


KD 4/4 and KD 4/6

  Modulus of section Weight Axial moment of inertia

 

Section width Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

kg/m² Wall

kg/m Separate pile

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

KD VI/61)

182

62.5

37.5

726

600

78

6.0

KD VI/81)

242

83.3

50.0

968

600

80

8.0

KD 4/42)

70

36.7

14.7

168

400

48

4.0

KD 4/62)

102

55.2

22.1

254

400

50

6.0

 

Hot Rolled Steel Sheet Piles

The values of section modulus may be used only in the static calculations even if at least every second lock in the wall is working in shear.


Type IV W,Type III W,Type II W,


Type VI L,Type V L,Type IV,Type III,Type II,


NSP-10H, NSP-25H

  Modulus of section Modulus of section cm3 Separate pile Weight kg/m Separate pile Axial moment of inertia Section width Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

 

kg/m² Wall

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

TKL 601

744

864

77.2

46.3

11530

7.5

6.4

310

600

TKL 602

842

984

89

53.4

13046

8.4

7.6

310

600

TKL 603

1200

1338

107

64.2

19199

9.6

8.2

320

600

TKL 603C

1300

1464

120,2

72.1

20930

10

10

322

600

TKL 604

1618

1830

121.8

73.1

31548

10

9

390

600

TKL 604C

1672

1890

125.3

75.2

32600

10,4

9.2

390

600

TKL 605

2021

2286

136.8

82.1

42433

12.3

9.2

420

600

TKL 605C

2068

2352

142.8

85.7

43435

12.4

10

420

600

TKL 606L

2205

2487

142.3

85.4

47402

13.4

9

430

600

TKL 606

2502

2812

156.5

93.9

53785

15.8

9.3

430

600

TKL 504L

1423

1619

127

63.5

24198

11.2

8.7

340

500

TKL 504

1602

1816

140.6

70,3

27233

13

9.3

340

500

Asia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Type

IV W

2700

539

177

106

56700

18

420

600

Type

III W

1800

376

136

81.6

32400

13.4

360

600

Type

II W

1000

203

103

61.8

13000

10,3

260

600

Type

VI L

3820

680

240

120

86000

27.6

450

500

Type

V L

3150

520

210

105

63000

24.3

400

500

Type

IV

2270

362

190

76.1

38600

15.5

340

400

Type

III

1340

223

150

60

16800

13

250

400

Type

II

874

152

120

48

8740

10,5

200

400

NSP-10H

902

812

96

86.4

10500

10.8

230

900

NSP-25H

1610

1450

126

113

24400

13.2

300

900

Z- type profile

Z-type and straight web profiles are manufactured with the length ranging from 30 to 36 m at the request. The calculations are based on the weight of a separate pile (kg/m).

Gerdau / ball-and-socket interlock Modulus of section Modulus of section cm3 Separate pile Weight kg/m Separate pile Axial moment of inertia Section width Section height Back wall thickness Web thickness

Wy1) cm³/m Wall

kg/m² Wall

Iy cm4/m Wall

b mm

h mm

t mm

s mm

PZC 13

1300

920

106

75.1

20760

9.5

9.5

319

708

PZC 14

14 00

990

115.5

81.8

22440

10.7

10.7

320

708

PZC 18

1800

1145

118.2

75.1

34890

9.5

9.5

387

635

PZC 19

1945

1235

128.8

81.8

37780

10.7

10.7

388

635

PZC 25

2455

1740

145.9

103.3

55190

14.2

12.3

449

708

PZC 26

2600

1840

155.4

110

58460

15.2

13.3

450

708

PZC 28

2755

1950

166.1

117.6

62150

16.4

14.5

457

708

PZC 37

3680

2100

181.2

103.6

98270

14.3

12.4

534

572

PZC 39

3890

2220

192.8

110,2

104100

15.2

13.3

535

572

PZC 41

4090

2340

204.1

116.6

109700

16.2

14.2

536

572

SLU Sheet Piles

U-type profile have a great deal of advantages:

  1. Combination of a large profile depth with high static characteristics
  2. Possibility of repeated use due to the symmetry of separate elements
  3. Possibility to pair the piles at the plant making for improvement in quality and ease in installation
  4. High corrosion resistance

Profile name Width Height Thickness Section area Weight Moment of inertia Elastic section modulus

B

H

T

 

Separate piles

Walls

mm

mm

mm

cm2/m

kg/m

kg/m2

cm4/m

cm3/m

SLU5-1

600

150

9.5

119.75

56.4

94

3825

510

SLU5-2

600

150

10

141.6

66.7

111

4050

540

SLU6-1

600

280

6

89.6

42.2

70.33

8960

640

SLU7-1

600

300

6

93.42

44

73.33

10350

690

SLU7-2

600

340

6

98.09

46.2

77

12665

745

SLU7-3

600

360

6

99.58

46.9

78.17

13320

740

SLU8-1

600

340

6.5

103.34

48.7

81.17

13260

780

SLU8-2

600

325

7

109.98

51.8

86.33

13406

825

SLU8-3

600

355

7

113

53.4

89

14821

835

SLU8-4

750

320

6

87.1

51.3

68.4

13200

825

SLU9-1

600

360

6.5

105

49.5

82.5

16920

940

SLU9-2

600

330

7.5

120.6

56.8

94.7

15097

915

SLU9-3

750

320

7

101.74

59.9

79.9

15120

945

SLU10-1

600

370

7

114.44

53.9

89.8

19610

1060

SLU11-1

600

380

7.5

123.35

58.1

96.8

22230

1170

SLU11-2

600

360

8

131.6

62

103.3

19980

1110

SLU12-1

600

380

8.5

140.3

66.1

110.17

22800

1200

SLU12-2

600

310

9

137.6

64.8

108

18600

1200

SLU12-3

600

310

9.5

144.6

68.1

113.5

19220

1240

SLU12-4

500

360

8

144

56.5

113

20790

1155

SLU12-5

700

440

7.5

123

67.6

96.57

26620

1210

SLU12-6

600

360

9

148.6

70

116.7

22248

1236

SLU12-7

450

360

10

184

65

144.4

22482

1249

SLU13-1

675

420

7.5

124

65.6

97

27090

1290

SLU13-2

600

310

10

152.9

72

120

19530

1260

SLU13-3

500

355

9

154.6

60.7

121.4

22454

1265

SLU13-4

700

440

8

131.2

72.1

103

28600

1300

SLU13-5

700

400

10

159.8

87.8

125.4

26800

1340

SLU13-6

500

340

10

167.9

65.9

131.8

22100

1300

SLU13-7

600

360

10

163.5

77

128.3

24660

1370

SLU13-8

575

360

10

165.9

74.9

130.3

24225

1347

SLU14-1

750

445

8

132

77.8

103.7

31372

1410

SLU14-2

675

435

8

133.2

70.6

104.5

30559

1405

SLU15-1

675

420

8.5

142

75.3

112

31920

1520

SLU15-2

500

360

10

176.6

69.3

138.6

26280

1460

SLU16-1

750

440

9

146.4

86.2

115

35310

1605

SLU16-2

400

290

11.5

203.8

64

160

22693

1565

SLU16-3

600

380

9.5

156.7

73.8

123

30400

1600

SLU16-4

700

450

9

151

83

118.6

36000

1600

SLU16-5

650

480

8

142.68

72.8

112

39120

1630

SLU17-1

750

430

9.5

151

89.1

119

35905

1670

SLU17-2

500

420

12

224

88

176

34860

1660

SLU17-3

650

480

8

140

71.5

110

39840

1660

SLU17-4

600

440

8.5

154

72.5

121

36850

1675

SLU18-1

750

460

9

150.3

88.5

118

40940

1780

SLU18-2

400

310

12

220.7

69.3

173.25

27668

1785

SLU18-3

600

430

9.5

165.4

77.9

129.8

38700

1800

SLU20-1

750

460

10

164.4

96.8

129

46115

2005

SLU20-2

600

440

10

177

83.5

139

44440

2020

SLU20-3

600

450

10.5

185

87.5

145.8

45675

2030

SLU20-4

500

450

10

197.5

77.5

155

45000

2000

SLU20-5

750

480

10

167.3

98.5

131.3

49440

2060

SLU20-6;

650

540

8

150.1

76.6

117.8

56025

2075

SLU21-1

750

500

10

169.3

99.7

133

49920

2080

SLU21-2

600

480

9.5

173.9

81.9

136.5

49440

2060

SLU22-1

600

500

10

186.6

87.9

146.5

55000

2200

SLU23-1

750

480

10,5

173.4

102.1

136.1

54600

2275

SLU23-2!

650

540

9

168.7

86.1

132.5

62640

2320

SLU25-1

750

470

11.5

188.2

110.8

147.7

58750

2500

SLU25-2

600

440

11.5

200

94.2

157

55000

2500

SLU25-3

500

420

12

223

88.8

177.6

52500

2500

SLU26-1

750

451

12

192

113.2

151

58179

2580

SLU26-2

500

430

12.5

236

92.7

185.4

54825

2550

SLU26-;1

650

540

10

186.2

95

146.1

69120

2560

SLU27-1

600

470

11.5

206.8

97.4

162.3

62980

2680

SLU28-1

600

480

12

216

101.9

169.8

68160

2840

SLU30-1

500

420

14

262

103

206

63840

3040

SLU32-1

600

452

14

244

114.9

191.5

72320

3200

SLU32-2

600

520

13

242

114

190

83200

3200

SLU32-3

750

605

11

204

120

160

95893

3170

SLU32-4

700

560

12

222

122

174

90860

3245

SLU35-1

700

560

13

240

132

188

97944

3498

SLU35-2

750

608

12

226

133

177

105336

3465

SLU37--1

750

610

13

243

143

191

114344

3749

SLU37-2

700

560

14

262

144

205

10444

3730

SLU40-1

750

610

14

263

155

207

123373

4045

SLU40-2

700

560

15

280

154

220

111300

3975

SLU43--1

750

610

15

283

167

223

132309

4338

SLU46- 1

750

615

16

302

178

237

142834

4645

SLZ Sheet Piles

The most important characteristics of Z-sections are an extended shape of the wall and equally-spaced location of locks on both sides of the neutral axis. They have a positive impact on the resistance moment. The advantages of Z-sections lie in the following:

  1. Large width and ease in installation.
  2. Competitive resistance moment/weight ratio;
  3. Increased moment of inertia with reduced bend
  4. High corrosion resistance

Name of profile Width Height Thickness Section area Weight Moment of inertia Elastic section modulus

B

H

S

 

Separate piles

Walls

mm

mm

mm

cm2/m

kg/m

kg/m2

cm4/m

cm3/m

SLZ11-1

575

260

8.8

128.7

58.1

101

14300

1100

SLZ11-2

575

260

9.5

144

62

113

14320

1140

SLZ12-1

670

302

8.5

126

66.1

99

18120

1200

SLZ12-2

770

344

8.5

120

72.6

94

21414

1245

SLZ12-3

575

260

10,2

145.8

65.8

114

15600

1200

SLZ13-1

670

303

9.5

137

72

107.5

19695

1300

SL213-2

770

344

9

126

76.1

98.8

22360

1300

SLZ13-3

575

260

10.8

150

67.9

118

16250

1250

SLZ14-1

670

304

10,5

148.9

78.3

116.9

21280

1400

SLZ14-2

770

345

9.5

131.5

79.5

103.2

23374

1355

SLZ14-3

770

345

10

137

82.9

107.7

24236

1405

SLZ14-4

650

320

8

120

61

93.8

22080

1380

SLZ15-1

700

420

7

112.8

62

88.6

31080

1480

SLZ16-1

575

350

8.5

136.3

61.5

107

28000

1600

SLZ17-1

630

379

8.5

138

68.4

108.6

315518

1665

SLZ17-2

700

420

8.5

133

73.1

104.4

36330

1730

SLZ17-3

575

350

9

142

64.3

111.8

28875

1650

SLZ17-4

575

370

9

148

66.9

116

31912

1725

SLZ17-5

575

350

9.5

149

67.3

117

29750

1700

SLZ17-6

675

430

8.5

141.4

74.9

111

36679

1706

SLZ18-1

630

380

9.5

150

74.4

118

34200

1800

SLZ18-2

700

420

9

139.2

76.5

109

37800

1800

SLZ18-3

575

350

9.8

154

69.5

120.9

30625

1750

SLZ18-4

575

350

10

159

71.9

125

31500

1800

SLZ18-5

675

420

9

150

79.5

117.8

37905

1805

SLZ18-6

630

381

10

157

77.8

123

35624

1870

SLZ18-7

700

440

9

141

77.5

110.7

40546

1843

SLZ18-8

640

385

8

127

64

100

34939

1815

SLZ19-1

630

381

10.5

163

81

128.6

36957

1940

SLZ19-2

700

421

9.5

145.6

80

114.3

39363

1870

SLZ19-3

675

390

10

157.8

83.6

123.9

36367

1865

SLZ20-1

700

421

10

152

83.5

119

41048

1950

SLZ23-1

575

350

11

181

81.8

142.3

40600

2320

SLZ24-1

700

459

11.2

174

95.7

136.7

55768

2430

SLZ24-2

575

350

11.5

189

85.1

148

42000

2400

SLZ25-1

630

480

10,5

185

91.5

145

59040

2460

SLZ25-2

575

350

12

193.6

87.4

152

43400

2480

SLZ25-3

575

350

12.5

197

89.1

155

44450

2540

SLZ25-4

675

430

11.5

182.5

96.7

143

60240

2510

SLZ26-1

630

470

11.5

198

97.9

155

61218

2605

SLZ26-2

700

460

12.2

187

102.9

147

59800

2600

SLZ26-3

575

350

12.5

201

90.9

158

44625

2550

SLZ26-4

575

350

13

206

93.3

162

45500

2600

SLZ26-5

675

430

12

191

101.2

150

55900

2600

SLZ27-1

675

460

12

200

106.1

157

62100

2700

SLZ28-1

630

440

12.5

212

105

167

60720

2760

SLZ28-2

700

461

13.2

200

110

157

63618

2760

SLZ34-1

675

485

12

211.7

112.1

166.2

83057

3425

SLZ35-1

675

485

12.8

218

115.9

171.7

84875

3500

SLZ36-1

675

485

13.2

225.5

119.5

177

87300

3600

SLZ37-1

700

499

13.5

226

124.2

17*7.4

92439

3705

SLZ37-2

675

485

13.8

234

124.1

183

89725

3700

SLZ38-1

675

485

14

240

127.2

188

91665

3780

SLZ39-1

700

560

13.5

240

131.9

188

109200

3900

SLZ41-1

700

560

14

254

139.5

199

114660

4095

SLZ46-1

580

540

15

292

132.6

229

124200

4600

SLZ48-1

580

570

15.5

307

139.6

240.7

137085

4810

SLZ50-1

580

580

16

322

146.7

253

145580

5020

SLZ Sheet Piles

The most important characteristics of Z-sections

are an extended shape of the wall and equally-spaced location of locks on both sides of the neutral axis. They have a positive impact on the resistance moment. The advantages of Z-sections lie in the following:

  1. Large width and ease in installation.
  2. Competitive resistance moments/weight ratio;
  3. Increased moment of inertia with reduced bend
  4. High corrosion resistance

Profile name Width Height Thickness Section area Weight Moment of inertia Elastic section modulus

W

H

T

mm

mm

mm

cm2/m

kg/m

cm*/m

cmJ/m

SLZ13

303

670

9.5

142.2

74.8

19700

1300

SLZ18

380

630

9.5

156.7

77.5

34200

1800

SLZ26

427

630

11.5

206.2

102

55525

2605

SLZ13-770

344

770

9

133.5

80.7

23220

1350

SLZ18-700

420

700

9

147.8

81.2

37800

1800

SLZ26-700

460

700

12

205.6

113

61006

2652

SLZ12

270

600

10

149

70,3

16200

1200

SLZ14

272

600

12

179

84.2

19030

1400

SLZ19

312

675

12

179

95

29640

1900

PVC sheet piles (plastic sheet pile)

Usage of plastic sheet walls as a construction element

Scopes of Applicability

The characteristics of construction method with the use of sheet pile are as follows:

  • there is no need for earth excavation and its transportation;
  • cutting the time for construction due to the use of ready-for-assembly sheet-pile wall elements, which do not need much space;
  • after assembly the sheet-pile walls take up minimum space;
  • higher safety along with high bearing capability;
  • impervious to weather;
  • make it easy to check the properties of material during the use phase;
  • guarantees a construction material with high accommodation capability and possibility of repeated use, which may be pulled out from the soil simply and without residue 

Name Allowable moment (m) kN-m/m Rigidity kN-m2-m Resistance moment (Z) cm3/m Moment of inertia (I) cm4/m Thickness (t), mm Depth (D) Width (W) Material Profile configuration

mm

mm

GG-90

405.9

14010

3140

67730

13.7

432

762

Composite

Z

GG-75

262

7457

2027

36050

10,2/10.9

356

610

Composite

Z

GG-70

326.7

7344

2022

35910

10.8/11.9

356

1219

Composite

Box

GG-50

180.7

2938

1118

14200

8.3/9.0

254

914

Composite

Box

SG-950

67.37

1220

3054

46567

16.5

305

457

PVC

Z

GG-30

106.4

1412

672

6828

6.4

203

457

Composite

Z

SG-750

43.18

651

1957

24854

11.7

254

305

PVC

Z

SG-650

35.58

537

1613

20484

11.7

254

457

PVC

Z

SG-625

28.94

437

1312

16660

9.8

254

762

PVC

Box

CL-9900

23.72

322

1075

12290

8.9

229

610

PVC

Box

SG-550

23.13

279

1048

10652

9.4

203

305

PVC

Z

GG-20

74.91

432

330

2322

4.4/5.1

140

610

PVC

Box

SG-525

20.87

283

946

10788

7.4

229

610

PVC

Box

CL-9000

19.22

261

871

9969

7.1

229

610

PVC

Box

SG-400

17.79

215

806

8194

7.6

203

305

PVC

Z

Flat Panel

17.22

326

1086

12430

7

229

610

PVC

Flat

SG-425

16.96

204

769

7784

7.2

203

610

PVC

Box

SG-300

13.88

147

629

5599

6.4

178

305

PVC

Z

SG-325

13.17

140

597

5326

6.4

178

610

PVC

Box

SG-225

8.54

64

387

2458

5.7

127

457

PVC

Box

CL-4500

6.88

47

312

1775

5.5

114

305

PVC

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Do you deliver goods?

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What documents are required when buying rolled metal?

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Is it possible to order metal rolling, which is not available at the moment?

Yes, any kind of metal products temporarily out of stock can be ordered at any time. The order is executed only after payment of the invoice.

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