Aluminum Sheeting Shore
The Patent Pending Pacific Shoring Aluminum Sheeting Shores are constructed with interlocking corrugated sheets that are secured together with corrugated end caps. The assembly is attached to heavy-duty vertical rails and is used in conjunction with 2” hydraulic cylinders. The panel heights vary from 4 ft. to 16 ft. in length, the cylinders can extend from 18” to 88”. Cylinder extensions can be added to obtain lengths to 15ft. Aluminum Sheeting Shores are typically used in linear trench applications in OSHA Type A, Type B, and Type C-60 soils at depths up to 20 ft and trench widths to 8 ft.
Sheeting and shoring helps to provide temporary support in trenches. The Pacific Shoring Corrugated Sheets are lightweight aluminum sheet piles that are intended for the general use of shoring applications.
The applications for these include:
- End of shoring shield sheeting
- Small brace and sheeting systems similar to timber wale and strut systems
- Lagging applications such as where pipes enter shored excavations
- Sheeting at ends of corrugated shields and end shores.
Corrugated Sheets are available in any length to 25 feet.