3 Inch Quad Pack Assembly
The Pacific Shoring 3 Inch Quad Pack Assembly consists of two 18” or 24” long heavy-duty waler rail profiles welded together in conjunction with four 3 Inch cylinders. This configuration allows for a more efficient form of shoring by providing 160,000 pounds of safe working load. Tabulated data is site specific for 3 Inch quad pack assemblies.
Corrugated Shield Special
The Pacific Shoring Corrugated Shield is a lightweight aluminum shoring shield that is intended for use in utility installation and repair applications. These shields are available in hydraulic and static modes.
They are constructed from corrugated aluminum sheets, heavy-duty waler rails, and 2” aluminum hydraulic cylinder struts with a spring-loaded contraction system.
Shields are available in:
- 6 ft, 8 ft, and 10 ft heights
- 6 ft, 8 ft, 10 ft, and 12 ft lengths
- 3 ft to 10 ft allowable trench widths
- 2 ft to 5 ft pipe clearance (depending on soil type)
The Pacific Shoring H-Frame with Heavy-Duty Waler Rail is a support solution for pipe or duct. It is a hydraulic jack frame that is used in conjunction with steel sheeting such as sheet plates and steel plates.
The shoring system can be utilized to achieve wide trenches with large trench bottom to strut clearances. Shore Spacing is also increased over typical trench jack and A-Frame shoring systems. The H-Frame Shore can be used vertically or horizontally with sheeting attached or set prior to setting the frame.
The Pacific Shoring Aluminum S Panel Shields are lightweight smooth wall shoring shields. They are easily handled with a backhoe or light excavator. These shields are constructed in 8 ft, 6 ft, 4 ft, and 2 ft configurations. The 8 ft shield allows 4 to 5 ft clearance when the box is set at the bottom of the trench and up to 7 ft clearance when the shield is set 2 ft off the bottom. S Panel shields can be used with pinned struts to an allowable trench width of 12 ft, and hydraulic struts to an allowable trench width of 12 ft. S Panel shields can be end loaded with sheeting to a width of 10 ft. This shoring system is generally used in light utility work, water systems, gas and electrical duct bank installations. The optimum range of depth is 8 ft to 12 ft.