The simple principle used for the installation of screw anchors can also be used in sheet pile wall anchoring.

Advantages:

The installed anchors can be loaded immediately after mounting up to the expected holding capacity.
As well as being cheaper to install, they also enable construction work to be completed more quickly.

Components:

An anchoring system consists of a screw anchor, one or more extensions, a turnbuckle nut, threaded bolts and a U-rail or plate.

 

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Sheet piling anchoring

Screw anchors with a square tip

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Screw anchors with a square shaft section

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Screw anchors with a square coupling

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Extension rods

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Extension rods with a square shaft section

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Extension rods with a coupling

Areas of use: Permanent anchoring – horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Extension rods with a square shaft section and coupling

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

U-rails with threaded bolts

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Turnbuckle nuts

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Round head bolts

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Hexagon nuts with plate

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...

Foundation anchors

Areas of use: Horizontal anchoring of sheet pile walls, supporting walls, ...