E+S HEAD END SHORING WITH ADAPTER AND SHEET PILES.
Head shoring with sheet piles is particularly recommended for press pits. Trench sheeting and sheet piles are used here as an alternative to pre-head shoring with large-area panels. Since end forces acting on the sheet piles/ sheet piles must never be transferred via the shoring's spreading system, the load is transferred by specially widenable cross beams that are guided in the vertical shoring soldiers.
E+S HEAD END SHORING WITH SLIDE-RAIL PANELS.
As an alternative to large-area panels or trench sheeting and sheet piling, standard slide-rail panels are also suitable for head shoring. These are used - in accordance with the existing slope cone - as late as possible in the setting and lowering procedure. The panels are supported on the vertical shoring soldiers and are guided in the transverse direction by the bead of the outer panels.
E+S HEAD END SHORING WITH HEAD END STRUT CART AND SHEET PILES.
Our innovative head shoring carriage takes compressive forces from the long sides of the trench shoring as well as the loads from the face side. As a result, the sheet piles can now lean directly against the roller unit. The loads are transferred into the shoring.
E+S OUTSIDE WALER ATTACHMENT.
Whenever linear shoring is required to create large working spaces, the use of an external chord fastener is the optimal solution. Outer waler fasteners allow large installation windows over two to three module lengths, for example for the installation of cisterns, long pipes, tanks, large shaft structures or rainwater retention basins.
By attaching the longitudinal outer waling and a girder foot support between the middle girder trolley, the conditions for the installation of large components are created on the construction site. The central roller units can be completely pulled out of the shoring after the appropriate preparations have been made. The externally attached girder structure absorbs the entire load during this construction phase.