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Flat sheet piles work differently from other sheet piles. Most sheet piles rely on their bending strength and stiffness to retain the soil or water. Flat sheet piles are formed in circles and arcs to create gravity cells. The cells are held together through the tensile strength of the interlock. The tensile strength of the lock and the allowable rotation of the lock are the two main design characteristics. The flat sheet pile cells can be made to huge diameters and heights and withstand a great deal of pressure.

Applications of Flat Web Sheet Piles

  • Retaining walls
  • Cofferdams
  • Steel bulkhead walls

Types of Flat Web Sheet Piles

PS Sheet Pile

The PS sheets are an American-made flat sheet with a very large allowable swing. The 6.2 degree swing per interlock allows designers to configure very small cells. There are currently two PS sections made and they can handle almost all flat sheet piling requirements.

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Case Study: UMC Dock

Case Study: UMC Dock

Learn about the fast track supply and installation of a 22-cell sheet pile bulkhead dock at an active container handling facility 

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Case Study: America's Cup Village

Case Study: America's Cup Village

Read the story of the Open Cell construction of an island to house the 2017 America’s Cup Village. 

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Technical Product Manual

Technical Product Manual

Get all the information you need about Nucor Skyline's complete line of steel foundation products. 

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