One of the most popular uses of Liniar’s plastic piling is that of erosion control – it’s the perfect product to create a watertight barrier with an attractive, clean finish.
The UK’s waterways are subject to bank erosion – but Liniar’s plastic piling can be used to form a protective edge to ponds, lakes, fisheries, rivers and canal banks.
There are various methods to use Liniar’s plastic piling in the protection of eroding banks, depending on the requirements of the individual project.
Liniar’s plastic sheet pile is ideal for the building of new edges on a fishing lake, and can also be tied back for additional strength.
Liniar’s log pile is popular in applications that suit a more ‘natural’ appearance, being covered externally with a timber composite finish to enable it to blend with its surroundings and allowing algae or moss to grow on it.
Both types of plastic piling offer a high-strength alternative to more traditional steel piles, with many more advantages.
A recent charity event at a lake in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, demonstrates the ideal nature of Liniar plastic piling to control bank erosion, with volunteers spending the day installing both types of piling along the lakeside. Watch the video below: