Similar in appearance to some steel sheet piles, Liniar’s plastic piling pan trench sheet is extremely versatile and easy to install. The use of plastic pan and piling may also provide a low cost alternative to steel piling in many temporary works situations met during the civil engineering construction of bridges, tunnels, drainage systems, manholes, etc.
It is also stronger than the existing Standard Pile when used in the ‘Z-Ribbed’ format. Its uncluttered design is suitable for installations where appearance is important and the clean look of Plastic Piling can be seen.
Liniar’s plastic full pan pile offers the ideal solution to a variety of engineering quandaries.
It’s the perfect product to use in bank retention and restoration for riverbanks, streams, ponds, lakes and reservoirs. It’s also ideal for fish farm bank reinforcement, inland marina and waterway walls and banks. Basically, it will perform superbly in any general bank retention in a wide variety of locations.
Also used for trench shoring, Liniar’s plastic full pan pile offers a lightweight, highly cost effective solution. Because it’s much cheaper than the steel alternative, Liniar’s plastic full pan pile can be left in situ after work has been completed.
Benefits to the Liniar range of Plastic Piling:
- Does not rot or rust
- Manufactured from recycled plastic
- Has no risk from sparking
- Manufactured in the UK by ourselves, so reduces the environmental impact of the cost of transport
- Maintains its original appearance over time
- Not affected by salt water
- Resistant to the majority of chemicals
- Resistant to rodent and marine borer attack
- Can be easily cut or bored
- Maintenance free
- Lighter than steel, so easier to handle and transport
- Available in a number of colours
- Has the ability to create curved walls and a 90º corner pile is available
Full Pan Pile Technical Engineering values
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Calculations are based on Tensile Strength of material = 40N/mm2. Allowable Moment = Tensile Yield Strength x Section Modulus Factor of Safety = 3
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