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H- and U- beams are used as struts to attach anchor beams on sheet pile walls. H- beams can be used as anchor piles for big structural constructions but also for reinforcement and strutting of building pits with sheet piles.

All common wide flange beams and double-U profiles are available for use in specialized and general civil engineering.

Other areas of application are:

  • Load-bearing scaffolding.
  • Noise barriers.
  • Fa├ºade protection.
  • Reinforcement in mixed-and-place and diaphragm walls.

Additional services

  • Web plates fitted by welding.
  • Attaching or welding onto base plates.
  • Production of double U-profiles (on request Zusamit zanchor supports).
H-Pile combined walls

H piles (King Piles) are combined with sheet piles to produce a combi, or reinforced sheet pile wall. Interlocks are welded to these H piles to allow elements to be joined.Because of their robust construction it gives the resultant combi wall, the ability to endure extreme loads.

H Pile system combines hot or cold formed sheet piles with H Piles to produce high strength walls at economical weights. The high inertia of the system results in low deflection values.

Other advantages of H-Piles combi walls include

  • Increased vertical load bearing capacity.
  • Ability to penetrate very hard ground with the H Pile units during installation.
  • High lateral impact resistance.
  • The option to specify King piles of a different length to the infill sheet piles, providing a more economic design while maintaining stability.

Combi walls are frequently used in applications such as

  • Tunnel entrances.
  • Deep excavation pits.
  • Underground carparks & basements.
  • Quay walls.
  • Breakwaters.

Combi walls receive their structural strength from the King piles, while intermediate sheet piles are used to make the wall continuous and watertight.


with sheet piles and accessories

Water Control, Flood & Erosion Protection

Ports and Jetties


Building Pits


Bridges and Road Construction

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