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H-Shaped PC Pile
H-Shaped PC Pile
H-shaped PC piles are precast prestressed concrete members developed by P.S. Mitsubishi for retaining wall construction by continuously piling them. H-shape offers high bending stiffness and enables to provide higher retaining wall than PC sheet piles.
Because they serve as final structure as well as temporary retaining structure, that contributes to the great reduction in construction period. Hollow trench pressing of the piles reduces noise and vibration during piling and piling in vicinity to existing structure is possible.
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PC Sheet Pile
PC Sheet Pile
PC Sheet Piles are precast prestressed concrete members developed for retaining wall construction by continuously piling them. There are corrugated shape, flat shape and ditch shape sections. The corrugated PC sheet piles were developed by P.S. Mitsubishi more than 50 years ago. They serve as final structure as well as temporary retaining structure, that contributes to the great reduction in construction period. Now they see lots of applications especially in SouthEast Asian countries after P.S. Mitsubishi introduced it to the area more than 20 years ago. PDF

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PC Sheet Pile for harbor
PC Sheet Pile for harbor
PC Sheet Piles for harbor are precast prestressed concrete members developed for retaining wall construction by continuously piling them. It was developed to apply harsh environment where sale damage is concern. It is possible to use in harbor structure. They serve as final structure as well as temporary retaining wall, that contributes to the great reduction in construction period. PDF

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Flexible PC Drain Pile
Flexible PC Drain Pile
Flexible PC Drain Pile consists of independent concrete segments with elastic rubber between them connected together by post-tensioning force. It follows earth settlement without sacrificing structural function. PDF

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