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Sheet-piles are sections sheet materials with interlocking edges that are driven into the ground to provide earth retention and excavation support. Sheet-piles are most commonly made of steel but can also be formed of timber or reinforced concrete.

Sheet piles are commonly used for retaining walls, land reclamation, underground structures such as car parks and basements, in marine locations for riverbank protection, seawalls, cofferdams, and so on.

The selection of sheet piling is dependent on factors, such as:

  • The type of work, for example. whether it is permanent or temporary.

  • Site conditions.

  • The required depth of piles.

  • The bending moments involved.

  • The nature of the structure.

  • The type of protection required

Reinforced concrete sheet piles are formed using precast concrete members, usually connected together by tongue and groove joints. They are commonly used in permanent river embankments, canals and other marine structures. The toes of the piles are usually cut with an oblique face to facilitate easy driving and interlocking, while the heads are finished off by casting a capping beam.


Steel sheet pile is the most common form of sheet piles as it has good resistance to high driving stresses, excellent water-tightness, and can be increased in length either by welding or bolting. They are connected by interlocking.


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