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Steel Sheet Pile Splicing Design and Specs

Steel Sheet Pile Splicing Design and Specs

Steel Sheet Pile Splicing Design and Specs

Goodday everyone!

Anyone who has reference on the design and specifications on the splicing of Steel sheet piles?


Very Truly Yours,

- andru18

RE: Steel Sheet Pile Splicing Design and Specs

You'll get better response in a more appropriate forum. Perhaps "earthwork engineering"?

Peter Smart
HydroCAD Software

RE: Steel Sheet Pile Splicing Design and Specs

Earth Retention Engineering would be the better forum. However, if you're looking for pile splice hardware go to Skyline Steel's website. There's nothing to design.

RE: Steel Sheet Pile Splicing Design and Specs

Get hold of the steel sheet pile manufacturer or the distributor. Also check out Pile Buck material. On our job sites we used to splice them. I would not recommend butt welding them without splice plates as they may separate when extracted.

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