The Truline system 800 represents one of the best advancements in plastic pilin and was developed with a focus on application and installation, rather than trying to copy a steel sheet pile. Consisting of many plastic extrusions, which are formulated from a box pile, the system includes cover sections, cross ties and male / female ends.
We are able to install this system as a conventional pile system with filling the inside with soil materials and gravel. This form of installations makes the piles very strong and highly attractive. This product was designed originally to replace seawall and other retaining wall structures, often created from concrete.
The front and rear of the product is flat to insure a common aesthetic with any local concrete structures that are already in place and this also means we are able to construct a concrete cap to suit. The u-channel sheet piling structure is unique to the product and produces a box design, which produces a double wall protection and two interlocking joints that provide additional stability throughout the main wall structure and returns.
The piles consists of over 94% “post industrial” recycled material which is UV stable, so preventing fading caused by continued exposure to sunlight. Due to the nature of the product it will not crack or corrode and is available with a manufacturers 50 year limited warranty.
If you require a strong and long-lasting retaining wall solution for commercial applications such as marine and land retention projects, Ponds UK – Aquatic Management Ltd provide all the services required to supply and install Truline Series 800, a strong, double-locking, weatherable polymeric system that is filled with reinforced concrete.
We supply all equipment and our services to both domestic and commercial clients throughout the United Kingdom. For more information and advice about Truline Piling systems, or management for lakes, ponds, rivers, canals and reservoirs and maintenance or fishery and consultancy services, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 4725524 or 01206 620111.