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O-PILE INTERLOCK

Product introduction

O-Pile systems are a rapidly expanding construction method that utilise pipes to form extremely strong foundations, barriers and retaining walls in a cost-effective way.

O-Piles are steel pipes with welded-on patented connectors that form a continuous or combined steel wall. O-Piles offer a stronger, more efficient, and cost-effective alternative to high modulus wall using beams and heavy Z or U-Type sheet piles.

TARGET

  • Waterfront Projects
  • Infrastructure 
  • Rail and Tunnels
  • Harbours
  • Underground
  • Substructure
  • Bridges
  • Utilities
  • Environmental Protection

O-PILE TECHNICAL ADVANTAGES

Reasons why engineers and designers now consider O-Pile system to be superior:

  • Efficiency: In traditional combi-wall systems like HZM and Pipe Sheet Pile, weight and strength are increased linearly. In Pipe-Pipe Wall, a given wall thickness has almost negligible weight increase as pipe diameter increases, while strength increases. 
  • Capacity: The load bearing capacity of O-Piles are significantly higher than Z and U shape sheet piles. In many cases, they could eliminate crane rail footings on the quay side.
  • Connectors: O-Piles connectors are designed specifically for the application of Pipe-Pipe walls, hence they are easier to weld and install as compared to other Pipe-Pipe wall methods. The interlocks are hot extruded to provide unmatched strength and elongation characteristics that resist extremely high tension and rotational forces to more than 3400 kN/m.

O-Pile DTH
(DTH Applications)

O-Pile L-T
100mm Width

O-Pile P-T
180mm Width

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WATERFRONT

Flood protection and waterfront structures for berthing facilities for harbours and port projects.

UNDERGROUND

Substructure Foundation Works for Drilling,Tunneling and Earth Retaining Structures.

RAILS

Crane Rails and Accessories for Port
and Material Handling purposes.

PROJECT SERVICES

Consultancy for design
and feasibility studies.