JIS Type Sheet piles have been commonly used in Asia and represents the main stay of the sheet pile market. Its 400mm width is easily driven by excavator vibratory hammers and provides good resale value for temporary usage.
MHU Sheet Piles or also known as JIS Type hot rolled sheet piles are the most common types of sheet piles available in the market. They were designed according to Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) and have been implemented in the Southeast Asian market for decades. Its narrow U shape of 400mm allows for most piling equipment in Asia to be easily adapted and to drive the piles. However, its narrow width also reduces its efficiency in piling speed and its strength to weight ratios.
The wider 500mm and 600mm series comprises of 5L and 6L, 2W, 3W and 4W, provides greater efficiency than its 400mm series. However, they are seldom implemented due to higher cost in production and long lead times.
Piles are produced to JIS 5528, JIS 5523 and EN10248 standards. Common grade in most of Southeast Asia is SY295 (JIS 5528). In Singapore and other countries conforming to Eurocode, they would follow SYW295 or SYW 390 for JIS 5523 standard which declares the carbon content and carbon equivalent measurements. S270GP and S355GP will conform to EN 10248 standards for Hot Rolled Steel Sheet Piles.
Mlion stocks MHU Sheet Piles from various countries such as China, Japan and Thailand.
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