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Trenchmate - Trench & Supa Shields, Versa Range

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Papakura, Papakura, Auckland

149 Boundary Road

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Trenchmate shields are the strongest, safest, most efficient shields available. Trenchmate Trench Shields are built to a very high standard and strength. Trenchmate Trench Shields are packed with features and available in both alloy and steel. Utilising the same design means both alloy and steel shields carry all the same safety and productivity enhancing features. Alloy trench shields are available in 3.8m, 4.6m, 5.1m and 6.8m lengths. Designed to meet industry norm pipe lengths, provide excellent shoring protection and reduced weight. Steel trench shields are designed for high pressure and rough trenching conditions. They are available in 3.6m length trench shields. Benefits of using a Trenchmate Trench Shield include: Safer working environment Cost-effective Less benching Less fill required Easily transportable Easily adjustable to trench size Solid reliable construction Cutting edges on the bottom and leading edge of the shield Extra strong lifting and towing lugs Large range of strut and shield options A range of safety and productivity improving accessories. Supa Shield Trenchmate Supa Shields are designed, built and tested to meet extreme project demands. Two large 5.2 x 3 metre panels are held apart by unique high clearance struts. These struts give a massive 2.6m clearance and can span up to 4820 metres in internal width. Solid, strong, durable and ready to meet the most demanding projects. Supa Shield The 5.2m Supa Shield is designed for extreme projects. With enormous strength, large possible strut width and high 2.6m high clearance under the bottom strut. The Supa Shield is very handy and strong for sizable jobs. Dimensions: 5200mm(L) x 3000mm(H) Length in between struts: 4750mm Width between panels: 1140 - 4820mm SWL (safe) kPa: 40kPa MEDL (max) kPa: 72kPa Panel thickness: 160mm each panel Weight plus smallest struts: 8300kg Supa Shield Complete with Extension All the benefits of the Supa Shield with twice the height. Increasing this monsters size with a 3m extension gives final dimensions of 6000 x 5200mm. Dimensions: 5200mm(L) x 6000mm(H) Length in between struts: 4750mm Width between panels: 1140 -4820mm SWL (safe) kPa: 40kPa MEDL (max) kPa: 72kPa Panel thickness: 160mm each panel Weight plus smallest struts: 12300kg Supa Shield Width and Clearance Increasing this monsters size with a 3m extension gives final dimensions of 6000mm (H) x 5200mm (L). Strut options Width Strut a 1140mm Strut b 2870mm Strut c 3090mm Combined 4820mm Clearance under the bottom strut 2600mm Ratings Supa-Shields are Certified and rated for use up to 80/144kPa Benefits of using Trenchmate supa-shield trench shields include: Safer working environment Cost-effective Less benching Less fill required Easily transportable Easily adjustable to trench size Trenchmate Shield trench shields are developed exclusively by Porter Engineering Ltd. Versa Range Trenchmates Versa range is the most versatile and efficient system for shoring small, awkward or difficult projects. Available in a range of sizes and options to suit almost any project. Versa Box The Versa Box is commonly used for manholes, laterals, installing or accessing pumps, services, lift wells and more. Creating a box is as simple as choosing the right Corner Posts to allow the correct depth of your work. Boxes can be connected together to form taller boxes for deeper work. The next step is to choose the panels and / or strut that allow you sufficient internal space to complete your work. Let us know which panels you would need left out (if any) to allow access or clearance. Last, choose any accessories that you believe will make your project safer or progress faster. Click here for component and size options. Versa Octo-Box The Octo-Box is the latest addition to the Versa range. Created due to demand from the industry for a large scale Versa Box. The Octo-Box has special Corner Posts that utilise the panels available in the Versa range to create large diameter boxes, perfect for large manholes, pumps, accessing services and pouring large foundations. The octagonal shape reduces the amount of material needed to be removed from corners of traditional square or rectangular boxes. Versa Shield Versa Shields allow the same benefits as a box but in an open ended shield form. These shields are commonly used for laterals, spaces and / or projects that require small shields, shields with openings to allow installation or access. These shields are light weight and allow the use of smaller excavators to move or adjust them. Some projects have used these particular shields due to complicated access as this shield can be transported in parts and assembled on site. Issues such as narrow passages, paths or work at the rear of a building with limited access. Click here for panel lengths Versa Customisation Given the Versa Ranges plethora of configurations, it perfectly adapts to formwork. Made to assist with complicated shoring around foundations, concrete formwork or to help shore and protect formwork. Versa shoring solutions make working on hill sites and tight complicated sites a lot more managable. The ability to finally solve difficult shoring scenarios is here. Click here to see all of the components in the Versa Shield range. Trenchmate provide the strongest, safest, most reliable trench shoring solutions for you and your team. No matter what the project, Trenchmate will do our best to provide you with a strong, secure, efficient solution. Our shields are packed with features to help improve productivity and increase worker safety. Visit our website at: http://www.trenchmate.co.nz/


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