Colled Rolled Profile Sheet Piles (CRZ)
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ESC-Z SERIES

COLD ROLLED PROFILE SHEET PILES - US OPTIONS

ESC is proud to present its Z Profile Sheet Piles Further US Domestic Options. The design features interlocks that are located symmetrically on both sides of the neutral axis. The web is continuous, thus the section modulus and shear load transfer are optimised. The profile design has a very competitive strength to weight ratio. Due to a deep profile, the design features a higher Inertia resulting in reduced deflection. This higher inertia together with the option of higher steel grades (462.36 ksi/30 Mpa) provides the most economic solution that meets the performance requirements. The piles are usually shipped in pairs to accommodate faster installation and better alignment. A wide range of steel grades are available.

FURTHER DOMESTIC US OPTIONS
ESC-Z SERIES
ESC-EZ SERIES
ESC-XZ SERIES
 
ESC-DZ SERIES
ESC-JZ SERIES
Section Modulus Range

20.4-93in3/ft

Width Range (single)

​22.8-31.5in

Thickness Range

​0.19-0.62in

Production Standards

​BS EN 10249 Part 1 & 2

​Steel Grades​
  • ASTM A572 Gr.50, Gr.55, Gr.60 & Gr.65

  • ASTM A690 Gr.50

  • ASTM A588 Gr.50

  • ASTM A871 Gr.60 & Gr.65

  • ASTM A1018 Gr.50, Gr.60, Gr.70 & Gr.80

  • Others available on request

Length

114.8ft maximum but any project specific length can be produced

Delivery Options
  • Single or Pairs

  • Pairs either loose, welded or crimped

  • Lifting Hole

  • Grip Plate

  • By container (38.7ft or less) or Break Bulk

  • Corrosion Protection Coatings

Corner Piles

ESC is able to offer 3 options for Corner Pile configurations in the ESC-CRZ Series. Option 1 is frequently used when the installation contractor prefers to create their own corner piles on site depending on the as-driven layout. However this produces wastage on the offcut pile. Option 2 allows welding at the mill or on site and provides the installation contractor with more flexibility on  corner pile location. Option 3 provides an option where no welding is required. Option 3 provides increased accuracy at corners that are deviated from the typical 90˚ corner.