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Recycled synthetic sheet pile Sigma
shoreline retaining

recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
recycled synthetic sheet pile
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recycled synthetic, shoreline retaining

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Prolock Sigma Prolock Sigma is suitable for pile revetments and soil-retaining structures. Basically any project can be realised. You can infinitely vary with regard to the length of the screen and the choices of the piles to be used. Depending on the strength calculation, anchoring can be installed for extra strength. Service life of at least 60 years The Prolock Sigma system combines the use of recycled plastic screens with long wooden piles. No oxygen reaches the piles under the water level. This means that the piles will not start to rot. The plastic screens have a dark brown top layer with unique UV protection. The result of all this: a guaranteed service life of at least 60 years. Cost-cutting due to fast installation The Prolock Sigma system guarantees a considerable saving on costs. By making smart use of a short screen and long coniferous wood piles, a considerable saving on the material price is achieved. If coniferous wood piles are not suitable due to strength reasons, hard wood piles or steel tubular piles can be used. Beautiful finish The top side of the pile revetment can be finished with the beautiful Prolock Sigma waling or with the Prolock Sigma covers. Providing a traditional finish using wooden waling is, of course, possible.

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