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trench shields FEATURES
Designed & manufactured in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.650, 29 CFR 1926.651 and CFR 1926.652, Subpart P, Excavations.
3rd party product certificates are available for all products.
Heavy-duty robust design.
Flatpack delivery .
Fixed or adjustable spreaders are available in any required length.
Custom box sizes are available.
All TSB series panels are fully welded for maximum strength. No stitch welds or spot welds were used.
3/4" standard push pads.
Reinforced knife-edge supplied as standard on 8ft and 10ft height shields. 4ft and 6ft shields supplied with flat bottoms as standard. Knife-edge and flat bottom interchangeable on request
Additional Stack pockets
Fifth lower spreader
ESC TRENCH SHORING
ESC is a leading and fast-growing Specialist Trench Shoring Company. ESC’s engineering and construction team are experienced in numerous fields with reputation built on excellence and commitment to continuous innovation to provide you, the client with efficient shoring solutions that are of high quality, economical and safe.
ESC has fully developed its Trench Shield Series (also known as Trench Boxes) a two-sided, high-quality and economical excavation support system that provides a safe working environment in trenches up to 40 feet deep. ESC’s trench shields are a heavy duty and robust product designed and manufactured in compliance with both national and International Standards. All shields are certified by third party professional engineers, following the guidelines and recommendations of NAXSA (North American Excavation Shoring Association) and complies with all OSHA STANDARDS.
Common Uses of ESC Trench Shields
ESC Trench shields are used mainly in excavations where other solutions such as open-cut and battered slopes are not appropriate.
Since trenches are generally long and relatively narrow, trench boxes are designed in this consideration and are therefore a better fit than most other types of temporary structures to support narrow and shallow/deep excavations.
Trench shields should be used for all excavations in all soils that create trench walls that are deeper than 4ft. They can be stabilized by sloping or employing a trench protection system such as ESC Trench Shoring Inc’s Struts and Trench Shield. Slope requirements vary depending on the type of soil: for example, stable soil can be inclined to 53 degrees before requiring additional support (if space allows), whereas very unstable soil can only be inclined to 34 degrees before requiring a box.
Advantages of ESC Trench Shields
Trench shields are crucial for the construction industry since digging and excavating works are present in almost all construction projects of different kinds and magnitude. Here are the main advantages of using a trench shield or trench box:
Improves the stability of a trench
One of the main advantages of a trench shield is that it makes a trench more stable and durable. A properly installed and positioned shield allows workers to better control the safety of a trench. When a shield is not in use, trenches can collapse instantly. A trench shield can help keep a trench safe and stable for several months, provided the weather conditions, soil type, and depth of the trench are suitable. A trench box is therefore ideal for quick-phased and long-term construction projects.
Trenching and excavation work can be very dangerous, as trench collapses can occur even if safety precautions are strictly followed. It is, therefore, a good idea to add an extra layer of protection to ensure worker safety on such projects. The main function of a trench box is to minimize the risk of injury to workers when unavoidable soil collapse happens. There are safety rules to ensure that a trench box is used properly. Depth regulations determine the maximum depth at which a trench box can be used safely. Certified professional engineers determine the depth rating of a shield and approve the product type. Trench box suppliers are of great help in this line. For professional assistance please do not hesitate to contact us at www.esctrenchshoring.com