Larssen Sheet Piles
Larssen Piles are a type of sheet piling that has an interlocking section which forms a sheet piling retaining wall. Each sheet pile section is connected at 180 degrees from the previous one to form a uniform wall with alternating troughs and peaks. Larssen Sheet Piles are typically used in temporary or permanent cofferdams, retaining walls and foundation construction.
- Larssen piles are also commonly used for marine projects due to the watertight quality of the interlocking section. Depending on ground conditions, consideration must be given to the length of the pile to be driven, depth of penetration and ground loadings.
The sheet pile sections are designed to be as light as possible without compromising strength and durability and have a high strength to weight ratio.
With lengths up to 18 metres, Larssen Piles combine reduced deflections with good driving properties and durability.