GRiPSHORE® GRP Modular Trench Box

A lightweight, modular shoring solution for excavations up to 2.0m deep with widths from 0.62m to 2.0m. GRP Modular Trench Box panels create a working area 1.5m long and a minimum under strut clearance of 0.57m to allow services to pass.

  • Lightweight – UK manufactured from (GRP) to BS EN 13706
  • Safe manual handling without the need for an excavator
  • Suitable for commercial vehicles with small payload capacity
  • Fast and efficient installation
  • Electrically non-conductive and fire retardant to ASTM E84 Class 1

Technical Specification

Specification
Panel L x H1500mm x 1000mm
Max Trench Depth2000mm
Trench Width620mm – 2000mm
Max Under Strut Clearance570mm
Max Clearance between Struts1244mm
Min Assembled Weight50kg per unit
Panel Weight19kg
Connecting Pole Weight2kg
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