T700 Hydraulic Brace

The super heavy duty T700 hydraulic brace system is both easy to assemble and incredibly versatile. Compatible with MGF hydraulic bracing systems and ancillaries, this system is designed to brace larger and deeper cofferdams with a larger clear span. Used extensively on major basements and substructures, they provide temporary support to higher frame loads, ranging from 11.0m to over 30.0m.

  • Strongest modular bracing system available in the UK
  • T700 Brace available in a range of rigid extensions which connect to the 1250kN 406 UC double acting hydraulic power pack and extensions using transition pieces
  • Compatible with MGF 406 UC brace and MGF 400, 600 and 1000 Series to enable extremely large cofferdams
  • Powered by a motorised pump unit

Technical Specification

Sheet to Sheet Dimensions (m)Assembled Leg Range (mm)Weight (kg)
MinMax
20.0199092070911620
21.0209092170912130
22.0219092270912490
23.0229092370913120
24.0239092470913630
25.0249092570913990
26.0259092670914870
27.0269092770915340
28.0279092870915740
29.0289092970916370
30.0299093070916880

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