Trench Box

Two-sided mechanical excavation support trench boxes, ideal for the installation of utility pipes and services when ground movement is non-critical. This simple and easy to assemble system has adjustable struts that allow quick width adjustments in trenches up to 7.2m deep and 3.9m wide.

  • Designed to be installed by an excavator using either the dig and push or excavate and lower in place technique
  • Bottom cutting edge for ease of installation
  • Top panels available to increase excavation depth
  • Compatible with Endsafe panels

Technical Specification

Description Length x Height (mm) Max Depth (mm) Internal Width (mm) Panel Thickness (mm) Box Weight (kg) Length between Struts (m) Under Strut Clearance (m)
Mini Base 3000 x 2010 4190 0.6 – 3.6 60 1270 2.7 0.9
Lightweight Mini Base 3000 x 2010 4190 0.6 – 3.6 60 970 2.7 0.9
Mini Top 3000 x 1100 0.6 – 3.6 60 690 2.7 N/A
Standard Base 3530 x 2462 5710 0.6 – 3.6 100 2040 3.2 1.2
Standard Top 3530 x 1624 0.6 – 3.6 100 1420 3.2 N/A
3 x 1 Titan Base 3530 x 3910 7158 0.6 – 3.7 108 4770 3.1 2.4
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