Search Results for water filled 1m blocks

Water Filled Blocks (IBC)

Weighing just 90 kgs when empty and 1.1 tonnes when full, these palletised IBC (Intermediate Bulk Containers) units have a number of uses. Including: On site water supply for construction works ie concrete preparation. Ballast /or anchorages for installations eg Big screens, flag poles and scoreboards Temporary barriers for people and/or vehicles Handling and storing liquid waste such as sewerage or grey water from ablution blocks Note: Our…

2.4m x 2.1m x 40mm C/W Sally Lifter (Bridging Plates)

Typical applications: Solid base for temporary structures Getting very heavy load combinations across excavations or culverts Used as outrigger pads to spread heavy crane/piling rig/concrete pump outrigger loads To make safe larger open excavations such as inspection pits, bell chambers or utilities service junctions Suitable for traversing with tracked vehicles, As with all roadplates/crossing plates, the loadings for whatever passes over…

2.4m x 2.1m x 40mm C/W Sally Lifter (Bridging Plates)

Typical applications: Massive base for temporary structures Bridging very heavy load combinations across sensitive areas Used as pads to bear heavy crane/piling rig/concrete pump jack loads To make safe open excavations such as inspection chambers, bell pits or utilities junctions Load bearing capacities of many hundreds of tonnes subject to application. Suitable for passing over with tracked vehicles, As with all roadplates/crossing plates,…

Sediment Tanks – Waste Water Treatment Works – Kent

Using: 7.5m x 3m x 25mm – Steel C/W SALLY An area within a WWTW previously used as a sediment tank required some extensive civil work. One troublesome feature was the open top of the tank that was adjacent to where men would be working. Options such as fencing off or surrounding with concrete blocks were considered, but they were judged to be insufficiently resilient, or meant that any barriers installed would themselves encroach even further…

Mains water re-routing – The Shard, London

Using: Modular GRP Plates Like a lot of the bigger developments in urban job sites of recent years, The Shard was no exception when it came to pushing the boundaries. Even relatively simple tasks like installing roadplates to protect services or open trenches was complicated by the sheer complexity of the existing underground infrastructure and restrictive and congested working areas that rendered normal jobs involving mechanical handling,…

Block Lifting Clutch

There is an excellent range of pre-formed concrete block/modular elements on the market today. Often referred to as ‘Lego blocks’ – ‘Legato Blocks’ or ‘Kelly Blocks’. Our HIAB Lorries like ours can be used to erect, dismantle or reconfigure all sorts of semi-permanent concrete structures. Ideally suited to assemble loading bays, retaining walls and coffer-dams to name just a few. Because there are various manufacturers of them, they come…

20ft Anti-vandal Canteen

If there is only room for 1 x 20 foot accommodation unit, if you can make sure you get one with hot water and sink facilities (site canteen) Windows, electrics, lighting and heating Simply connect to on site water and drain for hot water and sink facilities High security doors Suitable for stacking Furniture offered subject to availability ISO style corner irons for safe, ground level rigging for lifting External dimensions: L: 20 feet (6.06m)…

Titan Barriers (Pedestrian Barriers)

The Titan™ is the recognised and well established stacking pedestrian barrier. It has all the usual advantages of standard stackable systems but in addition has the following features. Has undergone modifications to further improve longevity and to meet the proposed NRSWA changes affecting wind stability, set out in BS8442 when erected and assembled correctly. Has been modified to a one-piece injection moulded design made from prime…

WWTW, Kent – Large masses in small spaces

Using: Steel plates for Ballast/Test Weights/Kentledge Blocks A long standing customer contacted us with a basic concept for a temporary ‘stop end’ on a drain run within the confines of an older WWTW. In principle it was fairly straightforward and have normally involved stackable kentledge blocks, but there was a problem. Despite the area adjacent to the outlet being rated for 40 tonnes or more and the clients clever fabrication to form the…