Steel Sheet Piling

With multiple stocking facilities throughout the United States, Hammer & Steel has a large selection of steel sheet piling products available for sale or rental. Our sheet piling products feature mechanical "ball and socket" connections that allow each steel sheet to interlock with another and create a rigid barrier for earth and water while resisting the lateral pressures of these forces. The ball and socket interlock also permits flexibility in setting while remaining very durable under driving conditions compared to other systems.

The Z shape of each section lends to its structural strength which is determined not only by the size, but also by the thickness of the steel. Of course, the soil conditions in which the section is driven will also affect the performance of the foundation or wall. The PZC and PZ series sheet pile can often be used as an alternative to Trade Arbed AZ sheet piling from Arcelor.

 

High Efficiency"Z" Section Steel Sheet Pile

  Per Single Section Per Foot Of Wall
Section
Designation
Nominal
Width
Wall
Depth
(Height)
Web
Thickness
Flange
Thickness
Area Weight
Per
Foot
Moment
of
Inertia
Section
Modulus
Total
Surface
Area
Nominal
Coating
Area
Area Weight
Per
Foot
Moment
of
Inertia
Section
Modulus
in. in. in. in. in.2 lbs/ft in.4 in.3 ft2/ft ft2/ft in2/ft lbs/ft2 in4/ft in3/ft
PZC"12 27.88 12.52 0.335 0.335 13.64 46.4 326.6 52.0 6.09 5.60 5.87 20.0 140.6 22.4
PZC"13 27.88 12.56 0.375 0.375 14.82 50.4 353.0 56.2 6.09 5.60 6.38 21.7 152.0 24.2
PZC"14 27.88 12.60 0.420 0.420 16.15 55.0 382.7 60.5 6.09 5.60 6.95 23.7 164.8 26.0
PZC"17 25.00 15.21 0.335 0.335 13.64 46.4 492.9 64.5 6.09 5.60 6.55 22.3 236.6 31.0
PZC"18 25.00 15.25 0.375 0.375 14.82 50.4 532.2 69.8 6.09 5.60 7.12 24.2 255.5 33.5
PZC"19 25.00 15.30 0.420 0.420 16.16 55.0 576.5 75.2 6.09 5.60 7.76 26.4 276.7 36.1
PZC"26 27.88 17.70 0.525 0.600 21.72 73.9 994.3 112.4 6.65 6.15 9.35 31.8 428.1 48.4
All Dimensions Are Nominal

Heavy Duty "Z" Section Sheet Pile

  Width Height Thickness Area Weight Section
Modulus
Moment of Inertia Coating Area
Section     Flange Web   Pile Wall     Both Sides Wall Surface
in. in. in. in. in.sq / ft lb. / ft lb. / ft. sq. in. cu. / ft. in. qu / ft. ft. sq. / foot of single ft. sq. / ft. sq.
PZ 22 22 9 0.375 0.375 6.47 40.3 22 18.1 84.38 4.48 1.22
PZ 27 18 12 0.375 0.375 7.94 40.5 27 30.2 184.2 4.48 1.49
PZ 35 22.64 16.1 0.6 0.5 10.29 66 35 48.5 361.2 5.37 1.42
PZ 40 19.69 14.9 0.6 0.5 11.76 65.6 40 60.7 490.8 5.37 1.64
All Dimensions Are Nominal

Flat Sections

Typically used for circular cell design applications, flat sheet pile is a proven technology that is still used on many projects. While these sheet piles offer much less beam strength than Z piles, the sections use a Thumb and Finger interlock with a three-point contact connection to generate significant pull strength to counter the hoop stress applied to them.

  Per Single Section Per Foot Of Wall
Section Designation Nominal Width Web Thickness Weight Per Foot Moment of Inertia Section Modulus Nominal Coating Area Weight Per Foot Moment Of Inertia Section Modulus
in. in. lbs/ft in.4 in.3 ft2/ft lbs/ft2 in.4/ft in.3/ft
PS 27.5 19.69 0.4 45.2 5 3.2 3.68 27.5 3 1.9
PS 31.0 19.69 0.5 50.9 5 3.2 3.68 31 3 1.9
All Dimensions Are Nominal
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