Aluminum Sheet Piling
AlumiGuard is a line of high performance aluminum sheet piling from Crane Materials International that has been used for over 40 years in the in construction of seawalls, bulkheads and water control structures. CMI’s AlumiGuard and ArmorWare products allow you to build an entire wall system with highly durable aluminum components including sheets, anchor rods, caps and dead man anchors. Although CMI’s aluminum sheets will drive and perform with the stiffness of a structural metal, aluminum is about one-third the weight of steel and has a very high strength-to-weight ratio which makes it cost effective to transport and easy to handle on the job site. Common Applications using aluminum sheet piling are:
- Aluminum Seawalls or Bulkheads
- Water Retaining Walls
- Channel Walls
- Baffle Walls
- Flood Walls
Marine grade aluminum sheet piling has been a material favorite because of its high strength to weight ratio and corrosion resistance. Aluminum sheet piling is an environmentally friendly CMI product containing over 70% recycled material and is 100% recyclable. By choosing Marine and Military Grade aluminum alloys in the extrusion of AlumiGuard aluminum sheet piling, projects maximize the performance of their structure while minimizing the total lifetime costs. This alloy series is the best combination of strength and corrosion resistance for marine structures and other sheet pile walls.
Contact CMI and let our team of experts help you select the right product for your current project. CMI has been offering product design assistance for over 40 years. Start building your aluminum seawall or water control structure by contacting us.See also: ArmorWare
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