Sheet pile range
Steel sheet piles and foundation products are manufactured according to European standards, but can also be supplied according to other international standards (e.g. ASTM).
ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling offers a complete solution package that includes accessories (such as anchoring material, walers, fabricated piles, or driving caps) and full technical support from the conceptual design to the final installation process. Other features and services, such as special fabrications, coatings, or sealant material for interlocks, are also available. ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling can provide customised products and solutions that best fit special project requirements as well.
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Meet ArcelorMittal at Solscope in Lyon6 June 2023
ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling will be present at Solscope 2023 at stand F11 from 14 to 15 June in Lyon, France. Come and meet us to discuss our smart, sustainable steel sheet pile solutions and related products. For all professionals interested in learning more about sheet piling, this will be the perfect opportunity to compare conventional offerings with our innovative ArcelorMittal products and services.Event news
Reusing recycled sheet piles for dyke reinforcement in the Netherlands2 March 2023
For the reinforcement of the Gorinchem-Waardenburg (GoWa) dyke in the Netherlands, ArcelorMittal Projects and ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling provided 6 kms of steel sheet piles. These sheet piles not only protect the dyke against the risk of failure, but also help reduce the environmental impact of the project thanks to the reuse of used sheet piles, themselves made from recycled steel.Project news
Durability software for sheet piles: v4.1 now available6 February 2023
Durability version 4.1 is out now. Durability is a free software that simplifies the choice of a steel sheet pile section, taking into account the durability of steel in different environments, as well as the service life of the structure.It is a simple and powerful tool for designs according to Eurocode 3 – Part 5 (EN 1993-5) or based on the Allowable Stress Design (ASD) method. The user only needs to input bending moments, shear forces, deflections, etc. that an engineer has calculated with geotechnical software.Website news
Cost-efficient, resistant, & sustainable
ArcelorMittal’s piling series are especially suitable for quickly building reliable and cost-effective structures. They are characterised by excellent section properties such as a high ratio of section modulus/weight as well as high moments of inertia.
Steel sheet piles offer significant advantages in the following applications:
Water transport: Quay walls made with steel sheet piles allow for up to 20% faster construction and 15% lower costs when compared with alternative materials. Steel is the material of choice for breakwaters, dolphins, locks, and canals. With the intrinsic ductility of steel, sheet piling solutions in conjunction with modern performance-based design methods help with the design and optimisation of safe ports in seismic areas.
Hazard protection: Dykes and flood or erosion protection barriers made with steel sheet piles are one of the most efficient ways of protecting against floods and rising sea levels, resulting in savings of up to 40%.
Mobility infrastructure: Composite bridges with steel sheet pile abutments require up to 10% less construction time and up to 15% less economic impact on the community throughout their service life. Permanent steel sheet pile walls in underground car parks of two to three levels are up to 50% more cost-effective than walls built with alternative materials and offer significantly shorter execution time.
Environmental protection: Steel sheet piles are used as temporary and permanent retaining walls for landfill conversion, polluted soil remediation, riverbed cleaning operations, and pollution containment.
ArcelorMittal sheet piles can be reused up to ten times before they are recycled through the EAF-based (Electric Arc Furnace) steel making process, making them one of the most sustainable construction materials.
With their new EcoSheetPile™ & EcoSheetPile™ Plus brands, ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling provides steel sheet piles with a significantly reduced carbon footprint produced via the EAF-route using 100% recycled, recyclable, and reusable steel, and - in the case of EcoSheetPile™ Plus - 100% renewable energy with an externally certified Guarantee of Origin. Both brands come with specific EPDs reviewed by independent institutions.