What is Shaftbrace?
Shaftbrace is a strong, four-way hydraulic bracing system, giving very large clear working areas. Standard leg assemblies cover excavations from 1.8m to 12.2m sheet to sheet.
Why use Mabey’s Shaftbrace?
Shaftbrace is a flexible solution with bracing struts available to increase the lengths of the excavation. Octagonal corner units are also available which enable 8-sided excavations to be constructed. It can be used in conjunction with our wide range of trench sheets and piling.Back to top
Key benefits of Mabey’s Shaftbrace
- Versatile - octagonal corner units also available
- Flexible - bracing struts are available to increase the lengths of the excavation
- Efficient - easy to install
|Clear Internal Dimensions (mm)||Sheet to Sheet Dimensions (mm)||Approx. Maximum Deflection per Waling (mm)||Leg Weight (kg)|
|1305 to 9705||1805 to 10205||74 to 333||270 to 775|
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Excavation bracing frames support the ground around foundation excavations.
Access platforms to integrate with all Mabey trench boxes and trench sheets.
Used to support the ground at the sides of trenches and excavations.
Our EMVs are suitable for driving and extracting a range of Mabey sheeting and piling.
High visibility, lightweight edge protection for the entire Mabey trench sheet range.
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