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Bin-Wall

 
 
 

Bin-Wall is a gravity retaining wall system made from corrugated steel panels that are easily bolted together and backfilled with soil. Bin-Wall is flexible and adaptable to many site conditions making it an economical construction option. It protects against shore or bank erosion, provides support and holds back encroaching slopes. Can also be used for breakwaters and protective blast walls.

 

Primary application include:

  • Retaining walls
  • Bridge abutments
  • To form usable flat areas, gaining surface from slopes
  • Protection solution for shore lines
  • Breakwaters
  • Protective blast walls for industrial and military sites

Strong and Flexible

Bin-Wall is a lightweight product that gains stability from the weight of the fill material in a combination of the weight of the steel structure itself. The fully enclosed face of Bin-Wall prevents loss of fill material and provides life-long strength of the structures built with Bin-Wall.

 

Versatility

Bin-Wall can be customized to accommodate installation on curves by shortening the front or back horizontal stringers as needed to create concave or convex wall alignments.

 

Design Options

Depending of the environment and the application of the structure, Bin-Wall can be designed for different design service life using Galvanized Z275, Galvanized Z610 or Aluminized Type II coatings.

 

Long Service Life

Bin-Wall can withstand temperature amplitudes and effects of ice and snow. Expansion and contraction due to temperature changes are safely absorbed by the solid steel construction. The risk of cracking due to small movements are completely eliminated.

 

Fast and Easy Installation

Choosing Bin-Wall results in less excavation, quick installation and transportation savings as the individual parts of Bin-Wall are lightweight, easy to handle and can be nested.

All-bolted assembly, the structure requires a small unskilled crew and typical construction equipment to be put together. No need to build a framework or to consider curing delays or follow-up operations.

Heavier gauge stringers are used at the bottom of the wall as the height increases.