Is a Slide Rail Shoring System Right for Your Project?

A Slide Rail system is designed to keep workers safe while also saving contractors time and money.

Slide Rail Shoring System

There are many types of shoring systems available. It can seem perplexing to try and figure out which system is right for your particular project.

What is a Slide Rail Shoring System?

A Slide Rail shoring system is meant to replace the conventional application of steel or wood sheeting. It is a vertical sheeting and trench support system. By using this type of system, the excavation can be shored from ground level to sub-grade level without any soil movement.

This system is designed with the contractor in mind as the components of our Slide Rail system allow for the use of lighter, more general machines during installation and removal than would otherwise be required for tight sheeting or trench shields.

The Slide Rail system is a very effective system in areas that have distressed ground conditions or where where the existing infrastructure would make it difficult to support a trench. In addition, it is designed to keep workers safe while also saving contractors time and money.

Where Can a Slide Rail System Be Used?

Because the Slide Rail shoring system is flexible and modular, it is versatile enough to be used on a wide variety of jobs sites. Some of these inlcude:

  • Installation near existing utilities
  • Pump stations
  • Tank Installations
  • Bore pits
  • Vibration sensitive areas
  • Areas with poor soil conditions
  • Linear pipeline runs
  • Soil remediation
  • And many others…

Advantages of a Slide Rail

There are a number of advantages of using the Slide Rail shoring system for your project. Some of these include:

  • Safety for workers
  • Vibration free
  • Tight sheeting without soil movement
  • Saves money – Less material costs
  • Meets OSHA’s standards

St. Louis Shoring Equipment Rental

Luby Shoring provides a wide selection of standard and custom trench shielding and shoring options. Our equipment is cost effective, safe and versatile, relied upon by underground utility professionals, municipalities and private contractors. All products are Professional Engineer certified to help you meet OSHA’s excavation and trench safety standards.

Call us today at (636) 660-7467 or fill out our online contact form.


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