Versa Shield Configurations

Trenchmate versa-shield trench shields are developed to be versatile and adaptable, below are some of the almost endless examples of how you can use multiple shields.

You can use the versa-shield products as a traditional trench shoring solution with two sides held apart with struts to shore the shield in a trench or change it into a utility drop box with fully enclosed sides. Other combinations include the ability to add one or more open ends to allow pipes to run into the enclosure while still shoring the sides of your trench or hole. Shields can be stacked on top of one another to increase the effective depth or join the shields to one another horizontally to increase the length of the shield system. Shields can be adjusted up and down via the corner channels and multiple mounting holes to accommodate the ability to run pipes underneath a shield which enables numerous pipes to run into a junction and be worked on safely.

Dimensions

All configurations can be user specific based on the panel sizes available, the standard panel height is 600mm and can be stacked up to 3 high to create a shield, drop box or chamber box configuration 1800mm in height, these can then be further stacked as 600mm extensions, or as complete 1800mm shield/box to accommodate a depth of up to 5.4 metres.

Versa Shields

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Chamber Box

Standard Shields Chamber Box

Drop Box

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Stackable Drop Box

Drop Box Stackable Drop Box

Combo Shield/Chamber Box with pipe

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Combo Shield/Chamber Box

Combo Shield/Chamber Box Combo Shield/Chamber Box

90 degree Corner Box

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Special Chamber Box

90 degree Corner Box Special Chamber Box

Drop Box with Barrier Bars

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Drop Box with Barrier Bars