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Anchorage systems and accessories

Contents

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Contents

Introduction
Sheet piling and anchoring systems
Concrete walls
Concrete walls and anchoring systems

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4
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1
1.1

Anchorage
Dimensioning of the anchorage parts (E 20 of the EAU 1990)

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2
2.1

Anchorage parts
Tie-rod anchorage
Round steel anchor (according to EAU 1990)
Round steel anchor (according to EAU 2004)
Round steel anchor (according to DIN 18800)
Anchorage parts
Connecting parts
Turnbuckles, sleeves and nuts
Turnbuckle joints, hinge joints, double joints
Injection piles

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24
25

3
3.1
3.2
3.3

Waling
Waling in general
Waling construction
Wale mounting
Waling joints, Belt consoles
Waling bolts
Waling bolts with head and nut
Waling bolts with two nuts

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Profiled capping plates


Profiled capping plates for concrete wall
Upper and lower edge protectionz
Slide protection and profiled capping plates for ladders

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5
5.1

Ancilliary equipment
Bollards
Inner harbour bollards
Sea harbour bollards
Tee head bollards
`y`Type pillar bollards
Twin horn bollards
Typical FEA screen dumps Finer Element Analysis
Anchorages / Breakaway anchorages for edge bollards
Ladders

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2.1.1
2.1.2
2.2

5.2

Contents

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Examples for using plates for anchors and waling bolts


Calculation according to EAU 1990
Swivel plates, swivel nuts
Cardan rocker plates
Front bearing plates for anchors / LARSSEN
Front bearing plates for anchors / HOESCH
Bearing plates for anchors directly at waling / LARSSEN + HOESCH
Front bearing plates for anchors / LARSSEN
Front bearing plates for belt pins / HOESCH
Rear bearing plates for belt pins/ LARSSEN + HOESCH
Plates on concrete
T--connections
Example: Anchorage dimensioning according to EAU 1990
Example: Anchorage dimensioning according to EAU 2004
Weight specification kg/m

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Additional ASF products


Fork head
Threaded studs DIN 976-1
Eye bolts DIN 444
Hexagon bolts DIN 601 / DIN ISO 4016
Hexagon head bolts DIN 931 / DIN ISO 4014
Hexagon bolts with large widths DIN 6914
Hexagon socket head cap screw DIN 912 / DIN ISO 4762
T-head bolts with square neck DIN 7992
T-head bolts with square neck DIN 186
T-head bolts with double nib DIN 188
T-head bolts with double nib DIN 261
Masonry bolts DIN 529
Special foundation bolts DIN 797
Special foundation nuts DIN 798
Mushroom head square neck bolts DIN 603
Stirrup bolts DIN 3570
Spherical head lifting bolts

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Foto examples

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0 Introduction

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Dear Madams, Dear Sirs,

we would like to introduce ourselves as manufaturers of anchoring materials for use in the fields of plant engineering, surface and civil engineering
as well as in structural steel and hydraulic engineering.

Anton Schmoll GmbH was founded after the first world war, and conducted its business initially by doing wage work for the local industry. Over the
years the materials and rolling stock increased steadily, creating the basis
for setting up an independent factory of our own. This eventually lead to
space problems which were solved in 1978 when our subsidiary plant was
established in the nearby town of Balve-Garbeck. In the same year Anton
Schmoll GmbH was registered as a limited company. In the meantime the Anton Schmoll GmbH production and storage facilities total a
covered area of 6.000 m2, with a clear tendency towards expansion.

The materials predominantly used at our works are S 355 J2G3 (St 52.3), 42 CrMo 4, 34CrNiMo 6,
1.4301 and 1.4571, covering qualities 4.6, 5.6, 8.8, 10.9, 12.9, A2 and A4 to the greatest possible extent.
The range of materials is rounded off with BST500S concrete reinforcing steel, S460N fine-grained steel,
high temperature steel 21CrMoV57 and also our steel ASF 600. An extensive stock of all these materials,
with rod lengths up to 20 m, ensures short delivery times. The maximum possible single length is 27m.
Forged parts ranging from M 8 - M 150 - 3/8" to 6"- are no problem for our forgingshop.
We
are
also
competent
in
producing
bolts and screws (also with upset threads) with
rolled threads to any required length and with diameters up to M 150, or 6". Our technical staff will be pleased to advice you on the
advantages of this highly efficient alternative as against upset rod anchorages. Cut threads are available with diameters up to M 180. And
of course we also carry out all kinds of drilling, cutting, welding and lathe work.

Most of our products are certified according to -Sign (conformity sign). We have the qualification of manufacturers for the welding of steel
structures according to DIN18800-7 and DIN19704, DIN 18801, DIN 4132. Our company is accredited according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000.
High standards of quality, keen prices and adherence to agreed delivery dates are only some of the characteristics for which Anton
Schmoll GmbH is well known.

For hydraulic engineering we deliver displacement-injected piles, injection piles and also an extensive program for joining technique and
accessories.
Basically:
- tie rods and connection parts
- waling and waling bolts
- capping profiles
- bollards and ladders
- customised welded constructions

Our technical catalogue is intended to give you an overal impression of our production programme.
Naturally enough, it does not contain our complete range of products and shows only the most frequently used articles and main product lines.
Please contact us if the product you require is not included in our catalogue.

0 Sheet piling and anchoring systems

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0 Sheet piling and anchoring systems

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0 Sheet piling and anchoring systems

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0 Sheet piling and anchoring systems

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0 Concrete walls

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0 Concrete walls and anchoring


systems

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1 Anchorage

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If static and structural conditions
require the anchoring of a pile wall,
this is achieved by mutual support,
for
example
with
channel
excavations.
In
most
cases,
however,
piles
need
to
be
additionally tied back.
The anchorage constructions
are
chosen
and
constructed
according to static and structural
requirements. Reaction force A,
resulting from static calculations of the
pile wall, as well as the low skidding
joint analysis are decisive for
dimensioning.

DIN 4125 applies for the


1.1
Dimensioning
of
the
anchorage parts (E 20 of the EAU construction and dimensioning of
anchorage by means of grout
1990)
anchors. Only completely dead
Anchor piles, waling, beams steel types are to be used in
construction with fluctuating loads.
and support plate:
The bearing capacity analysis is to
Bearing capacity analysis is to be carried out according to DIN
be carried out according to DIN 18800, part l, paragraph 8.2.1.5. If
18800 or DIN V ENV 1993-5, if the static base load is less or equal
stress is mainly consistent. In case to the alternating load, controlled
permanent
stressing
of
of
waling
and
beams,
the and
requirements for an increase of the anchorage and/or waling bolts
partial safety coefficients according above the stress amplitude is
recommended.
to E 30 must be considered.
Exvacation revetting
Alternating stress requires the
fatigue strength analysis according
Abb. 1: Baugrubenabsttzung
to DIN 19704-1. We would also like
to stress the importance of DIN
18800, Part 1.

Waling diverts forces from the


sheet pile to the anchorage, and
simultaneously aligns and stiffens
the construction. The anchorage
diverts the reaction force of the pile
through the waling to the anchorage
In
general,
dead
steel
body.
according to DIN EN 10025 must
be used.
The anchorage body, again,
divert such forces from the main pile
Fitting bolts, with min. 4.6 tensile
to the soil. An anchor wall forms the strength, are to be used for threaded
anchorage body for a round steel waling and beam splices. The Tie-rod anchorage
anchorage.
fatigue strength analysis is to be
Abb. 2: Rundstahlverankerung
carried out according to DIN 18800,
If the construction is embedded Part 1.
through anchor piles, e.g. steel
bearing piles, injected bearing piles,
Tie-rods and waling bolts:
forces from the pile are diverted to
the soil through pile skin friction.
Anchorages are mainly subject to

static load. Strong fluctuating stress


is
rare
in
anchorages,
but
nevertheless occurs often in waling Grouted drive anchor pile
bolts. Tie-rods and waling bolts must
be made of steel types according to
Abb. 3: Gerammter verpresster Ankerpfahl
DIN EN 10025. The steel type S
355 J2G3 is the most commonly
used steel. In general, dimensioning
for constructions with mainly static
load are based on the anchoring
forces which result from loads according loading case 2. Bearing capacity analysis is to be carried out according to DIN 18800, part 1, paragraph 8.2.2.3. The reducing coefficients for the loading cases 1 to
3, must be observed.

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2 Anchorage parts

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2.1 Tie-rod anchorage

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from sheet piles, are to be used,
2.1 Tie-rod anchorage
Tie-rod anchorage represents the it is sufficient to excavate up
most economical way of anchoring to anchor level.
sheet piles.
Normally, forces are diverted to
the anchor plates. In order to install
concrete anchor plates, it is
necessary to excavate the concrete
plate up to its bottom edge. If,
however, sheet pile plates or
continuous anchor
walls, made

The necessary length of the tie-rod


anchors results from the low
skidding joint. The depth of the
anchor wall is determined by
testing the soils break safety in
In general, tie-rod anchors are front of such wall.
installed horizontally or only slightly
slanted, as major earthmoving
would otherwise become necessary
for the connection to the anchor
body due to the low position of the
anchor wall.

1. Steel sheet pile


2. Waling
3. Waling connection with universal joint

Tie-rod anchorage parts


and connection parts

4. Waling support
5. Eye tie rod
6. Turnbuckle
7. Anchor extension
8. Socket
9. Anchor wall
10. Back plate with nut

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2.1 Round steel anchors


(according to EAU 1990)

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Round steel anchors (according to EAU 1990)
(Table 1)
Nominal
diameter
D

Inch

mm

38

45

50

57

63

70

75

83

90

95

100

110

115

120

125

130

140

145

150

Upset anchors

ASF
600

218

294

382

490

624

798

914

1074

1270

1454

1682

1907

2166

2418

2708

2987

3309

3614

3967

1)

S 460

182

245

323

409

520

624

743

896

1060

1214

1403

1591

1807

2018

2260

2493

2762

3016

3311

kN

S 355

126

170

224

283

361

432

527

620

733

839

971

1100

1250

1395

1563

1725

1909

2085

2283

d (mm)

38

38

38

45

50

52

58

65

70

75

80

83

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

l (mm)

190

190

220

220

250

250

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

kg/m

8,9

8,9

8,9

12,5

15,4

16,6

20,7

24,5

30,2

34,7

39,5

42,5

49,9

55,6

61,7

68

74,6

81,5

88,8

Admissible
anchor strength

Rolled anchors
l = variabel 1000

l = variabel 1000

Admissible
anchor strength

ASF
600

228

307

405

513

654

783

956

1124

1329

1522

1759

1995

2267

2529

2833

3125

3462

3781

4150

1)

S 460

190

256

398

428

546

653

798

938

1109

1270

1468

1665

1892

2111

2365

2608

2889

3155

3464

kN

S 355

136

184

242

306

387

465

564

663

780

893

1028

1164

1318

1471

1643

1812

2001

2187

2395

diameter (mm)

35

41

47

53

59

65

71

77

83

89

96

102

108

114

121

127

133

139

145

kg/m

7,5

10,3

13,6

17,3

21,5

26,0

31,0

36,5

42,5

48,8

56,8

64,0

71,9

80,0

90,0

99,0

109,0

119,0

129,6

Eye anchors

k
b
a (mm)

72

85

105

110

125

135

155

165

180

190

210

230

240

255

280

275

290

300

310

b (mm)

32

38

48

50

58

63

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

110

115

120

125

130

140

c (mm)

25

30

33

39

42

47

50

55

60

63

66

72

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

k (mm)

50

60

70

75

85

90

105

110

120

130

135

165

170

180

190

195

205

205

230

45

T-head anchors

b/2
b

a (mm)

100

100

110

115

125

135

145

160

180

185

190

205

220

235

235

245

260

270

b (mm)

38

40

50

55

60

60

70

70

75

75

80

90

90

95

100

130

135

140

kg T-head

1,9

2,9

3,6

4,5

5,7

6,7

8,8

10,8

12

14,4

17,8

19,7

23,8

26,1

29

30

35

40

d = D at lengths below 4 m
1) according to EAU 1990

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2.1 Round steel anchors


(according to EAU 2004)

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Round steel anchors (according to EAU 2004)


(Table 2)
Nominal
diameter
D

Inch

mm

38

45

50

57

63

70

75

83

90

95

100

110

115

120

125

130

140

145

150

Upset anchors

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600

333

447

590

748

954

1118

1392

1635

1936

2218

2562

2853

3299

3683

4118

4554

5009

5484

5958

S 460

203

273

361

457

583

697

852

999

1183

1355

1566

1776

2016

2251

2517

2783

3073

3364

3703

S 355

177

239

315

399

509

608

743

872

1033

1183

1366

1550

1759

1964

2196

2429

2682

2936

3231

d (mm)

38

38

38

45

50

52

58

65

70

75

80

83

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

l (mm)

190

190

220

220

250

250

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

kg/m

8,9

8,9

8,9

12,5

15,4

16,6

20,7

24,5

30,2

34,7

39,5

42,5

49,9

55,6

61,7

68

74,6

81,5

88,8

Rd 1)
kN

Rolled anchors

D
l = variabel 1000

l = variabel 1000

ASF
600

380

523

689

875

1081

1315

1568

1845

2143

2463

2867

3235

3627

4043

4554

5017

5500

6011

6538

S 460

232

319

421

535

661

803

958

1128

1309

1505

1752

1977

2217

2471

2783

3066

3361

3674

3995

S 355

203

279

367

467

577

701

836

984

1143

1314

1529

1726

1935

2156

2429

2676

2934

3206

3487

d (mm)

35

41

47

53

59

65

71

77

83

89

96

102

108

114

121

127

133

139

145

kg/m

7,5

10,3

13,6

17,3

21,5

26,0

31,0

36,5

42,5

48,8

56,8

64,0

71,9

80,0

90,0

99,0

109,0

119,0

129,6

Rd 1)
kN

Eye anchors

k
b
a (mm)

72

85

105

110

125

135

155

165

180

190

210

230

240

255

280

275

290

300

310

b (mm)

32

38

48

50

58

63

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

110

115

120

125

130

140

c (mm)

25

30

33

39

42

47

50

55

60

63

66

72

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

k (mm)

50

60

70

75

85

90

105

110

120

130

135

165

170

180

190

195

205

205

230

45

T-head anchors

b/2
b

1)

a (mm)

100

100

110

115

125

135

145

160

180

185

190

205

220

235

235

245

260

270

b (mm)

38

40

50

55

60

60

70

70

75

75

80

90

90

95

100

130

135

140

kg T-head

1,9

2,9

3,6

4,5

5,7

6,7

8,8

10,8

12

14,4

17,8

19,7

23,8

26,1

29

30

35

40

design resistance according to EAU 2004

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2.1 Round steel anchors


(according to DIN 18800)

ASF
Round steel anchors (according to DIN 18800)
(Table 3)
Nominal
diameter
D

Inch

M39

M45

M52

M56

M64

M72

M76

M85

M90

M95

M100

M110

M115

M120

M125

M130

M140

M145

M150

mm

36

42

48,5

52

60

68

72

81

86

91

96

106

111

116

121

126

136

141

146

Upset anchors

ASF
600

382

512

690

797

1052

1363

1533

1954

2209

2479

2766

3387

3721

4071

4436

4662

5627

6055

6499

1)

S 460

318

426

575

664

876

1136

1278

1628

1841

2066

2305

2833

3101

3392

3697

4014

4689

5046

5416

kN

S 355

229

307

414

478

631

817

920

1172

1325

1487

1660

2032

2233

2442

2662

2890

3346

3633

3899

d (mm)

38

38

38

45

50

52

58

65

70

75

80

83

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

l (mm)

190

190

220

220

250

250

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

kg/m

8,9

8,9

8,9

12,5

15,4

16,6

20,7

24,5

30,2

34,7

39,5

42,5

49,9

55,6

61,7

68

74,6

81,5

88,8

Admissible
anchor strength

Rolled anchors
l = variabel 1000

l = variabel 1000

ASF
600

382

512

690

797

1052

1363

1533

1954

2209

2479

2766

3387

3721

4071

4436

4662

5627

6055

6499

S 460

318

426

575

664

876

1136

1278

1628

1841

2066

2305

2833

3101

3392

3697

4014

4689

5046

5416

S 355

229

307

414

478

631

817

920

1172

1325

1487

1660

2032

2233

2442

2662

2890

3346

3633

3899

diameter (mm)

36

42

48,5

52

60

68

72

81

86

91

96

106

111

116

121

126

136

141

146

kg/m

7,5

10,3

13,6

17,3

21,5

26,0

31,0

36,5

42,5

48,8

56,8

64,0

71,9

80,0

90,0

99,0

109,0

119,0

129,6

Admissible
anchor strength
1)

kN

Eye anchors

k
b

a (mm)

72

85

105

110

125

135

155

165

180

190

210

230

240

255

280

275

290

300

310

b (mm)

32

38

48

50

58

63

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

110

115

120

125

130

140

c (mm)

25

30

33

39

42

47

50

55

60

63

66

72

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

k (mm)

50

60

70

75

85

90

105

110

120

130

135

165

170

180

190

195

205

205

230

45

T-head anchors

b/2
b

a (mm)

100

100

110

115

125

135

145

160

180

185

190

205

220

235

235

245

260

270

b (mm)

38

40

50

55

60

60

70

70

75

75

80

90

90

95

100

130

135

140

kg T-head

1,9

2,9

3,6

4,5

5,7

6,7

8,8

10,8

12

14,4

17,8

19,7

23,8

26,1

29

30

35

40

1) according to DIN 18800

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2.1.1 Anchorage parts

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2 . 1 . 1 Anchorage parts
Anchor rods should, for structural
reasons, not be thinner than 11/2. It
proved efficient to upset the thread in
order to prevent fatigue in this area.
Such action allows optimal benefit
from the permitted tensions within
the thread core and the thinner
anchor shaft.

Tables 1-3 show the common a ring anchor, or if the construction


sizes of tie-rod anchors.
cannot be carried out at once.

Tie-rod anchors are usually


sold in two partial lengths. It is
recommended
to
fasten
the
turnbuckles closely behind the main
wall. Thus, the anchor wall can be
supported through setting on the
ground. This, furthermore, allows
Turnbuckles are attached to easy connection during future
Rolled threads do not require tie-rod anchors if there are no end reconstruction.
upsetting as rolling of the anchors parts which allow stretching, e.g. with
result in a thread outside diameter
which is higher than the shaft
Anchor rod with hexagonal nut
diameter. The use of rolled threads,
instead of upset cut threads, offer
numerous advantages such as higher
tensile strength and profile precision
and no interruptions of the steel fibre
structure (dynamic stress capacity),
Eye tie-rod
see also EAU 2004.
As there are different and longer
threads, it is often not necessary to
use an additional turnbuckle.
Apart from common tie-rod
anchorage with double-thread, it is
possible to use anchors with upset
hinge ring or hammerhead anchors
for special connections.

The Whitworth thread, which is


still common, proved as best suitable
in stress tests as well as under rough
conditions on site. Nevertheless,
metric threads are also used.
Dead steel types, according
to DIN EN 10025, must be used.
They are resistant to ageing, brittle
fractures and stress cracks. This
includes the steel types S 235 JR
(formerly: St 37-2) and S 355 J2
G3 (formerly: St 52-3). For economical and safety reasons, it is
common to use steel of the higher S355 J2G3 grade.

T-head anchor

Anchor with turnbuckle and socket

Eye tie rod

Turnbuckle

16

Anchor extension

Socket

2.1.1 Anchorage parts

ASF

The turnbuckles comprise one


left hand thread as well as one right
hand thread to tighten and balance
the entire anchor length.
The rear anchor rod length is
restricted to 20m for reasons of
transport and installation. In order to
obtain longer components, single
rods may be connected by means
of
movable
couplings.
They
comprise a continuous RH thread
and, thus, cannot be used for
tightening.
Supple and tensionable anchor
rod connections can be constructed
by means of turnbuckle hinges.
Shackle joints may be used in special
connections, or in case of expected
settlement.
Constructions comprising upset ring
anchors, splice plates and hinge
bolts should be preferred over
hammerhead constructions, when
regarding hinge effect and assembly.
Double hinges are indicated for
constructions with vertical as well as
horizontal movement.

17

2.1.1 Anchorage parts

ASF
Turnbuckle

Coupling for anchor extension

Turnbuckle hinge

Hinge joint for t-head anchor

Splice plate
Hinge nut

Splice plate

T-head

RH thread

LH thread

Hinge joint for ring anchor


Splice plate

Double hinge (universal joint)


Bolt

18

2.1.2 Connecting parts

ASF
2.1.2 Connecting parts
Anchor connection to the
main wall can be carried out in
the sheet pile recess, either at the
pile front or at the back wale
(tension waling). The distance of
the anchor will then be determined by
the pile spacing.

Simple connection in recess with


tapered plate

Connection to waling by means of


coupling plate

Tapered plate

Coupling plate

Base plate

Base plate

Tie rod

There are two different types of


base plates: front plates at the main
wall for U-piles, or Z-piles and plates
for connecting the waling to the main
or anchor wall, with or without
additional coupling plate/rolled nut.
The front plates at the main wall should
usually cover 80% of the width of the
pile recess in order to enhance the
diversion of loads.
Anchorage
gradients
may
be
additionally adjusted to the base plate
by means of a tapered plate.

Support

19

Tie rod

Support

Waling

Waling

Main wall

Main wall

2.1.2 Connecting parts

ASF
In order to prevent bending
stress within the thread connections
due to expected settlements, the
anchor connection should vertically
be supple and freely moving. The
commonly used joint in such cases
is a coupling plate or a semi-roller
coupling plate.

Connection with universal joint


plate

Swivel plate

Swivel nut

The coupling plate comprises an


anchor rod which revolves around a
stem. At moment exposure, stress
occurs at the yield point, which
allows angle distortion without
significant resistance. In case of
roller coupling plates, the distortion is
realised by means of a semi-roller
welded
onto
the
plate.
If,
furthermore, horizontal movement is
expected, either two staggered
hinges may be positioned in a row,
or a universal joint plate may be
used.

Coupling effect through hammerhead

The coupling effect is also


achieved with an anchor rod with
rounded hammerhead.
For sections with low walls, a
coupling plate with thread may be
used (rolled nut) in order to save
nut height.

20

Connection with rolled nut

2.1.2 Connecting parts

ASF
If the anchor rod is considerably
inclined, or if major settlement or
distortion
is
expected;
it
is
recommended to position the anchor
connection in the pile recess but
below the chord. This allows a
minimum wale spreading.
If it is necessary to create an
anchor
spacing,
which
is
independent of pile spacing, anchor
connection is only possible within the
waling.
Different structures
constructed
according
appropriate requirements.

may
to

The connection to a combined


piping pile is commonly carried out
through external splice plates which
are inserted through the pipe top
opening.

Connection with significant anchor


incline

The connection to the anchor


wall is realised at the external
waling (compression waling). A
single connection with base plate is
common. A supple connection may be
necessary when the anchor rod is
embedded in its full length into the
refilled soil and settlement might occur.

be
the
Adjustable connection with universal joint

21

2.1.2 Connecting parts

ASF
Supple waling connection with
t-head

Connection for pipe pile

Simple connection to anchor wall

Supple connection to anchor wall

22

Connection for high-modulus walls

2.1.2 Turnbuckles, sleeves and nuts

ASF
Turnbuckles, sleeves and nuts
Nominal
diameter D

Inch
mm

M39

M45

M52

M56

M64

M72

M76

M85

M90

M95

M100

M110

M115

M120

M125

M130

M140

M145

M150

Turnbuckles

a (mm)

350

400

450

450

500

500

550

550

550

550

550

550

550

550

550

550

550

550

550

b (mm)

60

70

80

90

100

105

120

120

140

150

150

160

170

180

190

190

200

200

220

c (mm)

40

45

50

60

65

70

75

85

90

95

100

110

115

120

125

130

130

130

130

e (mm)

45

50

55

64

70

75

80

88

96

102

106

116

122

130

135

140

150

150

160

f (mm)

20

20

25

30

33

33

36

36

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

kg

4,3

6,6

9,8

11,8

17,2

18

25,5

28,0

38,1

44,3

44,7

45

54

61

69

62

66

60

85

Coupling sleeves

a (mm)

120

140

150

170

180

200

210

240

250

260

260

260

260

260

260

260

260

260

260

b (mm)

60

70

80

90

100

105

120

120

140

150

150

160

170

180

190

190

200

200

200

f (mm)

20

20

25

30

33

33

36

85

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

40

kg

1,7

2,7

3,7

5,3

6,9

7,9

11

13

18,1

21,7

20,8

21,5

25

28

32,5

29

32

30

41

a (mm)

69

81

92

98

110

121

127

139

150

156

167

179

191

202

208

219

231

242

254

s (mm)

60

70

80

85

95

105

110

120

130

135

145

155

165

175

180

190

200

210

220

h (mm)

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

kg

0,5

0,7

1,1

1,4

1,9

2,4

2,9

3,8

4,6

5,2

6,4

7,6

9,1

10,9

11,8

13,9

16,1

18,8

21,5

Hexagon nuts

Radius r wil be adjusted


to connection plate

Cap nut

a (mm)

69

81

92

98

110

121

127

139

150

156

167

179

191

202

208

219

231

242

254

s (mm)

60

70

80

85

95

105

110

120

130

135

145

155

165

175

180

190

200

210

220

h (mm)

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

kg

0,5

0,7

1,1

1,4

1,9

2,4

2,9

3,8

4,6

5,2

6,4

7,6

9,1

10,9

11,8

13,9

16,1

18,8

21,5

23

2.1.2 Turnbuckle joints, hinge joints,


double joints

ASF

Turnbuckle joints, hinge joints, double joint


Inch

M52

M56

M64

M72

M76

M85

M90

M95

M100

M110

M115

M120

M125

M130

M140

a (mm)

510

520

570

590

750

760

770

780

780

820

820

840

860

860

b (mm)

90

105

115

125

140

145

165

189

200

220

240

260

260

c (mm)

20

25

25

30

30

35

35

40

40

40

40

40

45

e (mm)

410

410

450

450

550

550

590

590

580

570

560

560

f (mm)

55

60

70

80

80

80

95

95

105

115

125

g (mm)

100

100

110

120

120

150

170

180

190

205

h (mm)

160

170

180

200

210

240

260

280

290

Total kg

23

5781

8196

96115

115
136

Nominal
diameter D

mm

880

880

900

280

280

300

320

45

50

50

50

550

550

550

550

550

235

150

150

160

160

170

220

230

240

260

280

280

290

310

320

330

350

370

390

390

400

136152
1

185

209

245

281

310

398

416

476
416

Turnbuckle joints

2330

3045

4557

Hinge joints

a (mm)

170

190

235

255

280

302

335

358

390

420

450

530

560

600

640

660

680

700

740

b (mm)

65

75

90

105

115

125

140

145

165

180

200

220

240

260

260

280

280

300

320

c (mm)

20

20

20

22

25

28

30

33

35

37

40

40

40

40

45

45

50

50

50

e (mm)

100

110

135

145

160

170

190

200

215

235

250

285

300

320

335

350

355

370

390

g (mm)

34

40

50

52

60

65

72

77

82

87

92

97

102

112

117

122

127

132

142

k (mm)

95

105

125

135

145

165

165

180

185

195

205

210

215

220

235

240

255

260

265

13

16

23

29

36

44

58

69

88

101

119

141

157

179

198

225

kg incl. bolts

Double joints
(Cardan joints)

a (mm)

285

300

330

355

385

415

445

470

500

570

600

640

680

700

720

740

780

b (mm)

90

100

120

130

140

150

160

180

190

200

210

220

240

250

260

270

280

c (mm)

26

29

36

39

42

45

47

56

59

61

65

67

75

77

80

82

85

e (mm)

185

190

210

225

240

255

270

275

300

325

340

360

375

390

395

410

430

f (mm)

135

150

155

165

180

195

210

220

230

270

285

305

320

337

347

357

377

g (mm)

50

52

60

67

72

77

82

87

92

97

102

112

117

122

127

132

142

k (mm)

140

150

170

180

190

200

210

230

240

250

260

270

290

310

320

330

340

12

15

24

31

39

48

58

80

95

119

139

164

209

231

257

283

323

kg incl. bolts

24

2.2 Injection piles

ASF

25

2.2 Injection piles

ASF
2.2 Injection piles
Horizontal tie-rod anchorage usually
represents
more
inexpensive
anchorage procedures. If, however,
horizontal
rods
cannot
be
embedded
due
to
differing
conditions,
such
as
close
developments or unsuitable ground,
anchor piles may be used. Here,
anchor forces are diverted through
skin friction between pile and
ground. The diversion of tensile
forces into the ground depends on
numerous factors. It is especially
subject to the soil conditions and the
shape of the pile. Unlike tie-rod
installation, the embedding of

anchor piles does not require earth


movement.
A supple connection
should be preferred to the built-in
hinge in order to compensate
distortions within the connection area
of the sheet pile/anchor pile caused by
bending, settlement and installation
conditions, see also EAU 2004.
There are generally two types of
anchor piles:
- driven steel piles and
- injected steel piles.
The injection pile can be produced
by us up to a single length of 27 m.
Depending on quality, it can be

26

extended to any length by a welded


joint or a nut joint. Depending on
performance, stretch limitation values
of at least 355 to at least 600 N/mm2
can be guaranteed. Furthermore, all
wall connections like upset threads,
eye or T-head are possible. Use
according to DIN 4125 / DIN 4128 is
mathematically possible. The injection
pile has already
been implemented
successfully for ARGE Logport in
Rheinhausen,
Port
Walsum
in
Duisburg, Kaje Neuer Hafen in
Bremerhaven, Port HKM in Duisburg
and Port Ludwigshafen.

2.2 Injection piles

ASF

27

3 Waling

ASF

28

3.1 Waling in general

ASF

Load-bearing welding seams


must be 2mm thicker than statically
The waling diverts forces from necessary due to risk of rusting.
the sheet pile to the anchorage and
stiffens as well as aligns the
It is recommended to dimension
construction. In general, tension
the
wales according to the allowed
walings are positioned on the inside
of the main wall, whereas they are anchor force of the chosen anchor.
usually attached as compression Apart from horizontal load due to
wales behind the wall in case of anchor tension, rope tension and
anchor walls.
forces caused by traffic, the waling is
also subject to vertical stress caused
by anchor vertical load, soil load and
EAU 2004 recommends the solid its own weight. There may also be
construction as well as generous horizontal axial loads along the
dimensioning
the
waling
and sheet pile axis due to, for example,
preferring heavy waling made from rope tension.
S 235 JR (formerly St 37-2) over the
lighter types from S 355 J2G3 (formerly St 52-3).
3.1 General

29

3.2 Waling construction


Waling is usually constructed
from two spread U-steel sections
with
their
webs
being
perpendicularly positioned towards
the sheet pile. Therefore it can be
used an UPE or an UNP beam.
Other steel sections such as
LARSSEN piles and
I-sections
and/or a capping beam
waling
systems may also be used.
Reinforced steel wales are
mainly used for anchor walls.
Exceptions apply for pile anchorage
and compensational structures for
uneven sheet pile constructions.

3.2 Wale construction

ASF
In order to achieve the
necessary distance between the two
U-sections, wale spreader consisting
of pitched U-steel rods or web plates
are welded piecewise on the pile.
The grade of spreading depends on
the diameter and incline of the
anchorage. It is necessary to allow
for a sufficient spreading in order to
keep the anchor rods away from the
waling.

Common wale construction

Bracing plate
Waling splice

Tension
wale

Support

Heavy anchorage as well as in


case of direct connection between
anchorage and wale, reinforcing
bracing of the wale U-section at the
anchorage is essential.
Supplied waling parts are much
longer than the distances between
each
anchorage.
Splices
are
positioned at the places with the least
stress. An entire diameter splice is
not
necessary
although
the
calculated internal forces must still
be covered. Proper splices are
usually realised through attached Usections which are delivered ready
for installation with necessary
boreholes.

Wale bracing of the U-sections

LARSSEN-waling

Main wall

Threaded splice construction


for heavy waling

Wale sections for the splice are


only finished at one side. The other
side must be adjusted on-site.
Welded splices do not require proper
adjustment if they are staggered and
structurally fully connected.

Simple capping beam wale

30

3.3 Wale mounting

ASF
3.3 Wale mounting
The waling must be connected with
the sheet pile (main pile) so that
occurring forces can be properly
diverted. In order to facilitate the
installation and the diversion of vertical
forces,
wales
are
borne
by
appropriately dimensioned and welded
supports.
These usually consist of cut or burned,
plates although other variations are also
possible.
If the workspace is limited below
the waling, a suspension on the sheet
pile is constructed. The suspensions
are either welded onto the waling or
attached to the base plate of the
waling. A small mounting angle is
additionally welded onto the sheet pile.

I-beam connection

Waling suspension

LARSSEN wale mounting

31

Usual construction of a wale


mounting

3.3 Wale mounting

ASF
The LARSSEN waling bolts are
able to absorb vertical and horizontal
forces; a special wale support is not
necessary. Internal wales (tension
wale) must be carefully attached to
the sheet pile.

The wale bolts are located


within the wale sections web and
divert the loads to the base plates.
There is, on the one hand, the front
plate in the sheet pile recess
(HOESCH piles consist of two parts
due to the interlock at the pile
back), and on the other hand, the
back plate at the waling.
Waling can be screwed or welded
onto the bottom backside of the sheet
pile for the diversion of axial forces.
However, this may also be realised
by means of bar shear connectors
which are welded onto the wale and
are supported by the sheet pile web.

In order to divert horizontal


forces to the waling, and to align
the wall, strong wale bolts are
necessary. (min. 11/2). Sufficient
dimensioning is also necessary with
splice spacing in a lotic zone as
well as in case of corrosion risk. In
order to render waling bolts suitable
for wall alignment, they must be of
sufficient length. There are two bolt
In the case of anchor walls,
types: Bolts with upset hexagon head,
and bolts with double-sided thread. the connection is usually carried
out through the waling which is
located
behind
the
wall
(compressive
wale).
Wale
mounting is not necessary for static
reasons. It is sufficient to position
the wales on waling supports.

Bar shear connectors for the diversion of axial forces

Common connection to anchor wall

32

3.3 Waling joints, Belt consoles

ASF
Waling joints
Butt plate ][

Belts
][

Wy
cm 3

kg/m

][

l
(mm)

Screws

Dimensions
kg

a
(mm)

b
(mm)

c
(mm)

e
(mm)

f
(mm)

g
(mm)

h
(mm)

(mm)

Lnge
(mm)

Anzahl

kg

Additionally for
Additionally for

Waling
joints

180

300

44,0

140

560

17,9

40

60

60

22

40

60

80

M20

35

32

8,5

200

382

50,6

140

640

20,5

40

60

70

22

40

60

120

M20

35

32

8,5

220

490

58,8

160

680

25,6

40

80

70

22

40

60

140

M20

35

32

8,5

240

600

66,4

180

740

32,6

45

90

75

26

50

75

120

M24

40

32

14,1

260

742

75,8

200

800

40,5

45

110

75

26

50

75

150

M24

40

32

14,1

280

892

83,6

220

840

49,4

50

120

80

26

50

90

140

M24

40

40

17,6

300

1070

92,4

220

920

54,0

50

120

90

26

50

90

180

M24

40

40

17,6

350

1468

121,0

260

1000

75,8

60

140

105

32

60

110

160

M30

50

40

35,6

400

2040

143,6

300

1000

92,4

60

180

110

32

60

90

200

M30

50

48

42,8

][ 350

][ 380

][ 400

450

Steel types: S 235 JR / S 355 J2G3

Supporting consoles
][ 180

][ 200

][ 220

][ 240

][ 260

][ 280

][ 300

][ 320

h (mm)

230

250

270

290

310

330

350

370

400

430

b (mm)

230

250

270

290

310

330

350

370

400

430

450

kg

4,23

5,00

5,83

6,72

7,68

8,71

9,80

10,95

12,80

14,79

16,20

Belt profile

Supporting consoles

Steel types: S 235 JR / S 355 J2G3


Other designs ( ] profile or U-Profile) possible.

33

3.3 Waling bolts

ASF

34

3.3 Waling bolts with head and nut

ASF
Waling bolts with head and nut
Nominal diameter
D in Inch

53,6

86,6

126,0

170,0

320

320

340

360

85

95

105

115

1,59

2,55

4,08

5,90

340

340

360

380

400

283,0

361,0

432,0

420

440

460

527,0

620,0

733,0

Waling bolts with


head and nut

Traction kN/cm2

][ 200

mm
l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 220

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 240

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 260

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 280

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 300

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 320

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 350

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 380

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 400

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

224,0

85

95

105

115

125

1,67

2,67

4,26

6,15

8,36

360

360

380

400

420

85

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

1,75

2,79

4,44

6,39

8,66

11,75

14,58

18,69

380

380

400

420

440

440

460

480

500

510

530

85

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

1,83

2,91

4,62

6,63

8,98

12,15

15,07

19,29

23,15

29,27

35,65

400

400

420

440

460

460

480

500

520

530

550

85

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

1,91

3,03

4,80

6,86

9,28

12,55

15,56

19,90

23,84

30,12

36,64

420

440

460

480

480

500

520

540

550

570

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

3,15

4,98

7,10

9,59

12,95

16,05

20,50

24,54

30,97

37,64

440

460

480

500

500

520

540

560

570

590

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

3,20

5,09

7,40

9,90

13,15

16,54

21,11

25,23

31,82

38,64

490

510

530

530

550

570

590

600

620

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

5,37

7,61

10,36

13,77

17,27

22,01

26,27

33,10

40,14

520

540

560

560

580

600

620

630

650

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

5,63

8,15

10,82

14,39

18,01

22,92

27,31

34,37

41,63

540

560

580

580

600

620

640

650

670

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

5,92

8,37

11,13

15,07

18,50

23,52

28,01

35,22

42,63

Steel type: S 355 J2G3


Weight including the nut.

35

3.3 Waling bolts with two nuts

ASF
Waling bolts with two nuts
Nominal diameter
D in Inch

53,6

86,6

126,0

170,0

350

380

400

440

85

95

105

115

1,59

2,74

4,25

6,90

380

410

430

460

480

283,0

361,0

432,0

510

530

560

527,0

620,0

733,0

580

600

630

Waling bolts with


two nuts

Traction kN/cm2

][ 200

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 220

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 240

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 260

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 280

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 300

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 320

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 350

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 380

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

][ 400

l
(mm)
lg
(mm)
kg

224,0

85

95

105

115

125

1,71

2,93

4,52

7,15

9,31

390

420

440

470

510

85

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

1,75

2,99

4,61

7,27

9,78

13,35

16,78

21,71

25,92

33,10

40,63

410

440

460

490

530

530

550

580

600

620

650

85

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

1,83

3,12

4,79

7,52

10,10

13,77

17,27

22,31

26,62

33,95

41,63

430

460

480

510

550

550

570

600

620

640

670

85

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

1,91

3,24

4,97

7,75

10,42

14,18

17,76

22,92

27,31

24,80

42,63

480

510

540

570

570

600

620

640

660

690

95

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

3,35

5,24

8,15

10,74

14,59

18,50

23,52

28,01

35,65

43,63

530

560

590

590

620

640

660

680

710

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

5,41

8,40

11,18

15,01

18,99

24,13

28,70

36,30

44,63

550

580

620

620

640

660

680

710

740

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

5,56

8,85

11,46

15,83

19,48

24,73

29,39

37,77

46,12

580

610

650

650

670

680

710

740

770

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

5,86

9,02

12,11

16,25

20,21

25,33

30,09

39,05

47,62

600

630

670

670

690

700

730

760

790

105

115

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

6,06

9,27

12,34

16,67

20,70

25,94

30,78

37,90

48,62

Steel type: S 355 J2G3


Weight including the nuts

36

4 Profiled capping plates

ASF

37

4 Profiled capping plates

ASF
Permanent sheet pile
constructions are fitted with a top
finish made from steel or reinforced
steel. The construction is realised
according to structural and operational aspects but also to static
criteria if the beam is intended to
divert bearing reaction (beam wale).
If it has sufficient bending stiffness,
the beam wale allows wall top
alignment, load share in operational
mode, and prevents uneven
deflection.

The rolled or pressed UNION


beams are common, whose bead
forms a clearly visible top finish of
the sheet pile and prevents the
wear through of ropes. The
combination with an entirely
pinned or checkered horizontal
surface results in good anti-skid
protection. The UNION beam is
usually either welded through
universal mill plates or screwed by
means of an angle onto the sheet
pile. If the beam is also used as a
wale, such must be constructed
and dimensioned according to
EAU 2004.

Steel beams usually meet the


requirements and are characterised
by easy installation.
Welded design

Screwed design

Weight calculation:
(A+B-10) x C x Length x 0.785
Measures A and B depend from the steel pile wall profile and angle.
Thickness C: 8/10/12 mm
All designs can be delivered with or without slide protection.

38

4 Profiled capping plates for concrete


wall

ASF
Horizontal edge protection:

Vertical edge protection:

Smallest possible blade length 130/130


150/150 x 12 x 6000 mm
130/130 x 10 x 6000 mm

39

4 Upper and lower edge protection

ASF
Examples for installation:

40

4 Slide protection and profiled capping


plates for ladders

ASF
Slide protection:

Profiled capping plates for ladders for sheet pile wall:

Profiled capping plates for ladders for concrete wall:

41

5 Ancilliary equipment

ASF
Equipment for quay walls intended
for ship landing, include bollards,
ladders and stairways.

Single-bitt bollard

5.1 Bollards
Mooring facilities include singlebitt bollards, cross bollards, recess
bollards (reinforced concrete walls),
dolphins, chocks, pad eyes etc.
Their construction should allow
easy repair and replacement.
Single-bitt bollards on top of
the quay wall can be constructed as
either single or double bollards
according to the necessary bollard
forces. Their diameter must exceed
15cm. They are made of high-quality
cast iron or cast steel and fitted with
S355 J2G3 (St 52-3) anchorage parts.

Double-bitt bollard

They can either be structurally


attached to the beam, or behind
such, anchored in a concrete
foundation.
Depending
on
dimensioning, a rear anchorage may
be necessary. In order to prevent a
sheet pile overload due to extreme
rope stress, retractile anchors, which
are conform to nominal load, may be
considered.

42

5.1 Bollards

ASF

Apart from the top bollards, further


bollards must be installed in different
heights at the sheet pile, according to
local water level change.
Such
cross
bollards
are
perpendicularly superposed in the
sheet pile recess as well as positioned
on both sides of the respective ladder.
They can be fastened by welding or
through bolts. The front edge of the
replaceable bollard finger should be
located 5cm behind the quay front
edge.
Mooring facilities in dolphins
include capstans and lateral capstans.

Cross bollards for U- or Z-piles

Dolphin bollard

Lateral dolphin bollard

43

5.1 Bollards

ASF
Rectangular base bollard

Welded shear bollard

Inner harbour bollard

Sea harbour bollard

44

5.1 Inner harbour bollards

ASF
Inner harbour bollards

Cable pull

50 kN

100 kN

150 kN

200 kN

300 kN

140

140

140

140

140

710

710

710

710

710

415

415

415

415

415

300

300

300

300

300

260

260

260

260

260

40

40

40

40

55

340

340

340

340

340

Material grade

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GGG40

Specifications in mm

45

5.1 Sea harbour bollards

ASF
Sea harbour bollards

Cable pull

50 kN

100 kN

150 kN

200 kN

300 kN

500 kN

600 kN

700 kN

800 kN

1000 kN

1250 kN

1500 kN

2000 kN

230

290

330

340

380

415

450

450

480

480

545

590

640

730

400

490

590

600

640

700

820

820

730

900

1050

1100

1200

1250

400

490

590

600

640

700

900

900

900

900

1050

1100

1200

1250

310

370

410

450

500

520

560

560

650

650

800

850

900

950

190

250

280

290

325

355

380

380

420

420

465

520

580

660

80

100

110

120

125

140

130

130

165

165

250

260

290

300

60

80

90

95

115

120

120

120

150

150

160

180

220

230

200

245

295

300

320

350

490

490

450

450

525

550

600

625

320

400

500

500

510

580

650

650

730

730

850

870

950

1030

30

45

50

55

60

65

70

70

90

90

90

100

120

130

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

GG25

Material grade

Specifications in mm

46

2500 kN

5.1 Tee head bollards

ASF
Tee head bollards

Metrische t

10

15

20

30

50

60

75

100

125

150

Base

157

172

190

250

300

300

343

374

376

430

460

350

400

483

600

800

800

800

1000

1000

1080

1080

305

350

410

540

650

650

720

813

813

900

930

241

275

290

380

480

490

510

600

600

670

685

286

330

360

476

570

570

620

710

710

830

848

127

135

145

190

245

245

260

306

306

350

320

45

51

50

60

80

90

90

100

100

110

125

91

105

125

155

206

206

222

265

265

283

287

248

300

350

460

600

600

650

750

750

800

830

No

Dia

24

24

24

24

36

36

48

45

48

48

56

Bolts Grade 8.8


Specifications in mm

47

200

5.1 `y`Type pillar bollards

ASF
`y`Type pillar bollards

Metrische t

10

15

30

50

75

100

150

Base

SQR

SQR

RND

RND

RND

RND

RND

204

229

254

305

457

559

559

300

381

559

610

914

1067

1067

350

368

426

533

864

762

762

248

254

254

305

648

510

510

57

51

83

114

102

102

102

280

356

432

508

610

813

813

No

Dia

24

24

24

30

36

45

56

Bolts Grade 8.8


Specifications in mm

48

5.1 Twin horn bollards

ASF
Twin horn bollards

Metrische t

10

15

20

30

40

50/60

75

100

150

Base

SQR

SQR

127

178

178

203

254

305

317

355

356

432

432

57

127

152

203

254

305

298

355

356

432

432

48

108

118

140

152

152

178

191

202

254

254

152

362

401

476

533

617

597

743

774

851

857

19

57

64

70

76

127

83

95

114

114

120

305

349

400

483

610

610

762

851

965

1016

1016

152

305

349

406

572

610

660

724

831

914

914

76

102

133

165

267

305

279

305

356

381

381

222

382

420

407

508

610

559

761

762

838

838

76

115

127

165

184

210

229

241

242

278

278

No

Dia

20

24

24

24

24

36

30

36

48

48

56

Bolts Grade 8.8


Specifications in mm

49

200

5.1 Typical FEA screen dumps


Finer Element Analysis

ASF

Cutting edge Finer Element Analysis is utilised to support product designs as well as produce
bespoke solutions.
FEA example:

50

5.1 Anchorages/Breakaway anchorages


for edge bollards

ASF
en
Drag
draft
in
kN

Anchorages / Breakaway anchorages for edge bollards


Anchorage screws
D

Number

a
(mm)

lN
(mm)

Breakaway pins
lA
(mm)

lg
(mm)

b
(mm)

c
(mm)

e
(mm)

Sleeve
f
(mm)

g
(mm)

h
(mm)

Sleeve
Disk DIN
standard 126

Nut

Hole
Bollard plate
(mm)

Nut
Disk
Breakaway pin
Sleeve
Anchorage screw

Length of breakaway anchorage


Length of normal anchorage
50

M22

55

700

600

50

100

40

30

10

48

60

23

M22

27

100

M27

68

580

450

50

100

50

35

14

52

80

28

M27

33

150

83

650

470

60

140

50

35

17

57

100

34

40

200

98

700

515

65

150

60

35

20

60

120

40

45

300

120

820

625

75

170

60

40

25

75

150

54

56

500

150

930

685

85

210

75

50

31,5

85

170

62

72

600

160

1040

740

90

230

80

60

34

90

180

67

76

700

180

1100

740

90

250

85

65

37

100

200

74

85

800

160

1040

740

90

230

80

60

34

90

180

67

76

1000

180

1100

740

90

250

85

65

37

100

200

74

85

1250

190

1220

830

100

300

90

70

42

105

210

78

90

1500

208

1340

900

105

300

110

80

45,5

115

230

85

100

2000

225

1460

1000

110

320

110

80

49

120

240

93

105

2500

238

1680

1215

115

330

110

80

54

125

250

98

110

51

5.2 Ladders

ASF

52

5.2 Ladders

ASF
5.2 Ladders
Ladders mainly give access to
mooring
facilities,
also
in
emergencies. They must lead up to
1m below minimum low water level
and/or minimum low tide.
In order to facilitate easy
assembly and replacement, the
bottom mount fixture is an insertion
connection. At the ladder recess, the
beam is pulled back behind the
steps. Quays without flood danger
are furthermore equipped with
chocks with a diameter of 40mm,
which projects 30cm above the quay
top edge. They are situated 55cm
behind the shore line.

Quay ladder

Beam recess with chock

53

6 Examples for using plates for anchors


and waling bolts
Calculation according to EAU 1990

ASF

The following drawings and specification are just informative!

54

6 Swivel plates, swivel nuts

ASF
Swivel plates, swivel nuts
Nominal diameter
D in Inch

dp = nominal diameter + x
x = 3 mm 1
x = 4 mm 2
x = 5 mm 3
x = 6 mm 6

Swivel plates

b (mm)

100

100

120

130

150

160

180

200

210

230

250

270

280

290

300

310

320

h (mm)

100

100

100

120

120

160

160

160

180

180

180

220

230

240

260

280

290

t (mm)

35

35

35

45

45

50

50

50

70

70

70

80

90

90

90

100

110

s (mm)

14

14

14

18

18

22

22

22

28

28

28

28

28

28

28

28

28

kg 1)

3,1

4,0

6,1

7,1

11,1

12,6

14,5

21,2

23,7

26,4

39,8

48,6

53,2

59,6

70,5

85,3

Swivel nuts

D = Thread diameter

b (mm)

100

110

130

150

150

160

180

180

200

200

220

220

230

240

250

260

280

h (mm)

100

110

130

150

150

160

180

180

200

200

220

220

230

240

250

260

280

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

60

65

70

80

85

95

100

110

115

120

130

140

150

3,2

4,1

6,2

9,0

10,2

12,3

16,7

18,4

24,1

26,2

33,5

35,8

41,8

45,7

53,2

61,5

77,1

kg
Steel type: S 355

55

6 Cardan rocker plates

ASF
Cardan rocker plates
It is recommended to install Cardan rocker plates to avoid additional bending in the thread ends of the
anchors, which might appear at irregular construction of sheet pile walls and anchors.

Thread plates for


anchor made of
S 355 J2G3

Cardan rocker plates


External
diameter
D

Internal
diameter
d1 *)

Internal
diameter
d2

Edge
height
h2

Radius
R

Weight
approx.

25

90

36

40

35

24

17

1,2

100

30

2,2

32

90

43

47

35

24

17

1,1

100

35

2,6

38
45

90

48

52

35

24

17

1,0

100

40

2,8

90

57

61

35

24

17

0,9

100

50

3,3

50

130

66

71

50

33

25

3,2

140

55

7,6

58

130

73

78

50

33

25

2,9

140

65

8,7

63

130

80

85

50

33

25

2,6

140

70

9,1

70

130

86

91

50

33

25

2,3

140

75

9,3

75

170

94

100

60

38

30

5,7

180

80

17,6

83

170

103

109

60

38

30

5,0

180

90

19,1

90

180

111

118

65

42

32

6,0

190

100

23,4

95

185

117

124

70

46

35

7,0

200

105

27,2

100

195

124

132

75

50

37

8,5

210

110

31,3

Inch
1
1

2
2

3
3

Lenght
and
width

Total
height
h1

Anchor
diameter

mm

kg

*) Temporarily, d1 will be made equal to d2

56

Size
mm

Weight
kg

6 Front bearing plates / LARSSEN

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at LARSSEN piles
For horizontal anchors with nut
Nominal diameter D in inch

Valid for anchors in every channel of the pile


1

3
dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

LARSSEN 22
LARSSEN 22/10/10

LARSSEN 23

LARSSEN 24
LARSSEN 24/12

LARSSEN 600
LARSSEN 600 K

LARSSEN 601

LARSSEN 602

LARSSEN 603
LARSSEN 603 K
LARSSEN 603/10/10

LARSSEN 604

LARSSEN 605
LARSSEN 605 K

LARSSEN 606
LARSSEN 606/10/10

LARSSEN 607
LARSSEN 607 K

LARSSEN 703
LARSSEN 703 K
LARSSEN 703/10/10

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

200

210

210

210

210

220

230

260

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

65

kg

10,6

12,6

14,77

16,12

17,52

18,69

19,39

21,47

24,17

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

210

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

kg

11,73

13,91

16,29

17,81

20,32

21,75

21,47

22,64

23,83

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

210

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

kg

11,73

13,91

16,29

17,81

20,32

21,75

21,47

22,64

23,83

b (mm)

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

h (mm)

280

290

300

300

300

300

310

320

330

t (mm)

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

75

80

kg

28,6

33,14

37,96

45,21

44,97

48,25

53,45

58,51

63,84

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

200

210

210

210

210

260

310

360

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

kg

10,6

12,6

14,77

16,12

17,52

18,69

23,35

27,73

32,2

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

200

210

210

210

210

220

250

290

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

kg

10,6

12,6

14,77

16,12

17,52

18,69

19,39

21,8

25,27

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

260

280

280

280

280

290

290

300

t (mm)

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

75

80

kg

23,92

27,81

33,17

39,46

39,22

42,04

46,64

49,27

53,86

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

260

280

280

280

280

290

290

300

t (mm)

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

75

80

kg

23,92

27,81

33,17

39,46

39,22

42,04

46,64

49,27

53,86

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

230

250

260

270

270

280

280

280

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

kg

18,93

22,08

26,58

30,13

33,95

33,53

37,44

39,66

41,9

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

230

250

260

270

270

280

280

280

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

kg

18,93

22,08

26,58

30,13

33,95

33,53

37,44

39,66

41,9

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

230

250

260

270

270

280

280

280

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

kg

18,93

22,08

26,58

30,13

33,95

33,53

37,44

39,66

41,9

b (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

h (mm)

190

200

210

220

230

240

250

250

290

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

70

kg

14,5

17,0

19,71

22,44

25,42

26,18

29,33

30,93

35,86

Anchor, bearing plate: S 355 J2G3

57

6 Front bearing plates / LARSSEN

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at LARSSEN piles
For horizontal anchors with nut Valid for anchors in every second, third or fourth channel of the pile
Nominal diameter D
in Inch
Inclination mm

80

80

80

80

100

100

100

120

120

120

140

140

4
140

4
160

5
160

5
160

5
160

5
180

6
180

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

LARSSEN
22
LARSSEN
22/10/10

LARSSEN
23

LARSSEN
24
LARSSEN
24/12

LARSSEN
25

LARSSEN
600
LARSSEN
600 K

LARSSEN
601

LARSSEN
602
LARSSEN
603
LARSSEN
603 K
LARSSEN
603/10/10
LARSSEN
604

LARSSEN
605
LARSSEN
605 K
LARSSEN
606
LARSSEN
606 K
LARSSEN
607
LARSSEN
607 K

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

190

190

200

210

210

210

210

210

210

220

230

260

260

280

300

340

370

420

t (mm)

45

40

40

40

45

45

50

55

60

60

60

65

65

65

65

65

65

65

65

kg

13,63

11,94

11,81

12,24

14,33

14,02

15,34

16,35

17,35

17,00

17,60

19,25

21,99

21,50

23,13

24,73

27,89

30,51

35,52

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

200

200

210

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

250

270

300

330

360

t (mm)

45

40

40

40

45

45

50

55

60

60

60

65

70

70

70

70

70

70

70

kg

15,08

13,22

13,10

13,56

15,85

15,54

17,02

19,16

20,42

20,06

19,68

20,43

21,49

20,95

22,82

24,66

27,07

30,06

33,02

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

200

200

210

220

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

250

270

300

330

360

t (mm)

45

40

40

40

45

45

50

55

60

60

60

65

70

70

70

70

70

70

70

kg

15,08

13,22

13,10

13,56

15,85

15,54

17,02

19,16

20,42

20,06

19,68

20,43

21,49

20,95

22,82

24,66

27,07

30,05

33,02

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

200

200

210

220

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

240

260

290

310

t (mm)

45

40

40

40

45

45

50

55

60

60

60

65

70

70

70

70

70

70

70

kg

15,08

13,22

13,10

13,56

15,85

15,54

17,02

19,16

20,42

20,06

19,68

20,43

21,49

20,95

22,40

21,03

22,23

25,22

26,97

b (mm)

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

h (mm)

280

280

280

290

300

300

300

300

300

300

t (mm)

45

40

40

45

50

50

60

60

65

65

kg

32,17

28,42

28,29

32,74

37,47

37,12

44,26

43,70

46,82

46,43

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

190

190

200

210

210

210

210

210

210

t (mm)

45

40

40

40

45

45

50

55

60

60

kg

13,63

11,94

11,81

12,24

14,33

14,02

15,34

16,35

17,36

17,00

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

190

190

200

210

210

210

210

210

210

220

250

290

t (mm)

45

40

40

40

45

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

60

kg

13,63

11,94

11,81

12,24

14,33

14,02

15,34

16,35

17,36

17,00

17,60

19,75

23,27

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

250

250

260

280

280

280

280

280

280

290

290

300

300

300

330

370

400

440

t (mm)

45

40

40

45

50

50

60

60

65

65

70

75

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

kg

26,91

23,74

23,62

27,41

32,69

32,33

38,52

37,95

40,60

40,20

44,55

46,71

51,18

50,57

49,94

55,12

61,52

66,63

73,66

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

250

250

260

280

280

280

280

280

280

290

290

300

300

300

300

340

370

400

t (mm)

45

40

40

45

50

50

60

60

65

65

70

75

80

80

80

80

80

80

80

kg

26,91

23,74

23,62

27,41

32,69

32,33

38,52

37,95

40,60

40,20

44,55

46,71

51,18

50,57

49,94

49,28

55,68

60,79

65,87

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

220

220

230

250

250

260

270

270

270

280

280

280

280

280

300

340

370

400

t (mm)

45

40

40

45

50

50

55

60

60

60

65

70

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

kg

21,29

18,75

18,62

21,68

26,09

25,74

29,26

32,68

32,20

31,83

35,50

37,27

39,39

38,82

38,22

40,90

46,19

50,45

54,69

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

220

220

230

250

250

260

270

270

270

280

280

280

280

280

300

330

360

390

t (mm)

45

40

40

45

50

50

55

60

60

60

65

70

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

kg

21,29

18,75

18,62

21,68

26,09

25,74

29,26

32,68

32,20

31,83

35,50

37,27

39,39

38,82

38,22

40,90

44,54

48,80

53,04

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

220

220

230

250

250

260

270

270

270

280

280

280

280

280

280

310

340

370

t (mm)

45

40

40

45

50

50

55

60

60

60

65

70

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

kg

21,29

18,75

18,62

21,68

26,09

25,74

29,26

32,68

32,20

31,83

35,50

37,27

39,39

38,82

38,22

37,61

41,25

45,51

49,74

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

190

190

190

200

210

210

220

230

240

240

250

250

290

290

310

340

380

410

450

45

40

40

45

50

50

55

60

60

60

65

70

70

70

70

70

70

70

70

16,31

14,32

14,20

16,60

19,22

18,87

21,58

24,15

24,85

24,49

27,39

28,54

33,52

32,99

35,18

38,73

43,00

46,48

51,32

LARSSEN
b (mm)
703
h (mm)
LARSSEN
t (mm)
703 K
LARSSEN
kg
703/10/10
Steel type: S 355 J2G3

58

6 Front bearing plates / LARSSEN

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at LARSSEN piles
For inclined anchors with joint disk / trolley roller
Nominal diameter D in Inch

Valid for anchors in every channel of the pile


2

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

LARSSEN 22
LARSSEN 22/10/10

LARSSEN 23

LARSSEN 24
LARSSEN 24/12

LARSSEN 25

LARSSEN 600
LARSSEN 600 K

LARSSEN 601

LARSSEN 602

LARSSEN 603
LARSSEN 603 K
LARSSEN 603/10/10

LARSSEN 604

LARSSEN 605
LARSSEN 605 K

LARSSEN 606
LARSSEN 606 K

LARSSEN 607
LARSSEN 607 K

LARSSEN 703
LARSSEN 703 K
LARSSEN 703/10/10

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

150

180

180

180

180

190

200

220

260

t (mm)

35

35

40

45

45

45

50

50

50

kg

8,29

9,87

11,15

12,29

12,11

12,53

14,51

15,69

18,59

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

160

190

190

200

200

200

200

220

230

t (mm)

35

35

40

40

45

45

50

50

55

kg

9,31

10,97

12,41

12,87

14,30

13,98

15,30

16,56

18,72

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

160

190

190

200

200

200

200

220

t (mm)

35

35

40

40

45

45

50

230
5055

kg

9,31

10,97

12,41

12,87

14,30

13,98

15,30

50
16,56

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

160

190

190

200

200

200

200

220

220

t (mm)

35

35

40

40

45

45

50

50

55

kg

9,31

10,97

12,41

12,87

14,30

13,98

15,30

16,56

17,77

b (mm)

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

h (mm)

230

250

250

250

250

270

270

300

300

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

65

kg

23,42

28,48

31,48

34,32

37,20

39,89

39,60

43,70

46,82

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

150

180

180

180

180

220

260

310

360

t (mm)

35

35

40

45

45

45

45

45

45

kg

8,29

9,87

11,15

12,29

12,11

14,76

17,51

20,80

24,15

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

150

180

180

180

180

220

260

310

360

t (mm)

35

35

40

45

45

45

45

45

45

kg

8,29

9,87

11,15

12,29

12,11

12,53

15,34

18,16

21,06

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

210

220

220

220

230

250

250

270

280

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

65

kg

20,03

34,43

25,87

28,14

31,92

34,42

34,13

36,49

39,01

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

210

220

220

220

230

250

250

270

270

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

65

kg

20,03

34,43

25,87

28,14

31,92

34,42

34,13

36,49

39,01

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

180

190

190

190

220

230

230

250

260

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

55

55

60

60

60

kg

15,41

18,13

19,98

21,67

25,07

25,90

27,96

30,04

30,88

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

180

190

190

190

220

230

230

250

250

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

55

55

60

60

60

kg

15,41

18,13

19,98

21,67

25,07

25,90

27,96

30,04

29,56

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

180

190

190

190

220

230

230

250

250

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

55

55

60

60

60

kg

15,41

18,13

19,98

21,67

25,07

25,90

27,96

30,04

29,56

b (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

h (mm)

150

190

190

190

190

190

210

250

290

t (mm)

40

40

45

50

55

55

55

55

55

kg

11,36

14,32

15,97

17,46

18,99

18,60

20,50

24,30

28,18

Anchor, Bearing plates: S 355 J2G3

59

18,72

6 Front bearing plates / LARSSEN

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at LARSSEN piles
For anchors inclined less than 5 with joint disk / trolley roller

Valid for anchors in every second, third or fourth channel of the pile

Nominal diameter D in Inch

Inclination

100

100

120

120

120

140

140

140

160

160

160

180

180

180

200

mm

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

LARSSEN 22
LARSSEN
22/10/10

LARSSEN 23

LARSSEN 24
LARSSEN
24/12

LARSSEN 25

LARSSEN
600
LARSSEN
600 K

LARSSEN
601

LARSSEN
602
LARSSEN
603
LARSSEN
603 K
LARSSEN
603 K/10/10
LARSSEN
604

LARSSEN
605
LARSSEN
605 K
LARSSEN
606
LARSSEN
606 K
LARSSEN
607
LARSSEN
607 K

b (mm)

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

250

280

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

70

80

85

95

105

115

130

kg

7,28

8,60

11,24

12,62

14,01

17,11

18,55

19,68

25,04

26,13

29,34

35,07

38,00

42,91

54,82

b (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

240

260

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

70

75

80

90

100

115

125

kg

7,59

8,98

11,73

13,18

14,65

17,89

19,42

20,62

26,25

27,66

29,00

34,92

38,07

42,91

50,56

b (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

240

280

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

70

75

80

90

100

115

125

kg

7,59

8,98

11,73

13,18

14,65

17,89

19,42

20,62

26,25

27,66

29,00

34,92

38,07

42,91

50,56

b (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

240

260

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

70

80

85

95

105

115

125

kg

7,59

8,98

11,73

13,18

14,65

17,89

19,42

20,62

26,25

27,66

29,00

34,92

38,07

42,91

50,56

b (mm)

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

t (mm)

25

30

35

35

40

45

50

60

60

65

kg

10,10

11,99

15,69

15,49

17,54

21,75

23,93

28,16

30,79

32,96

b (mm)

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

70

80

kg

7,28

8,60

11,24

12,62

14,01

17,11

18,55

19,68

25,04

28,13

b (mm)

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

250

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

70

80

85

95

105

kg

7,28

8,60

11,24

12,62

14,01

17,11

18,56

19,68

25,04

28,13

29,34

35,07

39,98

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

270

300

t (mm)

25

30

35

35

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

80

85

90

kg

9,47

11,24

14,70

14,50

16,41

20,34

22,36

26,27

28,71

30,71

32,63

40,09

41,97

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

250

280
100

t (mm)

25

kg

9,47

30

50,32

100
62,42

35

35

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

80

85

90

11,24

14,70

14,50

16,41

20,34

22,36

26,27

28,71

30,71

32,63

40,09

41,97

45,94

57,56

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

250

280

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

70

75

85

90

100

110

kg

8,53

10,11

13,22

14,88

16,56

20,25

22,01

23,45

25,60

29,45

31,07

37,79

39,35

45,16

56,06

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

240

270

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

70

75

85

90

100

110

kg

8,53

10,11

13,22

14,88

16,56

20,25

22,01

23,45

25,60

29,45

31,07

37,79

39,35

42,96

53,64

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

240

240

260

t (mm)

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

70

75

85

90

100

110

kg

8,53

10,11

13,22

14,88

16,56

20,25

22,01

23,45

25,60

29,45

31,07

37,79

39,35

42,96

51,22

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

160

160

180

180

180

200

200

200

220

220

220

240

250

280

310

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

70

75

80

90

100

115

125

7,59

8,98

11,73

13,18

14,65

17,89

19,42

20,62

26,25

27,66

29,00

34,92

40,04

51,94

62,82

LARSSEN
b (mm)
703
h (mm)
LARSSEN
t (mm)
703 K
LARSSEN
kg
703 K/10/10
Steel type: S 355 J2G3

60

6 Front bearing plates / HOESCH

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at HOESCH piles
For horizontal anchors with nut
Nominal diameter D in inch

Valid for anchors in every channel of the pile


1

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

HOESCH
1205

HOESCH
1705
HOESCH
1705K

HOESCH
2505
HOESCH
2505K

HOESCH
3600

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

260

270

280

340

t (mm)

35

40

45

55

60

60

60

65

65

kg

27,21

30,02

32,85

38,44

41,12

42,41

43,84

48,15

58,63

b (mm)

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

h (mm)

230

230

250

250

250

250

270

270

320

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

70

kg

28,47

31,11

36,78

39,52

42,30

41,88

48,30

50,84

60,33

b (mm)

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

h (mm)

270

270

270

280

280

280

300

320

320

t (mm)

45

50

60

60

70

75

80

85

85

kg

48,28

52,67

61,66

63,64

72,79

76,97

87,28

97,84

97,16

b (mm)

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

h (mm)

250

250

250

270

270

270

280

310

310

t (mm)

45

50

60

60

70

75

80

85

85

kg

43,79

47,73

55,83

60,04

68,64

72,54

79,49

92,58

91,90

Anchor, bearing plates: S 355 J2G3

61

6 Front bearing plates / HOESCH

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at HOESCH piles
For horizontal anchors with nut Valid for anchors in every second, third or fourth channel of the pile
Nominal diameter D
in inch

Inclination

80

80

2
80

2
80

2
100

2
100

3
100

3
120

120

120

4
140

4
140

4
140

4
160

5
160

5
160

5
160

180

180

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

HOESCH
1205

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
1705
HOESCH
1705K

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
2505
HOESCH
2505K

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
3600

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

250

250

250

250

250

260

270

270

270

270

270

270

280

320

370

420

470

35

40

45

55

60

60

60

65

70

75

80

85

85

85

85

85

85

27,21

30,02

32,85

38,44

41,12

42,41

43,84

46,32

48,80

51,34

53,80

55,58

57,28

65,91

76,83

87,73

97,85

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

230

230

250

250

250

250

270

270

270

270

270

270

270

300

350

390

440

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

80

85

85

85

85

85

85

85

28,47

31,11

36,78

39,52

42,30

41,88

48,30

50,84

53,39

56,01

58,54

57,38

58,76

63,27

74,53

83,38

93,83

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

270

270

270

280

280

280

300

320

320

330

330

340

350

360

360

370

370

390

420

45

50

60

60

70

75

80

85

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

115

120

120

120

48,28

52,67

61,66

63,64

72,79

76,97

87,28

97,84

97,16

117,68

126,25

135,05

139,87

143,15

146,88

154,57

166,63

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

250

250

250

270

270

270

280

310

310

320

320

330

340

350

350

360

360

370

380

45

50

60

60

70

75

80

85

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

115

120

125

125

43,79

47,73

55,83

60,04

68,64

72,54

79,49

92,58

91,90

99,59

105,21

Steel type: S 355 J2G3

62

109,99

104,07

111,38

119,57

127,98

132,49

135,67

139,09

147,84

151,13

6 Front bearing plates / HOESCH

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at HOESCH piles
For inclined anchors with joint disk / trolley roller
Nominal diameter D in inch

Valid for anchors in every channel of the pile


2

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

HOESCH 1205

HOESCH 1705
HOESCH 1705K

HOESCH 2505
HOESCH 2505K

HOESCH 3600

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

250

250

250

260

260

260

280

340

t (mm)

30

35

40

45

45

50

50

50

50

kg

24,22

27,06

29,90

32,59

33,76

36,43

36,19

38,66

47,07

b (mm)

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

h (mm)

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

260

320

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

50

55

55

55

55

kg

25,64

28,30

30,97

33,48

33,28

35,65

35,38

39,77

49,12

b (mm)

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

h (mm)

270

270

270

270

270

280

300

300

310

t (mm)

40

45

55

60

60

65

65

70

75

kg

43,67

48,08

57,09

61,32

61,08

67,64

72,32

76,65

83,83

b (mm)

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

h (mm)

260

260

260

260

260

270

290

290

290

t (mm)

40

45

55

60

60

65

65

70

kg

41,22

45,36

53,81

57,77

57,53

63,77

Anchor, bearing plates: S 355 J2G3

63

68,35

72,39

75
76,44

6 Front bearing plates / HOESCH

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at HOESCH piles
For anchonrs inclined less than 5 with joint disk / trolley roller
Nominal diameter D
in inch
Inclination

100

100

2
120

2
120

2
120

2
140

Valid for anchor in every second, third or fourth channel of the pile
3
140

3
140

160

160

4
160

4
180

4
180

4
180

5
200

5
200

5
200

5
220

6
220

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

HOESCH
1205

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
1705
HOESCH
1705K

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
2505
HOESCH
2505K

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
3600

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

250

250

250

250

260

260

260

260

260

270

280

280

290

320

370

420

470

35

40

45

50

50

55

55

60

60

65

65

70

70

70

70

70

70

27,21

30,02

32,85

35,51

36,78

39,42

39,16

41,56

41,08

45,40

46,82

48,92

50,37

55,70

64,92

41,11

82,67

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

240

250

250

260

270

280

300

350

390

440

40

45

50

55

55

60

60

65

65

70

70

75

75

75

75

75

75

28,47

31,11

33,77

36,25

36,03

38,36

38,08

42,04

43,41

45,84

47,40

51,43

53,02

58,71

66,80

74,72

84,09

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

270

270

270

270

270

280

300

300

310

320

330

340

350

350

360

370

370

390

420

45

50

60

65

70

75

75

80

85

90

90

95

95

100

100

100

100

105

105

48,28

52,67

61,66

65,86

70,13

76,97

82,29

86,53

93,97

101,85

104,64

112,22

115,06

119,89

122,81

125,69

123,95

136,48

147,12

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

260

260

260

260

260

270

290

290

290

310

320

320

330

330

340

350

360

370

380

45

50

60

65

70

75

75

80

85

90

90

95

95

100

100

100

100

105

45,56

49,67

58,11

62,04

66,03

72,54

77,74

81,69

85,66

96,30

Anchor, bearing plate: S 355 J2G3

64

99,02

102,77

105,54

109,89

112,73

115,53

117,42

125,67

105
128,47

6 Bearing plates / LARSSEN


+ HOESCH

ASF
Bearing plates for anchors directly at waling
For horizontal anchors with nut for LARSSEN and HOESCH planks
Nominal
diameter
D in Zoll

Inclination *
80 mm
h = 140
Inclination *
100 mm
h = 160
Inclination *
120 mm
h = 180
Inclination *
140 mm
h = 200
Inclination *
160 mm
h = 220
Inclination *
180 mm
h = 240

b
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

100

120

120

120

45

40

40

40

4,48

4,68

4,56

4,33

b
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg
b
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

Valid for anchors in any anchor distance


4

290

300

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

Inclination

Also valid for bearing plates at belt behind anchor boards

150

150

45

45

160
45

7,23

6,92

7,27
180
55
11,30

190
50
10,58

b
(mm)
t
(mm)

190
50
10,28
220
60

kg

14,38

b
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

220
55
14,43

220
55
14,90
250

260

260

65

60

60

21,70

b
(mm)
t
(mm)

20,59

20,10

270
55
18,42

65

kg

26,38

* S min = Nominal diameter + 2 x 10 mm


Anchor, bearing plates: S 355 J2G3

65

65
26,99

6 Front bearing plates / HOESCH

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at HOESCH piles
For anchonrs inclined less than 5 with joint disk / trolley roller
Nominal diameter D
in inch
Inclination

100

100

2
120

2
120

2
120

2
140

Valid for anchor in every second, third or fourth channel of the pile
3
140

3
140

160

160

4
160

4
180

4
180

4
180

5
200

5
200

5
200

5
220

6
220

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

HOESCH
1205

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
1705
HOESCH
1705K

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
2505
HOESCH
2505K

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

HOESCH
3600

b
(mm)
h
(mm)
t
(mm)
kg

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

250

250

250

250

260

260

260

260

260

270

280

280

290

320

370

420

470

35

40

45

50

50

55

55

60

60

65

65

70

70

70

70

70

70

27,21

30,02

32,85

35,51

36,78

39,42

39,16

41,56

41,08

45,40

46,82

48,92

50,37

55,70

64,92

41,11

82,67

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

230

230

230

230

230

230

230

240

250

250

260

270

280

300

350

390

440

40

45

50

55

55

60

60

65

65

70

70

75

75

75

75

75

75

28,47

31,11

33,77

36,25

36,03

38,36

38,08

42,04

43,41

45,84

47,40

51,43

53,02

58,71

66,80

74,72

84,09

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

270

270

270

270

270

280

300

300

310

320

330

340

350

350

360

370

370

390

420

45

50

60

65

70

75

75

80

85

90

90

95

95

100

100

100

100

105

105

48,28

52,67

61,66

65,86

70,13

76,97

82,29

86,53

93,97

101,85

104,64

112,22

115,06

119,89

122,81

125,69

123,95

136,48

147,12

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

260

260

260

260

260

270

290

290

290

310

320

320

330

330

340

350

360

370

380

45

50

60

65

70

75

75

80

85

90

90

95

95

100

100

100

100

105

45,56

49,67

58,11

62,04

66,03

72,54

77,74

81,69

85,66

96,30

Anchor, bearing plate: S 355 J2G3

66

99,02

102,77

105,54

109,89

112,73

115,53

117,42

125,67

105
128,47

6 Front bearing plates / LARSSEN

ASF
Front bearing plates for anchors at LARSSEN piles
For horizontal anchors with nut
Nominal diameter D in inch

Valid for anchors in every channel of the pile


1

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

LARSSEN 22
LARSSEN 22/10/10

LARSSEN 23

LARSSEN 24
LARSSEN 24/12

LARSSEN 25

LARSSEN 600
LARSSEN 600 K

LARSSEN 601

LARSSEN 602

LARSSEN 603
LARSSEN 603 K
LARSSEN 603/10/10

LARSSEN 604

LARSSEN 605
LARSSEN 605 K

LARSSEN 606
LARSSEN 606/10/10

LARSSEN 607
LARSSEN 607 K

LARSSEN 703
LARSSEN 703 K
LARSSEN 703/10/10

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

200

210

210

210

210

220

230

260

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

65

kg

10,60

12,60

14,77

16,12

17,52

18,69

19,39

21,47

24,17

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

210

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

kg

11,73

13,91

16,29

17,81

20,32

21,75

21,47

22,64

23,83

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

210

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

kg

11,73

13,91

16,29

17,81

20,32

21,75

21,47

22,64

23,83

b (mm)

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

220

h (mm)

200

210

220

220

230

230

230

230

230

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

kg

11,73

13,91

16,29

17,81

20,32

21,75

21,47

22,64

23,83

b (mm)

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

330

h (mm)

280

290

300

300

300

300

310

320

330

t (mm)

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

75

80

kg

28,60

33,14

37,96

45,21

44,97

48,25

53,45

58,51

63,84

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

200

210

210

210

210

220

260

360

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

kg

10,60

12,60

14,77

16,12

17,52

18,69

23,35

27,73

32,20

b (mm)

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

h (mm)

190

200

210

210

210

210

220

250

290

t (mm)

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

60

60

kg

10,60

12,60

14,77

16,12

17,52

18,69

19,39

21,80

25,27

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

260

280

280

280

280

290

290

300

t (mm)

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

75

80

kg

23,92

27,81

33,17

39,46

39,22

42,04

46,64

49,27

53,86

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

260

280

280

280

280

290

290

300

t (mm)

40

45

50

60

60

65

70

75

80

kg

23,92

27,81

33,17

39,46

39,22

42,04

46,64

49,27

53,86

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

230

250

260

270

270

280

280

280

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

kg

18,93

22,08

26,58

30,13

33,95

33,53

37,44

39,66

41,90

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

230

250

260

270

270

280

280

280

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

kg

18,93

22,08

26,58

30,13

33,95

33,53

37,44

39,66

41,90

b (mm)

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

280

h (mm)

220

230

250

260

270

270

280

280

280

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

kg

18,93

22,08

26,58

30,13

33,95

33,53

37,44

39,66

41,90

b (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

250

h (mm)

190

200

210

220

230

240

250

250

290

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

70

kg

14,50

17,00

19,71

22,44

25,42

26,18

29,33

30,93

35,86

Belt pins, Bearing plates: S 355 J2G3

67

6 Front bearing plates / HOESCH

ASF
Front bearing plates for belt pins at HOESCH profiles
Nominal diameter
D in inch

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

HOESCH 1205

HOESCH 1705/
HOESCH 1705 K

HOESCH 2505/
HOESCH 2505 K

HOESCH 3600

b (mm)

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

310

h (mm)

250

250

250

250

250

260

270

280

340

t (mm)

35

40

45

55

60

60

60

65

65

kg

27,21

30,02

32,85

38,44

41,12

42,41

43,84

48,15

58,63

b (mm)

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

320

h (mm)

230

230

250

250

250

250

270

270

320

t (mm)

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

70

kg

28,47

31,11

36,78

39,52

42,30

41,88

48,30

50,84

60,33

b (mm)

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

440

h (mm)

270

270

270

280

280

280

300

320

320

t (mm)

45

50

60

60

70

75

80

85

85

kg

48,28

52,67

61,66

63,64

72,79

76,97

87,28

97,84

97,16

b (mm)

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

430

h (mm)

250

250

250

270

270

270

280

310

310

t (mm)

45

50

60

60

70

75

80

85

85

kg

43,79

47,73

55,83

60,04

68,64

72,54

79,49

92,58

91,90

Belt pins, bearing plates: S 355 J2G3

68

6 Rear bearing plates / LARSSEN


+ HOESCH

ASF

Rear bearing plates for belt pins at LARSSEN and HOESCH profiles
Nominal diameter D in
inch

dp = Nominal diameter + x
X = 3 mm 1
X = 4 mm 2
X = 5 mm 3
X = 6 mm 6

Inclination *
80 mm
h = 140
Inclination *

1)
100

120

120

120

t (mm)

45

40

40

40

kg

4,48

4,68

4,56

4,33

b (mm)

b (mm)

1202)3)

1301)2)

1301)

140

150

150

100 mm

t (mm)

55

55

50

50

45

45

45

h = 160

kg

7,72

8,17

7,27

7,61

7,23

6,92

7,27

b (mm)

140

1402)

1501)

1601)

170

170

180

120 mm

t (mm)

65

65

60

60

55

55

55

50

h = 180

kg

11,90

11,69

11,30

11,90

11,30

11,04

11,30

10,58

3)
150

1602)3)

200

Inclination *

Inclination *

b (mm)

160

190

170

180

180

200

140 mm

t (mm)

75

75

70

65

65

65

60

h = 200

kg

16,31

17,06

16,75

16,11

15,80

17,24

15,43

1803)

1902)3)

1902)

2102)

2101)

Inclination *

b (mm)

160 mm

t (mm)

80

80

80

75

70

h = 220

kg

22,65

23,48

23,09

23,54

21,41

Inclination *

2003)

b (mm)

2202)

180 mm

t (mm)

90

85

h = 240

kg

30,36

30,40

* S min = D + 2 x 10 mm; D = Nominal anchor diameter


1)
Required inclination if anchor distance is twice the double plank width
2)
Required inclination if anchor distance is three times the double plank width
1)
Required inclination if anchor distance is four times the double plank width
Belt pins, bearing plates: S 355 J2G3

69

6 Plates on concrete

ASF
Plates on concrete
Nominal diameter
D in inch

Plate
S355J2G3
(with nut)

Platte
S235JR
(with nut)
Platte
S355J2G3
(with swivel
plate)

150

200

200

250

250

300

300

350

350

400

450

450

450

500

500

500

550

550

600

20

25

30

35

35

40

45

45

50

55

60

65

65

65

70

75

75

80

85

41

48

53

60

67

74

80

87

95

100

105

115

120

125

130

135

145

150

160

kg

3,3

7,5

8,9

16,4

16,2

26,9

30

41,2

45,3

65,7

91,3

98

97,6

130,6

139,4

138,8

179,6

190,1

240,1

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

100

105

41

48

53

60

67

74

80

87

95

100

105

115

120

125

130

135

145

150

160

kg

4,2

10,4

18,7

20,8

33,6

36,7

54,9

54,4

77,6

106,5

113,1

120,1

158,6

167,2

175,8

224,5

223,6

280,2
110

30

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

70

75

85

85

95

100

100

105

45

55

60

70

75

85

90

95

105

110

115

125

130

135

140

145

155

160

165

kg

4,9

8,9

10,2

18,4

20,5

33,1

36,1

54,4

58,1

82,7

105,6

112,0

126,3

157,3

175,0

183,3

222,7

232,8

292,4

70

6 T-connections

ASF
T-connections
Tie-rod
dimension
D

Zoll

320

1 (acco
rdin
or PSP g to pipe
-profile
)

b1 (mm)

90

100

105

115

125

140

145

165

180

200

220

240

260

260

280

280

300

t1 (mm)

20

20

25

25

30

30

35

35

40

40

40

40

40

45

45

50

50

50

l2 (mm)

300

300

320

300

340

400

420

470

470

500

520

540

570

600

660

720

800

880

b2 (mm)

100

110

120

125

150

150

160

160

160

180

180

200

220

250

260

280

280

300

t2 (mm)

15

15

15

15

20

20

25

25

25

30

30

30

30

35

35

35

40

40

d (mm)

40

50

52

59

65

73

78

83

88

93

98

103

113

118

123

128

133

143

10

10

10

10

12

12

12

12

12

12

15

15

15

40

50

55

60

68

73

80

88

93

100

123

130

140

153

155

163

165

175

71

6 Example: Anchorage dimensioning


according to EAU 1990

In order to construct a quay wall


as single anchored wall, the static
calculations reveal an anchor force of
(Ah) of 192 kN per running wall
metre (Loading scheme 2 of the EAU
1990).
The chosen element is the
LARSSEN section 23 with an anchor
distance (a) of 3.0m (behind every third
double pile).

ASF

The anchor length depends on


the soil conditions and results from
the low skidding joint analysis.

According to E 30, the allowed


tension represents 75% of the
figures according to loading case 2 of
the E 20, therefore 1.15 x 0.75 x
Waling bolt:
140kN/cm2
Given an anchor pull Ah of 192 kN/m
= 121MN/m2
wall, the pull is (with a bolt distance of
Stress analysis:
1.0m per double pile)
P = 192 kN/m x 1.0m
= 192 kN

The type of anchorage is a tie-rod.


Note:
The dimensioning of sheet pile
constructions in hydraulic engineering
is still usually carried out according to
compliance with EAU 1990. In this
case, E 20 applies.
Anchor rod:
The anchor pull ZTie-rod is
calculated by means of the above
figures:
ZTie-rod = 192kN/m x 3,00m
= 576kN/m
An upset tie-rod with a diameter
of 31/4/65 of the steel type S 355
J2G3 (St 52-3] is used, see also
paragraph 2.1.1.
2

Core section FCore = 41.3cm


(dCore = 7,25cm)
(dCore = 6.5cm)
Stress analysis:
576.0 x 10
41.3
= 139 MN/m2<150MN/m2
Core

FCore = 14.9 cm2


Stress analysis:
= 192 x 10
14.9
= 129MN/m 2
< 150MN/m 2
Core

Main wall waling:


Used as continuous beam, the
max. moment from horizontal load
is

576.0

172.8

x 103
1468

= 118MN/m2
<121MN/m2
In case of lower wale positioning
and major tie-rod vertical loads, a
further analysis will be necessary.
Waling of the anchor wall:
In case of a continuous anchor
wall, the dimension of the waling is
equal to the one of the main wall. If
anchor walls consist of triple
LARSSEN 22 piles, the max. moment
from the horizontal load with a regular
size of 1.5 m is
MWale

576.0

x
6

1.5

= 144.0 kNm

MWale = 192 x 3 0
10
= 172.8 kNm
The waling should be located
near the sheet pile head; vertical
loads on the waling are considered
to be minor.

x 10
33.2
= 173 MN/m2< 210 MN/m2
Shank

A waling bolt with a diameter


of 2", steel type S 355 J2G3 (St 52-3),
is used

exis

A Waling from ][ 350, steel type


S 235 JR (St 37-2) is used with a
moment
of
inertia
of
Wy = 2 x 734cm3 = 1468 cm3

72

A waling made from ][ 280, steel


type S 235 JR (St 37-2) is used,
W y = 2x448cm 3 = 896cm 3 .
Anchor walls are usually subject
to the allowed normal stress.
Stress analysis:
Sexis = 1440 x 103
896
= 161 MN/m2
< 1.15x140 MN/m2 = 161 MN/m2

6 Anchorage dimensioning according


to EAU 1990

ASF

Anchorage dimensioning according to EAU 1990

Anchor

2G3

Waling bolt

2G3

73

6 Example: Anchorage dimensioning


according to EAU 2004

In order to construct a quay wall


as single anchored wall, the static
calculations reveal an anchor force of
Ah of 220 kN per running wall
metre (according to EAU 2004).

The chosen element is the


LARSSEN section 605 with an anchor
distance (a) of 3.60m (behind every third
double pile).
The type of anchorage is a tie-rod.
Note:
The dimensioning of sheet pile
constructions in hydraulic engineering
is carried out according to the global
Teil-safety standard in
compliance with EAU 2004. In this
case, chapter 8.2 E 20 applies.
Anchor rod:
The anchor pull ZdTie-rod is
calculated by means of the above
figures:

ASF

According to DIN 18800, the


The anchor length depends on
allowed
moment is to attenuate
the soil conditions and results from
(according to EAU 2004).
the low skidding joint analysis.
Waling bolt:
Given an anchor pull Ah of 220 kN/m Mdbelt = 240 / 1,1 x 2040/1,15 = 387 KNm
wall, the pull is (with a bolt distance of Stress analysis:
1.2m per double pile)
MWale = 314
MdWale = 387 kNm

Zdpin = 220 kN/m x 1,2 m


= 264 kN

A waling bolt with a diameter


of 2", steel type S 355 J2G3 (St 52-3),
is used
ACore = 14.9 cm2
Stress analysis:

F*H,Rd = 0,55 x 14,9 x 48,0 / 1,25 = 315 kN


Zdpin = 260 Rd = 315

In case of lower wale positioning


and major tie-rod vertical loads, a
further analysis will be necessary.
EAU 2004, E30
Waling of the anchor wall:
In case of a continuous anchor
wall, the dimension of the waling is
equal to the one of the main wall. If
anchor walls consist of triple
LARSSEN 602 piles, the max. moment
from the horizontal load with a regular
size of 1.8m is

Main wall waling:

Used as continuous beam, the MWale = 792 x 1,8 / 6 = 238 kNm


= 220 kN/m x 3,60m
max. moment from horizontal load A waling made from ][ 250, steel
= 792 kN/m
(Rd/3,60), chapter 8.4.2
type S 235 JR (St 37-2) is used,
An upset tie-rod with a diameter
2
MdWale = 242 x 3,6
of 31/4/ 63 of the steel type S 355
W y = 2x734 cm 3 =1468 cm3 .
10
J2G3 (St 52-3] is used, see also
paragraph 5.1.1.
Anchor walls are usually subject
= 314 kNm
to the allowed normal stress.
Core section ACore = 41.3cm2
(dCore = 7.25cm)
The waling should be located
Shank section AShank = 31.2cm2 near the sheet pile head; vertical
Stress analysis:
(dCore = 6.30cm)
loads on the waling are considered
to be minor.
MdWale = 240/1,1 x 1468/1,15 = 279 KNm
Stress analysis:
ZdTie-rod

Zd Rd
A Waling from ][ 400, steel type
EAU 2004 Kap. 8.2.6.3
S
235
JR (St 37-2) is used with a
Ftg,Rd = AShank x f k/ M0
moment
of
inertia
of
= 31,2 x 35,5 / 1,10 = 1007 kN
3
3
W
=
2
x
1020cm
=
2040
cm
y
F*H,Rd = Kt* x ACore x fua,k / Mb
= 0,55 x 41,3 x 48,0 / 1,25 = 872 kN
Rd = MIN [Ftg,Rd, F*H,Rd] = 872 kN
Zdtie-rod = 792 KN Rd = 872 kN

74

MWale = 238 MdGurt = 279 KNm

6 Anchorage dimensioning according


to EAU 2004

ASF

Anchorage dimensioning according to EAU 2004

Anchor

2G3

Waling bolt

2G3

75

6 Weight specification kg/m

ASF
Round steel
Square bar steel
Hexagon bar

Thickness mm

Thickness mm

5 - 220 mm DIN 1013


5 - 150 mm DIN 1014
10 - 103 mm DIN 1015

Thickness mm

0,154

0,196

0,170

45

12,485

15,896

13,767

85

44,55

56,72

0,222

0,283

0,245

46

13,046

16,611

14,385

86

45,60

58,05

50,28

0,302

0,385

0,333

47

13,619

17,341

15,017

87

46,67

59,42

51,46

0,395

0,502

0,435

48

14,205

18,086

15,663

88

47,75

60,79

52,65

0,499

0,636

0,551

49

14,803

18,848

16,323

89

48,84

62,18

53,85

10

0,617

0,785

0,680

50

15,414

19,625

16,996

90

49,94

63,58

55,07

11

0,746

0,950

0,823

51

16,036

20,418

17,682

91

51,06

65,01

56,30

12

0,888

1,130

0,979

52

16,617

21,226

18,383

92

52,18

66,44

57,54

13

1,042

1,327

1,149

53

17,319

22,051

19,096

93

53,32

67,90

53,80

14

1,208

1,539

1,330

54

17,978

22,891

19,824

94

54,48

69,36

60,07

15

1,387

1,766

1,530

55

18,650

23,746

20,565

95

55,64

70,85

61,36

16

1,578

2,010

1,740

56

19,335

24,618

21,319

96

56,82

72,35

62,65

17

1,782

2,269

1,965

57

20,031

25,505

22,088

97

58,01

73,86

63,96

18

1,998

2,543

2,203

58

20,740

26,407

22,869

98

59,21

75,39

65,29

19

2,226

2,834

2,454

59

21,462

27,326

23,665

99

60,43

76,94

66,63

20

2,466

3,140

2,719

60

22,195

28,260

24,474

100

61,65

78,50

67,98

21

2,719

3,462

2,998

61

22,941

29,210

25,296

102

64,15

81,67

70,73

22

2,984

3,799

3,290

62

23,700

30,175

26,133

104

66,68

84,91

73,53

23

3,261

4,153

3,596

63

24,470

31,157

26,982

105

67,94

86,55

74,95

24

3,551

4,522

3,916

64

25,253

32,154

27,846

106

69,27

88,20

76,39

25

3,853

4,906

4,249

65

26,05

33,17

28,72

108

71,91

91,56

79,30

26

4,168

5,307

4,596

66

26,86

34,20

29,61

110

74,60

94,98

82,26

27

4,495

5,723

4,956

67

27,68

35,24

30,52

112

77,34

98,47

85,28

28

4,834

6,154

5,330

68

28,51

36,30

31,44

114

80,13

102,02

88,35

29

5,185

6,602

5,717

69

29,35

37,37

32,37

115

81,50

103,82

89,90

30

5,549

7,065

6,118

70

30,21

38,46

33,31

116

82,96

105,63

91,48

31

5,925

7,544

6,533

71

31,08

39,57

34,27

118

85,85

109,30

94,66

32

6,313

8,038

6,961

72

31,96

40,69

35,24

120

88,78

113,04

97,90

33

6,714

8,549

7,403

73

32,86

41,83

36,23

122

91,77

116,84

101,19

34

7,127

9,075

7,859

74

33,76

42,99

37,23

124

94,80

120,70

104,53

35

7,553

9,616

8,328

75

34,68

44,16

38,24

125

96,29

122,66

106,22

36

7,990

10,200

8,811

76

35,61

45,34

39,27

126

97,88

124,63

107,93

37

8,440

10,747

9,307

77

36,56

46,54

40,31

128

101,01

128,61

111,38

38

8,903

11,335

9,817

78

37,51

47,76

41,36

130

104,00

132,66

114,89

39

9,378

11,940

10,340

79

38,48

48,99

42,43

132

107,43

136,78

118,45

40

9,865

12,560

10,877

80

39,46

50,24

43,51

134

110,71

140,96

122,07

41

10,364

13,196

11,428

81

40,45

51,50

44,60

135

112,31

143,07

123,90

42

10,876

13,847

11,992

82

41,46

52,78

45,71

136

114,04

145,19

125,74

43

11,400

14,515

12,570

83

42,47

54,08

46,83

138

117,41

149,50

129,47

44

11,936

15,198

13,162

84

43,50

55,39

47,97

140

121,00

153,86

133,25

76

49,12

6 Weight specification kg/m

ASF
Round steel
Square bar steel
Hexagon bar
U-shaped standard sections

Thickness mm

Thickness mm

5 - 220 mm DIN 1013


5 - 150 mm DIN 1014
10 - 103 mm DIN 1015
80 - 400 mm DIN 1026

Thickness mm

142

124,32

158,29

137,08

225

312,1

400,9

344,2

300

554,9

706,5

611,8

144

127,85

162,78

140,97

230

326,2

415,3

359,6

305

573,5

730,2

632,4

145

129,56

165,05

142,93

235

340,5

433,5

375,4

310

592,5

754,4

653,3

146

131,42

167,33

144,91

240

355,1

452,2

391,6

315

611,8

778,9

674,6

148

135,05

171,95

148,91

245

370,1

471,2

408,1

320

631,3

803,8

696,1

150

138,7

176,6

153,0

250

385,3

490,6

424,9

325

651,2

829,2

718,1

152

142,4

181,4

157,1

255

400,9

510,4

442,1

330

671,4

854,9

740,3

154

146,2

186,2

161,2

260

416,8

530,7

459,6

335

681,9

881,0

762,9

155

148,1

188,6

163,3

265

433,0

551,3

477,4

340

712,7

907,5

785,9

156

150,0

191,0

165,4

270

449,5

572,3

495,8

345

733,8

934,3

809,2

158

153,9

196,0

169,7

275

466,3

593,7

514,1

350

755,3

961,6

832,8

160

157,8

201,0

174,0

280

483,4

615,4

533,0

400

986,5

1256,0

1087,7

162

161,8

206,0

178,4

285

500,8

637,5

552,2

450

1248,5

1589,6

1376,7

164

165,8

211,1

182,8

290

518,5

660,2

571,7

500

1541,4

1962,5

1699,6

165

167,8

213,7

185,1

295

536,5

683,1

591,6

1000

6165,4

7850,0

6798,3

166

169,9

216,3

187,3

168

174,0

221,6

191,9

170

178,0

226,9

196,5

172

182,4

232,2

201,1

174

186,7

237,7

205,8

175

188,7

240,4

208,2

176

191,0

243,2

210,6

178

195,3

248,7

215,4

180

199,8

254,3

220,3

182

204,2

260,0

184

208,7

185

210,9

186

U-shaped standard sections (UNP)


Specification in mm
Profile

Size
h

Width
b

Web diameter s

U 80

80

45

8,9

U100

100

50

8,5

10,9

U120

120

55

13,7

U140

140

60

10

18,4

225,2

U160

160

65

7,5

10,5

19,3

265,8

230,2

U180

180

70

11

22,5

268,7

232,7

U200

200

75

8,5

11,5

25,3

213,3

271,6

235,2

U220

220

80

12,5

29,4

188

217,9

277,4

240,3

U240

240

85

9,5

13

34,0

190

222,6

283,4

245,4

U260

260

90

10

14

39,0

192

227,3

289,4

250,6

U280

280

95

10

15

43,0

194

232,0

295,4

255,9

U300

300

100

10

16

48,0

195

234,3

298,5

258,5

U320

320

100

14

17,5

61,0

196

236,0

301,6

261,2

U350

350

100

14

16

62,0

198

241,7

307,8

266,5

U380

380

102

13,5

19

64,0

200

246,6

314,0

271,9

U400

400

110

14

18

74,0

205

259,1

329,9

285,7

210

271,9

346,2

299,8

215

285,0

362,9

314,3

220

298,4

379,9

329,0

77

Fl-D.
t

HG
Kg

7 Additional ASF products


Fork head

ASF

KD
L2

Fork head

S 235 JR
S 355 J2G3

DIN EN 10025

D Inch

1 1/2

1 3/4

2 1/4

2 1/2

2 3/4

3 1/4

3 1/2

3 3/4

4 1/4

4 1/2

4 3/4

5 1/4

5 1/2

5 3/4

D Metrisch

39

45

52

56

64

72

76

85

90

95

100

110

115

120

125

130

140

145

150

320

340

360

400

420

440

480

500

530

570

600

630

660

690

710

730

750

790

830

L1

150

172

186

210

235

240

255

285

310

325

350

360

385

405

415

440

460

475

500

L2

257

265

277

309

322

335

368

380

382

429

457

471

493

510

528

536

543

576

608

36

39

45

51

55

59

63

70

76

82

85

87

95

99

105

107

113

118

124

90

100

110

135

150

150

170

180

200

210

230

240

250

260

275

280

300

310

330

60

65

70

80

85

90

100

110

120

130

140

145

155

165

175

180

190

200

210

60

70

78

85

90

100

105

110

115

120

125

135

140

145

150

155

165

170

175

31

36

41

46

46

51

56

61

66

71

71

76

81

87

91

96

101

106

111

78

7 Threaded studs DIN 976-1

ASF

d
L

Threaded studs, DIN 976-1


M12

M14

M16

M18

M20

M22

M24

M27

M30

M33

M36

M39

M39

M42

M45

M48

M52

M56

M60

M64

M12
x
1,25

M14
x
1,5

M16
x
1,5

M18
x
1,5

M20
x
1,5

M22
x
1,5

M24
x2

M27
x2

M30
x2

M33
x2

M36
x3

M39
x3

M39
x3

M42
x3

M45
x3

M48
x3

M52
x3

M56
x4

M60
x4

M64
x4

M68

M72

M76

M80

M85

M90

M95

M100

M105

M110

M115

M120

M125

M130

M135

M140

M145

M150

M155

M160

M68
x4

M72
x4

M76
x4

M80
x4

M85
x4

M90
x4

M95
x4

M100
x4

M105
x4

M110
x4

M115
x4

M120
x4

M125
x4

M130
x4

M135
x4

M140
x4

M145
x4

M150
x4

M155
x4

M160
x4

Threaded studs bolts can be delivered without dome (form A) or with dome (form B).

79

18

7 Eye bolts
DIN 444 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9 12.9

ASF
r

Kugel d 3

d1
s

l
Eye bolts, DIN 444 3.6, 4.6, 5.6, 8.8, 10.9, 12.9

L 125
L 125-200
L > 200

d1

M20

M24

M27

M30

M33

M36

M39

M42

M45

M48

M52

M56

46

54

60

66

52

60

66

72

78

84

90

96

102

65

73

79

85

91

97

103

109

115

121

127

133

d2

18

22

24

27

30

32

35

38

41

44

48

52

10

10

10

16

16

16

19

19

19

19

19

d3

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

80

80

90

100

100

24

28

30

34

38

41

46

49

52

55

60

64

80

7 Hexagon bolts DIN 601 /


DIN ISO 4016 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9

ASF

Hexagon bolts, DIN 601 / DIN ISO 4016 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9
d

M
10

M
12

M
14

M
16

M
18

M
20

M
22

M
24

M
27

M
30

M
33

M
36

M
39

M
42

b 1)

26

30

34

38

42

46

50

54

60

66

72

78

84

90

96

b 2)

32

36

40

44

48

52

56

60

66

72

78

84

90

96

102

M
45

b 3)

45

49

53

57

61

65

69

73

79

85

91

97

103

109

115

18,8

20,8

23,9

26,1

29,5

32,9

35

39,5

45,2

50,9

55,3

60,8

66,4

72

77,7

10

12

13

14

15

17

19

21

23

25

26

28

17

19

22

24

27

30

32

36

41

46

50

55

60

65

70

3/8

7/16

5/8

7/8

1 1/8

1 5/8

1 7/8

b 1)

26

30

30

30

32

38

40

45

50

55

60

65

75

75

80

b 2)

32

36

36

36

40

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

85

85

90

b 3)

45

49

50

50

55

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

110

110

18,8

20,8

23,9

29,5

35

39,5

45,2

50,9

55,3

60,8

66,4

72

77,7

83,4

89

12

14

15

17

19

21

23

25

26

28

30

33

17

19

22

27

32

36

41

46

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

M
48

M
52

M
56

M
60

M
64

M
68

M
72

M
76

M
80

M
85

M
90

M
100

M
110

M
120

M
130

b 1)

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

107

b 2)

108

116

124

132

140

148

156

164

172

180

180

180

180

180

180

b 3)

121

129

137

145

153

161

169

177

185

205

205

225

245

265

375

83,4

89

94,5

100

105,8

111,4

117

122,7

128,4

145

145

162

173,3

190,3

205

30

33

35

38

40

43

45

48

50

57

57

63

69

76

79

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

130

130

145

155

170

175

2 1/4

2 1/2

2 3/4

3 1/4

3 1/2

3 3/4

4 1/4

4 1/2

4 3/4

5 1/4

b 1)

90

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

b 2)

120

132

140

150

170

180

180

180

180

180

180

180

180

b 3)

137

150

160

160

170

205

205

225

230

240

250

270

275

94,5

105,8

117

117

128,4

145

145

162

162

173,3

190

190

205

35

40

45

45

50

57

57

63

63

69

76

76

79

85

95

105

105

115

130

130

145

145

155

170

170

175

M10 M36
M36 M120
L=
100 6000 mm L =
100 18000 mm
1
3/8 11/2
1 /2 5

1)
125 mm
2) 125 200 mm
3) 200 20000 mm

Other thread lengths available.

281

7 Hexagon head bolts DIN 931 / DIN


ISO 4014 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9

ASF

r
da

Hexagon head bolts, DIN 931 / DIN ISO 4014 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9
d

M10

M12

M14

M16

M18

M20

M22

M24

M27

M30

M33

M36

M39

M42

b 1)

26

30

34

38

42

46

50

54

60

66

72

78

84

90

96

b 2)

32

36

40

44

48

52

56

60

66

72

78

84

90

96

102
115

M45

b 3)

45

49

53

57

61

65

69

73

79

85

91

97

103

109

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,6

0,6

0,6

d2

11,2

14,2

16,2

18,2

20,2

22,4

24,4

26,4

30,4

33,4

36,4

39,4

42,4

45,6

48,6

18,8

20,8

23,9

26,1

29,5

32,9

35

39,5

45,2

50,9

55,3

60,8

66,4

72

77,7

10

12

13

14

15

17

19

21

23

25

26

28

0,4

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,8

0,8

0,8

1,2

1,2
70

17

19

22

24

27

30

32

36

41

46

50

55

60

65

3/8

7/16

5/8

7/8

1 1/8

1 3/8

1 5/8

1 7/8

b 1)

26

30

30

30

32

38

40

45

50

55

60

65

75

75

80

b 2)

32

36

36

36

40

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

85

85

90

b 3)

45

49

50

50

55

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

110

110

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,6

0,6

0,6

18,8

20,8

23,9

29,5

35

39,5

45,2

50,9

55,3

60,8

66,4

72

77,7

83,4

89

12

14

15

17

19

21

23

25

26

28

30

33

0,4

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,8

0,8

1,2

1,2

1,6

1,6

17

19

22

27

32

36

41

46

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

M48

M52

M56

M60

M64

M68

M72

M76

M80

M85

M90

M100

M110

M120

M130

b 1)

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

102

b 2)

108

116

124

132

140

148

156

164

172

180

180

180

180

180

180

b 3)

121

129

137

145

153

161

169

177

185

205

205

225

245

265

275

0,6

1,2

1,2

1,2

1,2

1,5

1,5

1,5

d2

52,6

56,6

63

67

71

75

79

83

87

92

97

107

117

127

132

83,4

89

94,5

100

105,8

111,4

117

122,7

128,4

145

145

162

173,3

190,3

205

30

33

35

38

40

43

45

48

50

57

57

63

69

76

79

1,6

1,6

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

130

130

145

155

170

175

2 1/4

2 1/2

2 3/4

3 1/4

3 1/2

3 3/4

4 1/4

4 1/2

4 3/4

5 1/4

b 1)

90

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

b 2)

120

132

140

150

170

180

180

180

180

180

180

180

180

b 3)

137

150

160

160

170

205

205

225

230

240

250

270

275

1,2

1,2

1,2

1,5

1,5

1,5

1,5

1,5

1,5

94,5

105,8

117

117

128,4

145

145

162

162

173,3

190,3

190,3

205

35

40

45

45

50

57

57

63

63

69

76

76

79

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

85

95

105

105

115

130

130

145

145

155

170

170

175

82

7 Hexagon bolts with large widths


across flats DIN 6914

ASF

da
b

Hexagon bolts with large widths across flats, DIN 6914


d

M
12

M
16

M
20

M
22

M
24

M
27

M
30

M
36

M
39

M
42

M
45

M
48

M
52

M
56

M
60

23

28

33

34

37

39

42

50

69

66

72

78

84

90

96

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,4

0,5

0,5

da

15,2

19,2

24

26

28

32

35

41

44

47

50

53

57

61

65

10

13

14

15

17

19

23

25

26

28

30

33

35

38

23,91

29,56

39,02

39,55

45,20

30,85

55,37

66,44

72

77,7

83,4

89

94,5

100

105,8

22

27

32

36

41

46

50

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

s
L

Order length

M
64

M
68

M
72

M
76

M
80

M
85

M
90

M
100

M
110

M
120

M
130

102

102

110

110

115

115

120

120

130

140

150

0,5

0,5

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

da

69

73

77

81

85

90

95

105

115

125

135

40

43

45

48

50

57

57

63

69

76

85

111,4

117

122,7

128,4

145

145

162

173,3

190,3

200,1

211

100

105

110

115

130

130

145

155

170

180

190

s
L

Order length

83

7 Hexagon socket head cap screws


DIN 912 / DIN ISO 4762
3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9 12.9

dk

ASF

sw
K

Hexagon socket head cap screws, DIN 912 / DIN ISO 4762 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9 12.9
D

M
16

M
20

M
24

M
30

M
36

M
39

M
42

M
45

M
48

M
52

M
56

M
60

M
64

Order length

16

dk

24

Sw

14

M
68

20

24

30

36

39

42

45

48

52

56

60

64

68

72

76

80

85

30

36

45

54

58

63

68

72

78

84

90

96

102

108

114

120

127

17

19

22

27

27

32

32

36

36

41

41

46

46

55

55

65

65

75

84

M
72

M
76

M
80

M
85

M
90

M
95

M
100

M
105

M
110

M
115

M
120

M
130

90

95

100

105

110

115

120

125

135

142

150

157

165

172

180

190

75

85

85

95

95

100

100

7 T-head bolts with square neck


DIN 7992 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9

ASF
K

K
2

45
2

T-head bolts with square neck, DIN 7992 3.6 4.6 5.6 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9
D mm

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130

80

80

100

100

100

120

140

170

200

200

220

240

260

290

320

350

400

400

450

10

12

15

18

18

20

25

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

12

16

17

18

20

22

25

30

35

38

40

50

55

60

70

75

90

95

105

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130

40

55

60

65

70

75

85

95

110

120

125

140

155

170

185

205

230

250

250

K=kg

0,08

0,15

0,2

0,24

0,35

0,41

0,60

0,93

1,63

2,1

2,4

3,4

4,5

6,4

9,0

12,0

16,5

21,5

24

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,55

4,49

5,55

7,99

10,88

14,21

16,67

19,33

25,25

31,96

39,46

49,94

61,7

74,6

88,8

104

D inch

5/8

3/4

7/8

1 1/4

1 1/2

1 3/4

2 1/4

2 1/2

2 3/4

3 1/4

3 1/2

3 3/4

4 1/2

5 1/4

80

80

100

100

120

140

170

200

220

240

260

280

290

300

320

350

400

400

450

10

12

15

18

20

25

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

12

16

17

18

22

25

30

35

40

50

55

60

60

70

75

75

90

95

105

16

20

22

25

32

38

45

50

57

64

70

75

82

90

95

100

115

120

130

40

55

60

65

75

85

110

120

125

140

155

160

170

185

205

205

230

250

250

K=kg

0,08

0,14

0,2

0,26

0,33

0,45

1,33

1,7

2,4

3,4

4,5

5,7

6,5

11

12

17

21,5

24

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,9

6,3

8,9

12,5

15,4

20

25,2

30,2

34,7

41,5

50

56

62

82

96

104

85

7 T-head bolts with square neck


DIN 186 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9

K
2

ASF
L

45
2

T-head bolts with square neck, DIN 186 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9
D mm

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130

60

65

70

75

80

85

100

110

120

130

140

155

170

185

205

225

245

265

300

10,5

13

15

15

18

19

23

26

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

10,5

13

15

15

18

19

23

26

30

32

35

40

45

50

55

62

90

95

95

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130
250

30

36

38

43

50

54

66

80

88

96

102

115

128

140

155

170

230

250

K=kg

0,04

0,1

0,12

0,14

0,2

0,28

0,48

0,8

1,1

1,4

1,7

2,1

3,2

3,9

5,2

7,5

16,5

21,5

23

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,55

4,49

5,55

7,99

10,88

14,21

16,67

19,33

25,25

31,96

39,46

49,94

61,7

74,6

88,8

104

D inch

5/8

3/4

7/8

1 1/4

1 1/2

1 3/4

2 1/4

2 1/2

2 3/4

3 1/4

3 1/2

3 3/4

4 1/2

5 1/4

60

65

70

75

80

100

110

120

140

155

170

180

200

210

220

225

245

265

280

10,5

13

15

15

18

23

26

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

10,5

13

15

15

18

23

26

30

35

40

45

50

50

55

55

62

90

95

95

16

20

22

25

32

38

45

50

57

64

70

75

82

90

95

100

115

120

130
250

30

36

38

45

56

66

88

96

102

115

128

140

140

155

155

170

230

250

K=kg

0,04

0,1

0,12

0,15

0,4

0,6

1,1

1,4

1,7

2,1

3,1

3,8

4,2

5,0

5,2

7,5

16,5

21,5

24

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,9

6,3

8,9

12,5

15,4

20

25,2

30,2

34,7

41,5

50

56

62

82

96

104

86

7 T-head bolts with double nib


DIN 188 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9

ASF
K

K
2

L
H

O
Q

45
2

T-head bolts with double nib, DIN 188 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9
D mm

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130

60

65

70

75

80

85

100

110

120

130

140

155

170

185

205

225

245

265

285

10,5

13

15

15

18

19

23

26

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

10,5

13

15

15

18

19

23

26

30

32

35

40

45

50

55

62

90

95

105

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130

30

36

38

43

50

54

66

80

88

96

102

115

128

140

155

170

230

250

250

K=kg

0,04

0,1

0,12

0,14

0,2

0,28

0,48

0,8

1,1

1,4

1,7

2,1

3,2

3,9

5,2

7,5

16,5

21,5

24

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,55

4,49

5,55

7,99

10,88

14,21

16,67

19,33

25,25

31,96

39,46

49,94

61,7

74,6

88,8

104

D inch

5/8

3/4

7/8

1 1/4

1 1/2

1 3/4

2 1/4

2 1/2

2 3/4

3 1/4

3 1/2

3 3/4

4 1/2

5 1/4

60

65

70

75

80

100

110

120

140

155

170

180

200

210

220

225

245

265

285

10,5

13

15

15

18

23

26

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

30

10,5

13

15

15

18

23

26

30

35

40

45

50

50

55

55

62

90

95

105

16

20

22

25

32

38

45

50

57

64

70

75

82

90

95

100

115

120

130

30

36

38

45

56

66

88

96

102

115

128

140

140

155

155

170

230

250

250

K=kg

0,04

0,1

0,12

0,15

0,4

0,6

1,1

1,4

1,7

2,1

3,1

3,8

4,2

5,0

5,2

7,5

16,5

21,5

24

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,9

6,3

8,9

12,5

15,4

20

25,2

30,2

34,7

41,5

50

56

62

82

96

104

26

87

7 T-head bolts with double nib


DIN 261 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9

ASF
L

K
2

45

M
f

T-head bolts with double nib, DIN 261 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9
D mm

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130

60

65

70

75

80

85

100

110

120

130

140

155

170

185

205

225

245

265

285

10,5

13

15

15

18

19

23

26

30

32

35

40

45

50

55

62

90

95

105

16

20

22

24

27

30

36

42

48

52

56

64

72

80

90

100

110

120

130

30

36

38

43

50

54

66

80

88

96

102

115

128

140

155

170

230

250

250

K=kg

0,04

0,1

0,12

0,14

0,2

0,28

0,48

0,8

1,1

1,4

1,7

2,1

3,2

3,9

5,2

7,5

16,5

21,5

24

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,55

4,49

5,55

7,99

10,88

14,21

16,67

19,33

25,25

31,96

39,46

49,94

61,7

74,6

88,8

104

M8
X15

M8
X15

M8
X15

M8
X15

M10
X20

M10
X20

M12
X22

M12
X22

M12
X22

M12
X22

M16
X26

M16
X26

M16
X26

M20
X33

M20
X33

M20
X33

M24
X40

M24
X40

M24
x40

D inch

5/8

3/4

7/8

1 1/4

1 1/2

1 3/4

2 1/4

2 1/2

2 3/4

3 1/4

3 1/2

3 3/4

4 1/2

5 1/4

60

65

70

75

80

100

110

120

140

155

170

180

200

210

220

225

245

265

285

10,5

13

15

15

18

23

26

30

35

40

45

50

50

55

55

62

90

95

105

16

20

22

25

32

38

45

50

57

64

70

75

82

90

95

100

115

120

130

30

36

38

45

56

66

88

96

102

115

128

140

140

155

155

170

230

250

250

K=kg

0,04

0,1

0,12

0,15

0,4

0,6

1,1

1,4

1,7

2,1

3,1

3,8

4,2

5,0

5,2

7,5

16,5

21,5

24

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

2,98

3,9

6,3

8,9

12,5

15,4

20

25,2

30,2

34,7

41,5

50

56

62

82

96

104

Mxt

M8
X15

M8
X15

M8
X15

M8
X15

M10
X20

M10
X20

M12
X22

M12
X22

M16
X26

M16
X26

M16
X26

M16
X26

M20
X33

M20
X33

M20
X33

M20
X33

M24
X40

M24
X40

M24
x40

M must be specified upon ordering, e.g. M 80 x 6 x 3900 x M 20 DIN 261

88

7 Masonry bolts
DIN 529 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8

ASF

Form

5d

3 d

5d

Form

3d

3 d

25 d

Form

3 d

Masonry bolts, DIN 529 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8


d mm

M8

M10

M12

M16

M20

M24

M30

M36

M42

M48

M56

M64

M72

M80

M90

M100

M120

M130

20

25

30

40

50

60

75

90

105

120

140

160

180

200

200

250

250

250

d inch

3/8

1/2

5/8

3/4

7/8

1 1/4

1
1/2

1
3/4

2
1/4

2
1/2

2
3/4

3
1/4

3
1/2

3 3/4

5 1/4

25

30

40

50

60

65

75

90

105

120

140

160

180

200

200

220

250

250

250

256

89

7 Special foundation bolts


DIN 797 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9

ASF

d3

d1

60

b2

b1

Special foundation bolts, DIN 979 3.6 4.6 5.6 5.8 6.8 8.8 10.9 12.9
d mm

M16

M20

M24

M30

M36

M42

M48

M52

M56

M64

M72

M80

M90

M100

M120

M130

b1

65

70

75

85

95

105

120

130

140

155

170

185

205

225

250

275

b2

90

100

110

120

140

150

160

165

170

190

200

220

240

260

300

340

d3

M8

M8

M8

M10

M12

M12

M12

M12

M16

M16

M16

M20

M20

M20

M24

M24
45

16

16

16

20

22

22

22

22

26

26

26

33

33

33

40

10

12

14

18

22

25

28

30

32

36

40

45

50

56

70

80

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

3,55

5,55

7,99

10,88

14,21

16,67

19,33

25,25

31,96

39,46

49,94

61,7

88,8

104,1

d3 must be specified upon ordering, e.g. 72 x 6 x 3600 x M 16DIN 797

90

7 Special foundation nuts


DIN 798 5 8 10 12

ASF

Special foundation nuts, DIN 798 5 8 10 12


d mm

M16

M20

M24

M30

M36

M42

M48

M52

M56

M64

M72

M80

M90

M100

M120

M130

b1

65

70

75

85

95

105

120

130

140

155

170

185

205

225

250

275

b2

90

100

110

120

140

150

160

165

170

190

200

220

240

260

300

340

d3

M8

M8

M8

M10

M12

M12

M12

M12

M16

M16

M16

M20

M20

M20

M24

M24
45

16

16

16

20

22

22

22

22

26

26

26

33

33

33

40

10

12

14

18

22

25

28

30

32

36

40

45

50

56

70

80

L=kg/m

1,58

2,47

3,55

5,55

7,99

10,88

14,21

16,67

19,33

25,25

31,96

39,46

49,94

61,7

88,8

104,1

91

30

7 Mushroom head square neck bolts


DIN 603 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9

ASF

V
d2

d1

d3

f
l

Mushroom head square neck bolts, DIN 603 3.6 4.6 5.6 8.8 10.9
d1

M8

M10

M12

M14

M16

M18

M20

M22

M24

M27

M30

b2)

22

26

30

38

38

46

46

54

54

60

66

b3)

28

32

36

44

44

52

52

60

60

66

72

d2

20

24

30

34

38

42

46

50

56

60

65

d3

10,7

12,6

14,6

16,2

18,2

20,2

22

25

27,7

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

27

30

4,5

6,5

7,5

8,5

9,5

10,5

11

12

14

15

16

19

24

26

29

32

34

36

39

42

48

10

12

13

15

16

18

19

20

L = 50 6000 mm
2) L
120 mm
3)
more than 120 mm

92

7 Stirrup bolts
DIN 3570

ASF
Form

Form

d1

h1

Form

h1 h2

d2

d
DIN 2

b
d3

Stirrup bolts, DIN 3570


NW mm

10

15

20

25

32

40

50

65

80

100

125

150

200

250

300

350

400

NW Inch

3/8

1/2

3/4

1 1/4

1 1/2

2 1/2

17,2

21,3

36,9

33,7

42,4

48,3

60,3

76,1

88,9

114,3

139,7

168,3

219,1

273

323,9

355,6

406,4

508
530

500

d1

19

23

30

38

46

52

64

82

94

120

148

176

228

282

332

378

428

d2

7,1

7,1

10,7

10,7

10,7

14,6

14,6

14,6

18,2

18,2

18,2

22

22

22

27

31

40

48

56

62

76

94

106

136

164

192

248

302

352

402

452

554

h1A

40

45

60

66

76

82

97

113

126

155

175

201

263

314

365

411

463

565

h1C

90

100

115

105

125

140

180

225

250

345

390

465

505

550

660

h1D

57

66

72

87

105

117

148

176

205

262

h2

38

46

52

64

82

94

120

148

176

228

d3

M8

M8

M10

M10

M10

M10

M12

M12

M12

M16

M16

M16

M20

M20

M20

M24

M24

M24

bA

30

30

40

40

50

50

52

50

50

60

60

60

70

70

70

70

70

70

bC

40

50

60

65

65

65

85

110

110

150

150

150

160

160

160

bD

19

20

20

23

23

23

28

28

29

34

93

32

7 Spherical head lifting bolts

ASF
R
R1

Laststufe

D1

D2

D3

H1
H2

S2

S1

S 235 JR

Spherical head lifting bolts

DIN EN 10025

S 355 J2G3
Last t
Length mm

1,3

2,0

+0,5
D1

10

+1
14

19

26

25

32

10

15

20

32

+1

2
5
19

+1

-0
2,5
6
24

+1

-0
3
7
24

+1
13

-0
3
8
30

+1

-0
3
10
30

94

+1

-9

+1

+1

+1
38

-0
4,5
17
46

-10
27

26

-0
4
14
37

-1,5
+5
135

15

26

-0
3,5
12
37

88

98
15

18

-0,8
+0,5

-1,5
+4

-8

11

18

70

-7

11

-0,8
+0,5

-1,5
+4
85

-6

13

70

+1,5
50

-0,5
+0,5

-1
+3
70

-5

10

47

+1,5
39

-0,5
+1

-1
+3
60

-5

10

47

+2
34

-0,5
+1

-1
+2
50

+0,5
28

-0,5
+0,8
36

45

+1
24

-1
+2

-4

+0,5

-0,5
+0,8
36

35

-0
S1
S2
R1

7,5

20

-1
+2

-4

+1

-0,5
+0,8
26

+1
H2

18

-1
+2

-3
H1

+1

-0,5
-0,8

-1
+2
D3

14

-0,5
+0,8
D2

2,5

According to desire

-0
5
20
46

-0
8
30
69

8 Foto examples:
Strelasundquerung Rgendamm and
Lubmin with specific proposal

ASF
Strelasundquerung Rgendamm

Lubmin with specific proposal

95

8 Foto examples:
Bitterfeld and
Olfen

ASF

Bitterfeld

Olfen

96

8 Foto examples:
M.O.S.E.

ASF
M.O.S.E.

97

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