- Easy Access – Cast-in units have no protruding toe which so often gets in the way of machinery
such as loading buckets.
- Retain Large Loads – Suitable for large loads and surcharges from either one or both sides of
the wall, allowing you to heap materials and drive machinery into the bay.
- Built To Last Severe Exposure – Produced in a factory controlled environment with covered reinforcement making the walls suitable for very severe exposure.
The cast in retaining wall units allow you to quickly and simply create a precast wall in a fraction of the time.These cast in retaining wall units are manufactured with reinforcement bars extending out the end of the toe of the unit allowing you to cast the units straight into a reinforced concrete floor slab. You will achieve a retaining wall structure with no protruding base, making them an ideal solution for storage bays. These bays will also create a solid floor, which is ideal if you need to store effluent and aqueous materials.
Once the units are secured to the foundation, no additional fixing is required, making them the ideal solution when you have no existing framework.
Wall units are built to last in a factory designed to British Standards 8110-1:1997 and are CE marked.
Cast In Retaining Wall Product Dimensions
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Tom Hallam-Eames, Managing Director, Toro Shelters
Tom Hallam-Eames, Managing Director. Toro Shelters
Graham Legg, Director, Malmesbury Consultants Ltd
Graham Legg, Director.
Malmesbury Consultants Ltd
Cast In Retaining Wall Guide
- The key features and benefits of cast in retaining walls for a wide range of applications
- The full range of dimensions available alongside technical data
- Handling and installation instructions to ensure installation is pain-free
The precast concrete retaining wall units are designed to BS 8110-1:1997 and are manufactured using a concrete mix grade of C40/C50. Standard cover to reinforcement is 30mm, suitable for ‘very severe’ exposure. The units are designed to retain adequately drained material with a density of 18Kn/m³ on one or both sides, and depending on the height of the unit, an additional surcharge of up to 10Kn/m³ can be applied; please ask for specific loading details.