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Sheet piling is a commonly used earth retention system in construction and infrastructure development. It is a cost-effective and efficient way to create a vertical barrier in the soil. The interlocking steel sheets are driven into the ground using a hydraulic hammer, and they can be used in both permanent and temporary earth retention systems.

Sheet piling can be used in a variety of soil types, including sand, clay, and rock. The sheets can be made of steel or other materials such as vinyl, fiberglass, or aluminum. The sheets are available in different shapes, sizes, and profiles to suit different soil and site conditions.

Sheet piling can be used in a range of applications, including foundation walls, bridge abutments, seawalls, and cofferdams. The system is easy to install, and it can be quickly deployed in emergency situations such as landslides or slope failures