ShoreGuard 950 Goes Ribless for Easy Installation

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Crane Materials International (CMI), performance driven manufacturer of sustainable sheet piling solutions, has updated their ShoreGuard  950 vinyl sheet pile product for easier installation and improved aesthetics. “The redesign of ShoreGuard 950 is a perfect example of our ongoing commitment to provide innovative products and the greatest total value to our clients,” declared Jon Ridgway, CMI’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
 

CMI has redesigned the ShoreGuard 950 product to be ‘ribless’. “We believe the total value that a smooth wall and heavier product provide will drastically improve the installation process, as well as provide a more attractive finished product,” said Ridgway.
 

“These improvements were made in direct response to feedback from our clients,” said Ridgway. “The redesign makes the product both more attractive and easier to install, without compromising the strength and durability that our clients expect.”
 

A smoother face sheet will improve efficiency for contractors, and provides a simpler, more streamlined appearance.

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