Vertical shore

Vertical shore

A pair of vertical struts used to provide temporary support to a wall.
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Littoral gastropods have accumulated a number of specialized adaptations in response to periodic tidal emergence, many of which correlate with vertical shore position (reviewed by Underwood 1979, McMahon 1988, McMahon 1990).
The best jobsites for use with vertical shores are those with limited working room or where spot bracing is needed around existing utilities.
Vertical shores (also known as props) support the horizontal shores (joists) from a firm base below.
Vertical Shores are the quickest, simplest and safest way to shore a trench.
The compare/will also refurbish slide rail system components, such as steel posts and panels; aluminum trench shields such as XLAP, aluminum modular Build-A-Box components such as panels and corner posts, and Corru-Lite (corrugated aluminum panel) shields; hydraulic vertical shores, hydraulic walers, and hydraulic aluminum trench shields; and Stone Mizer bedding material container.