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What Is Strutting?

Strutting is the process of providing support soil mass in the excavation process. It is usually made of steel pipes, angles, I sections, etc. made of H-shape or Square shape. This sometimes looks like formwork but is just a support.
Strutting In Construction
Nowadays you can easily find out such strutting in construction places such as Metro projects, Foundation work for Highrise building, shaft wok, support sheet pile to create cofferdam for piling work in the river bed, near shore, etc.
Strutting In Construction
Strutting In Construction
Strutting, Formwork, Scaffolding look the same but are used for their unique work and ability.
Strutting In Construction

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