Corten 450mm Retaining Wall Post Selection

low corten garden retaining walls

Longer posts set in concrete pile holes create stronger retaining walls

450mm corten panel with 597mm post

597mm post

Application

Max soil height 300mm

Post set in concrete in firm subsoil

450mm corten panel with 747mm post

747mm post

Application

Max soil height 450mm

Post set in concrete in firm subsoil

450mm corten panel with 800mm post

800mm post

Application

Max soil height 450mm

Post set in concrete in firm subsoil

Accepts capping bracket and capping

897mm post

Application

Max soil height 450mm

Post set in concrete in average subsoils

Accepts capping bracket and capping

897mm post

Application

Max soil height 450mm

Post set in concrete in average subsoils

Post pile hole extended for extra overturning resistance

450mm corten panel with 1197mm post

1197mm post

Application

Soil height 450mm with additional load surcharges

Post set in concrete in average subsoils

Post pile hole extended for extra overturning resistance
Accepts capping brackets and capping

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Weak and poor bearing capacity subsoils will not provide the required resistance for the posts and piles to be effective

Retaining wall design factors in both the site geology and loads being placed behind the wall.
All retaining walls require a proper drainage system, to prevent hydrostatic pressure related retaining wall failures.

corten capping unweathered

Corten retaining wall capping

corten garden planter acting as a retaining wall

Modern garden using corten steel retaining walls

corten terraced retaining wall, and steps

Modern garden using corten steel retaining walls