LITE guard City Boxes are compact trench shields perfect for excavation in tight and limited access sites and roads due to the narrow panels. Allowing for maximum width and minimal backfill.
The City box is ‘a full size light weight box’ designed for use in restricted tight City streets in conjunction with smaller excavators. Allowing for less disruption to city traffic. City Boxes are available in two sizes: 2400 x 2400 & 3000 x 1800. By inverting one box on top the other and installing extension joiners they can be them 2 deep .
City Boxes have narrow panel walls with a great WLL of 30kNm2 & 45kNm2 are and designed for ‘dig and place’ work. The narrow walls also ensure you don’t need to have a larger excavation than required. Plus the City box minimises your cost of repair by reducing the amount of Crushed rock back fill you need to use.
The City box is the full size box you need without the panel thickness of 90, 100, or 150mm only 60mm per side. Assembled weights are 445kgs & 535kgs capable of being lifted by a 3.0 to 7.0 tonne excavator. Used by Plumbers, Drainage contractors, Ground workers, Councils, Utility companies, Sewer, Water, Gas, Electricity and Communications.
Working in urban or built up area’s and need a full size trench shield to get the job done? A City box is the only trench shield on the market that allow mini excavators or back hoes to be in a position to use a full size trench shield and lift legally.
Both the City Box and the Standard LITE guard shield were the first aluminium shields to be made to suit the mini excavator market. Allowing you to Work Safe and Lift Legally within the SWL of your excavators and back hoes.
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City Box Trench Shoring Panel Specifications
|Panel Length mm
|Panel Height mm
|Safe Working Load (kPa)
|Panel Thickness mm
|Under Strut Clearance
|Internal Clearance Strut to Strut mm
|Unit weight Incl. 1000mm Struts
LITE guard City Boxes Meet Global Standards
AS/NZ 4744.1 – 2000, BS EN 13331.1 & 2 – 2002 (British & European Standard), OSHA Sub Part P