ECI on new and bespoke contracts via USL TEKSERV.
With more complex and substantial machining demands for projects, Ekspan now operate a state-of-the-art Hurco DCX3226i CNC machine, an essential addition to their in-house manufacturing facilities.
USL Ekspan is the UK's largest quality bearing supplier and installer to meet demands both in the UK and worldwide.
USL Ekspan install an extensive range of mechanical and elastomeric expansion joints and seal joints to CD358 standards.
Bridge jacking and temporary works are an essential part of most bearing replacement and refurbishment operations, ensuring works are carried out safely and efficiently without affecting the integrity of the structure.
The importance of carrying out bearing and expansion joint inspections by proficient and competent engineers who understand their functionality can often be key to maximising a structure’s lifespan and avoiding major, unexpected, emergency repair costs.
USL Ekspan have carried out a number of projects for swing bridges and foot bridges. From design, fabrication of all structural components, to trial erection and final installation. Details of these type of bridge installations can be supplied on request.
Britdex CPM Tredseal is a combined waterproof wearing system, offering 100% effective waterproofing wearing course and skid-resistance in a single surfacing layer, many times lighter than mastic asphalt.
Ease and speed of application to concrete results in minimal possession times and a faster return to service. Britdex CPM Tredseal can be used on a wide range of structures subject to differing traffic conditions, allowing them to the lighter by design.
Based on BBA approved technology
Rapid set can be trafficked within two hours
Easy and quick application
Aesthetically pleasing finish
Tough, flexible and hard wearing
Versatile surfacing, suitable for application on a number of different surfaces
Applied even at low temperatures
The Adur Ferry bridge in Shoreham will allow pedestrians, cyclists and mobility scooter users to reach the town from Shoreham Beach.
It replaced an old structure which had "taken a pounding" and could not be economically repaired.
After the name of the bridge was unveiled, the Duke crossed the bridge to meet school children, cyclists and residents at the Shoreham Beach end.
West Sussex County Council cabinet member for highways Councillor Pieter Montyn said it was "an honour" to welcome the Duke of Gloucester for the occasion.Chief executive Malcolm Shepherd said: "The Adur Ferry Bridge marks the end of a very successful five year project to extend the National Cycle Network into the heart of communities across the UK."
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