Telescoping Aluminum SPAN-X Beams!

The SPAN-X Beam consists of an aluminum box shape with a telescoping I-beam that provides a sliding range of adjustment. A single Nut sets the length and camber. The End Tabs support the beam during construction.

This self-spanning support can be positioned along the top of a concrete wall, shelf angle or stringer. The clear span provides a more accessible work space underneath, reducing conflict between trades. SPAN-X Beams have been used for box culverts, shaft core roofs, water channels and other similar concrete deck support.

SPAN-X Beams are available in four standard sizes, with an overall adjustment range from 3′-4″ to 19′-0″ in length.

Check the Price List for sizes and capacities, then contact your SureBuilt representative for pricing and availability.

SureBuilt Barn Find

Call Right Now for 25K Shoring!
25K shoring frames are used on all the biggest projects, especially bridges… and the pricing has never been better!
If you know of a bridge project, then you should be talking to us about 25K shoring right now. We have the frames, cross braces, screw jacks and base plates you need, including:

  • Frame Base 4×6 – 2,548 pcs
  • Frame Extension 4×5 – 1,568 pcs
  • Coupling Pin – 4,688 pcs
  • XBrace 4×5 – 3,406 pcs
  • XBrace 5×5 – 680 pcs
  • XBrace 6×5 – 785 pcs
  • XBrace 7×5 – 29 pcs
  • Adapter Pin – 3,018 pcs
  • Screw jack Base plate – 2,915 pcs
  • Screw jack U-Head 6×6 – 2,890 pcs
  • Insert for Screw jack – 2,720 pcs
  • Base plate 8×8 – 499 pcs

All of this used equipment has been inspected, certified and stacked ready-to-ship. This 25K shoring is available for a limited time on a “first come, first served” basis. Contact the Bellwood office for pricing and availability as soon as you spot a possible project.

SureBuilt Post-Shores

Don’t take chances with 4×4 lumber shores of unknown capacity. And don’t waste time placing more 4×4 lumber shores than needed “just to be safe.” Post Shores are designed and tested for shoring applications. Project layouts and spacings become more efficient based on engineering data, rather than field guesswork.