UltraShore Trench Boxes
A Lightweight Solution
to a Heavy Problem

Trench Box Assembly – One Man Operation

With a vast array of both shoring and shielding options, Allen Trench Safety offers a range of UltraShore trench boxes, aluminum trench boxes, and hydraulic vertical shores.

“Everything went great! Service, delivery and product – we will definitely be using ATS in the future.”
~ John from Runnemede, New Jersey

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Offering trench boxes for plumbers, municipalities, utility companies, underground contractors, and more.
Ultra Shore Aluminum Trench Box

UltraShore

Aluminum Buildable Trench Box

Aluminum Buildable Box

Used Trench Boxes

Trench Box Rentals

Trench Box Rentals

Used Trench Boxes

Why UltraShore Trench Boxes?

When asked, “Why should I use UltraShore trench boxes?” the answer is simple: so everyone goes home at night. But, simple doesn’t always make it easy. The truth is, every time a trench is opened, the risks multiply.

With underground utilities, unstable soil, flowing water, hazardous vibrations, and adjacent loads, the risks multiply so much that the federal government has mandated that after a depth of five feet, a protective system must be put in place.

UltraShore trench boxes are, by far, the simplest and easiest protective system.

Whether Ultrashore Aluminum Shoring, Aluminum Buildable Boxes or Aluminum Hydraulic Shores – Let us help you get the right box for your job!

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After 18 years in the shoring industry, the stories always seem to have similar beginnings: “I was in a cave-in once.” In fact, during my talks on excavation safety, I commonly ask, “Of the workers here, the men in the trenches, how many have been in a cave-in?” It’s always around 30%.

When selecting a trench box, there are many things to keep in mind, such as transport, assembly time, weight, depth rating, and pipe clearance. And always keep in mind you will never find one box that will work for every excavation, which is why we carry both heavy and lightweight trench box options ranging from 160 to 12,000 lbs.