Select Page

SeaShield FX-70 System

The SeaShield FX-70 System features custom-made tongue and groove seamed fiberglass jackets that provide a corrosion resistant protective shell for the life of the repair. High-strength, water-insensitive repair grouts and mortars are used to strengthen and protect damaged piles.

The SeaShield FX-70 pile repair and protection system was the first in-place repair solution for damaged concrete, steel, and wood piles when it launched in 1970, and many of those first repairs remain in service today.

The SeaShield FX-70 products displace existing water and can be easily pumped, tremied or poured into the SeaShield FX-70 jacket even while it is submerged in water. By eliminating the need to dewater the site or build cofferdams, the FX-70 system drastically reduces the overall expense and loss-of-use cost as the structure can generally remain in service while the repair is executed.


  • Bridge columns
  • Piers, docks, and wharfs
  • Water and wastewater facilities
  • Port infrastructure
  • Marine structures
  • New construction
Request Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  •     Economically repair damage in place — no need for costly cofferdams or dewatering
  •     High-strength, water-insensitive materials bond well to concrete, timber, and steel pilings
  •     The structure can generally remain in service during repair
  •     The protective system prevents corrosion, deterioration, weathering, and erosion
  •     Accommodates piles of various shapes and sizes
  •     No need for heavy-lifting equipment
  •     The system is low-maintenance following repair
  •     Safe for use in marine-life habitats
  •     Easily blends in with the existing structure

Can’t find what you are looking for?

If you can't find the information you require, need help understanding anything you may have read, or have a general query regarding our products and services, contact us today and one of our representatives will be in touch to help you with your query.

Click here to get in contact today

related products and news