The strongest, deep-corrugated structural plate available.
One of AIL’s latest innovations, extra-deep-corrugated Ultra•Cor Structural Steel Plate and is taking engineered structural plate to new dimensions in capability and performance.
Ready to handle extreme loads
With an impressive 500 mm (20″) pitch and 237 mm (9.5″) depth, Ultra•Cor’s ultra-deep corrugations allow it to reach greater spans and withstand the heaviest of loads. That strength also means accepting higher cover depths and the mining industry is specifying it for haul road crossings and large tunnels. DOTs like it as an economical alternative to large bridges.
Ultra-deep corrugations to handle extreme surcharge loads
Ultra•Cor deep corrugated structural plate combines all the advantages of lightweight construction with previously unheard-of strength and durability to create the largest corrugated metal structures.
And, just like all AIL engineered solutions, Ultra•Cor ships and installs easily with minimal equipment and labour requirements.
Ultra•Cor is recommended for large bridges, tunnels, grade separations, road or rail underpasses, stream crossings, box culverts, heavy haul road arches, stockpile tunnels, portals and canopies.
The Shammal Bridge earned a Guinness World Record for having the world’s largest metal buried bridge with a span of 32.39 m.Download
4-page, full-colour brochure outlining Ultra•Cor product, applications, specifications and geometries.Download
View 3D animation and time-lapse construction on this Guinness World Record project (longest buried metal bridge span) featuring AIL’s Ultra•Cor Structural Steel Plate.
Capsule of the official opening and Guinness World Record presentation for the Shammal Bridge near Dubai, UAE.Play
Wider spans. Higher covers. See how Ultra•Cor is taking structural plate to new dimensions in capability and performance.Play