Sumburgh is the third Xbloc project designed by RPS. 3D physical model testing was carried out by Queens University in Belfast. Xbloc casting will...
Cape Clear is the fourth Xbloc project in Ireland. Xbloc casting has started in spring 2014.
Within the Aqaba New Port project, 3000 Xblocs of 1.5m3 volume are applied. Because no physical model tests were envisaged in the tender, the Xbloc...
The size of the Xbloc armour units is 3 m3. the Xblocs are cast in Abu Dhabi at Emarat Europe and transported by barge to the offshore islands. There...
The breakwater is low crested. The front and rear armour of the breakwater trunk consists of 3 m3 Xblocs. The breakwater head is armoured by 4 m3...
Within the Dunkerque project, 3000 Xblocs of 6m3 are applied. The Xbloc units are produced on the project site and production has started in May 2012...
The size of the Xblocs to be applied is 3 m3. The Xblocs are cast in steel moulds, using the horizontal casting method. The mould consists of two...
The project site is a Green Field location. The harbour is protected by two breakwaters and is designed for 125 ft. fishing vessels. The breakwaters...
The main breakwater of Port of Poti dates back to 1873. Today it has a length of 1800 m and is covered by concrete cubes. A major part of the main...
The rehabilitation and extension works have been carried out by Lagan Construction. The design was prepared by RPS. Lagan Construction proposed to...
First use of the Xbloc special toe unit: Xbase. This modified Xbloc, proves to be a stable solution for the toe construction of an...
The total length of the shore protection is 3 km, and as main armour layer 25,000 Xblocs with a size of 0.75 m3 have been applied....
The 8 m3 Xblocs on Guam are cast using the horizontal casting method. With this method one nose of the Xblocs is below ground level during...
Downloads: xbloc-hatching.dwg xbloc.pat 3D model of 4m3 Xbloc® .dwf Instructions for use of xbloc.pat: Copy the file xbloc.pat into the folder...
8m3 Xblocs of 19 tons are being placed in Calais by the EX1900.