Tame a steep slope and create a beautiful focal point with Pisa2.

The built-in setback design of Pisa2 automatically forms the correct slope, ensuring a highly stable retaining wall. Utilizing the product's tapered components, you can form curved walls and steps.




Shapes & Sizes

12 Inch Coping

30.0 x 30.0 x 7.5cm
11.7" x 11.7" x 2.9"


20.0 x 30.0 x 15.0cm
7.8" x 11.7" x 5.9"


30.0 x 20.0 x 15.0cm
11.7" x 7.8" x 5.9"


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Surface Texture

Split & Weathered

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  Face. Ft. Bndl. Face. Ft. Unit Ln. Ft. Unit (Sailor) Sectn. Bndl. Layers Bndl. Units Bndl. Units Face Ft. Face Ft. Dbl. Unit Ln. Ft. Dbl. Unit Dbl. Units. Face Ft. Lbs. Dbl. Unit Lbs. Bndl.
12" Coping Bundle (7cm) 21 0.25 2 2 - - 4 - - - - 2874
Corner Bundle (15cm) 30.24 - - 6 - - - 1.67 - 0.60 184 1656
Tapered Bundle (15cm) 20 0.67 1.30 2 - - 1.50 - - - - 2580

12" Coping Bundle

12" coping bundle has 16 units of closed-end coping (8 left and 8 right). Closed-end 12" coping not sold separately.

Corner Bundle

Corners require a skid that is refundable, upon return in good condition.

Additional Pisa2® Information

Maximum height - 36" (under optimum conditions). Higher walls can be achieved using geogrid reinforcement. The set back on Pisa2® wall is 3/4" every course or 1 1/2" every 2 courses. Tapered units will allow for a minimum 8' radius. Possible coping option is Ledgestone™. Contact your local Unilock® representative for details. Retaining wall engineering software is also available free of charge at www.unilock.com.

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All measurements are nominal

Colors, product data, and availability are subject to change without notice. Please confirm all details with your local Unilock Dealer or call 1-800-UNILOCK (1-800-864-5625) for availability in your area. The colors shown should only be used as a guide. Final color selections should always be made from actual samples.