Slope Stabilisation

Our portfolio includes a variety of solutions with the use of engineered meshes designed to cater to diverse project requirements. From high tensile strength steel wire meshes to cable nets, we offer versatile solutions to address a wide range of rockfall scenarios. Each mesh is carefully selected and integrated into our systems to ensure optimal performance and long-term durability.

Through our strategic partnership with Trumer Schutzbauten, a renowned specialist in rockfall protection, we are able to deliver exceptional products and expertise in the field. Leveraging Trumer Schutzbauten’s extensive knowledge and cutting-edge technology, we provide tailored solutions that meet the highest industry standards.

Draped Mesh System

Drapery systems utilize flexible nets made of high tensile strength meshes. These nets are expertly anchored to the top of slopes and extend to cover the entire rocky surface. Designed to absorb the energy of falling rocks and debris, our drapery systems provide robust protection for your infrastructure and ensure the safety of people in the vicinity.

Anchored Mesh System

Anchored systems, commonly referred to as Slope retention systems, are a proven method for stabilizing slopes. These systems involve the strategic installation of nets or netting, firmly secured to the slope using a dense matrix of soil or rock anchors, along with specialized anchor plates. Careful consideration is given to the spacing and placement of the anchors, which is determined based on the anticipated failure mode and the potential mass of material that could be mobilized.

The primary objective of these systems is to resist external loads and effectively retain the material in its original position. By harnessing the power of anchoring and utilizing specialized mesh components, slope retention systems provide a reliable and robust solution for slope stabilization.

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