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Heavy Galvanized Welded Gabion Baskets with 50mm X 50mm mesh size for Garden
Welded Gabion Baskets
Gabions and Rock mattresses are made from steel wire mesh laced together and filled with rocks to form monolithical structures that can provide a cost effective and sometimes unique solution to many problems in riverworks, soil stabilisation, flood and scour protection and coastal defence.
Mainly used for civil works:
Earth Retaining Structures
Rock Fall Protection
Recently gabions have become popular with homeowners and landscapers for constructing retaining walls and benches. There are rigid or flexible gabions available to suit a range of applications.
What is a Gabion Wall?
Gabions are essentially rocks in baskets! Wire or welded mesh baskets are commonly filled with sandstone, bluestone or river pebbles. From a 4000 year old idea, the modern Gabion baskets were first industrially produced in the 1880’s, when the double twisted wire mesh was first introduced. This particular double twisted woven netting ensures that in the event of a wire being cut, the double twist prevents the unraveling of the mesh. All the edges of the Gabion baskets are reinforced by a stiffer and even stronger wire.
Around the world Gabion retaining walls have been an effective, environmentally friendly solution where erosion has been a problem. Gabions are used widely for water and drainage management and are ideal for river and seawalls. Another common use for Gabions are in noise or sound barrier walls as they diffuse, absorb and reduce noise.
With an enormous portfolio of projects, Prospect Contractors will be able to give you a competitive quote and a professional installation delivered on time.
Qijie Welded Gabion Baskets use 5mm welded, hot dip galvanised steel mesh in a 50mm x 50mm grid. This gives you 45% more steel than 75x75mm grid baskets which adds substantially to the overall strength. This will minimize the chance of "bulging" which is often seen in weaker baskets.
All edges are bound together using spiral joiners which form two passes within each 50mm opening- again to double the strength.
Contact Person: Mr. Devin Wang