Gabion Box/Gabion Cages (HP-C6)

Model NO.: HP-C6
Wire Gauge: 2.0-4.0mm
Trademark: Peace
Specification: ISO9001: 2000 and SGS
Origin: Hengshui City, Hebei Province, China
HS Code: 7326901000

Gabions "triple twist hexagonal" mesh fabric ,known as protector gabions , boxes and Mattresses .


The advantages of gabions :
Ability to deform without cracking ,allowing the structure to withstand any unpredictable movemnet or settlement without loss stability.

Higher resistance to natural forces due to better tensile strength , and simple installation procedure.  


Gabions boxes and mattresses are made from galvanized or PVC coated steel wires, according to BS and ASTM standards.

Gabions structures are used for:Retaining walls ,Protection of box culverts and bridges,Rockfall protection,Channel lining,Marine works,Dams and Soil erosion ,And others applications.


Economic. Just fill the stone into the gabions and seal it.
Simple installation. No special technology needed.
Weather proof under natural destroy, corrosion resistant.
No collapse even under big scope of deforming.
Sludge in the stones is good for plant growing. Mixed to form a integrity with the natural environment.
Good permeation can prevent the damage by hydrostatic.
Less transport freight. It can be folded together for transport and further installation.

Gabion Box/Gabion Cages (HP-C6)
Gabion Box/Gabion Cages (HP-C6)
Gabion Box/Gabion Cages (HP-C6)

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