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Gurukrupa Wirenetting Industries

Double Twisted Hexagonal Mesh Gabions

Double Twisted Hexagonal Mesh Gabions

Product Details

Product Name Double Twisted Hexagonal Mesh Gabions
Feature Retaining WaIl Structures,Highways & Bridges,Erosion Control,River & Canal Training,Coastal & River
Brand Name Gurukrupa Wirenetting
Condition Good
Place Of Origin Petlad,Gujrat
Min. Order Quantity As per Client requirement

Additional Information

Payment Terms T/T
Delivery Time Depend on Order

Reckoned for our extensive array of products, we efficiently serve our customers from Petlad(India). In order to ensure complete satisfaction of the customers, we deliver the orders on the scheduled time.

 

Applications :

  • Retaining WaIl Structures
  • Highways & Bridges
  • Erosion Control
  • River & Canal Training
  • Coastal & River Embankment Works


Advantages :

  • Ease of handling and transportation
  • Speed of construction & Quicker Assembly
  • Flexibility & Endurance
  • Permeability to water - gabion structures offer free drainage providing higher bank stability when used for river bank protection.
  • Environment Friendly as gabions structures blends easily and harmoniously with the natural surroundings
  • over the time


Terminology,Technical Specifications & Wire Coating :

Double - twisted wire mesh :
A non raveling mesh made by twisting continuous pairs of wires through two & one half turns (commonly called double twisted) to form hexagonal shaped opening which are then interconnected to adjacent wires to from hexagonal opening.

Selvedge wire :
A terminal wire used to edge the wire mesh perpendicular to the double twist by mechanically wrapping the mesh wire around atleast 2.5 times.

Lacing wire :
A galvanized wire or galvanized wire with PVC Coating used to assemble and interconnect empty units,to close and secure stone—lilled units,and internal stiffeners.


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