EROWeb® Cord

EROWeb® Cord is used when installing geocells such as EROWeb. Used to hold and secure large sections of geocell, it is installed by running the cord through holes in the geocell wall, in long horizontal or vertical runs.

Description

EROWeb® Cord is used when installing geocells such as EROWeb. Used to hold and secure large sections of geocell, it is installed by running the cord through holes in the geocell wall, in long horizontal or vertical runs. EROWeb cord can be useful for slopes and surfaces with multiple planes, as it holds the geocell material in the correct position without allowing it to move, shift or collapse during installation.

The EROWeb® Cord is available in two lengths:

  • 8mm wide x 100m rolls
  • 8mm wide x 500m rolls (this tendon cord offers 11kN tensile strength)
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    • Use with EROWeb and other geocells

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    Description

    EROWeb® Cord is used when installing geocells such as EROWeb. Used to hold and secure large sections of geocell, it is installed by running the cord through holes in the geocell wall, in long horizontal or vertical runs. EROWeb cord can be useful for slopes and surfaces with multiple planes, as it holds the geocell material in the correct position without allowing it to move, shift or collapse during installation.

    The EROWeb® Cord is available in two lengths:

  • 8mm wide x 100m rolls
  • 8mm wide x 500m rolls (this tendon cord offers 11kN tensile strength)
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