EROWeb® Key

Product Code: SW-KEY

EROWeb® Keys, used to connect geo webbing and geocell, stabilising a more secure and permanent connection during installation.

These Keys eliminate the need for geocell stapling, allowing one worker to efficiently install polyfabrics EROweb® geocell with ease.

Description

The EROWeb® Key is an effective and economical way to connect separate runs of geocells. Specially designed to work with the EROweb range, these locking keys provide a more secure and permanent connection. Manufactured from a strong, resilient material, these EROWeb® Keys will last in the harshest of conditions.

To securely install separate panels of EROweb, a key is inserted into the slots of two separate pieces, safely locking them together with its anchor design. This ensures your professional installation project will remain in place even in harsh conditions.

  • Effective and economical
  • Manufactured from strong, resilient material
  • 37 keys are needed per panel of EROWeb
  • Specifications

    Applications

    • Use with EROweb
    • Connects Geocell webbing during installation

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    Description

    The EROWeb® Key is an effective and economical way to connect separate runs of geocells. Specially designed to work with the EROweb range, these locking keys provide a more secure and permanent connection. Manufactured from a strong, resilient material, these EROWeb® Keys will last in the harshest of conditions.

    To securely install separate panels of EROweb, a key is inserted into the slots of two separate pieces, safely locking them together with its anchor design. This ensures your professional installation project will remain in place even in harsh conditions.

  • Effective and economical
  • Manufactured from strong, resilient material
  • 37 keys are needed per panel of EROWeb
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    Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specializes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.

    Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.

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