mastaVAULT® Tree Lite - 715x400x860mm

Product Code: MV1-DOUBLE

mastaVAULT Tree Lite are modular units that assemble to form a skeletal matrix that supports relevant pavement loads while providing large volumes of un-compacted soil within the structure for free root growth.

Description

mastaVAULT Tree Lite are modular units that assemble to form a skeletal matrix that supports relevant pavement loads while providing large volumes of un-compacted soil within the structure for free root growth. The open, skeletal matrix provides a maximum growth zone for tree roots. More than 95% of the Internal Void volume is available for un-compacted soil and root growth.

Traditionally rock and soil mix is used to provide support for pavements, while permitting some root growth within the pavement. mastaVAULT Mega Tree System has moved this principle forwarded by entirely replacing the rock (80% of the total volume), the engineered modules provide the structural strength for pavement loads whilst providing free un-compacted soil for the root zone to grown and trees to flourish in an urban environment.

All options available

MV1-HALF mastaVAULT® Tree Lite – 715x400x240mm
MV1-SINGLE mastaVAULT® Tree Lite – 715x400x440mm
MV1-DOUBLE mastaVAULT® Tree Lite – 715x400x860mm

Specifications

Applications

  • Roads
  • Streetscaping
  • Car Parks
  • Plaza Paving

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Description

mastaVAULT Tree Lite are modular units that assemble to form a skeletal matrix that supports relevant pavement loads while providing large volumes of un-compacted soil within the structure for free root growth. The open, skeletal matrix provides a maximum growth zone for tree roots. More than 95% of the Internal Void volume is available for un-compacted soil and root growth.

Traditionally rock and soil mix is used to provide support for pavements, while permitting some root growth within the pavement. mastaVAULT Mega Tree System has moved this principle forwarded by entirely replacing the rock (80% of the total volume), the engineered modules provide the structural strength for pavement loads whilst providing free un-compacted soil for the root zone to grown and trees to flourish in an urban environment.

All options available

MV1-HALF mastaVAULT® Tree Lite – 715x400x240mm
MV1-SINGLE mastaVAULT® Tree Lite – 715x400x440mm
MV1-DOUBLE mastaVAULT® Tree Lite – 715x400x860mm

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Meet the Team

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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