Grass & Ground reinforcement
TERRAM GrassProtecta is a heavy duty, thick, slip resistant polyethylene grid, specifically designed for grassed surfaces that are typically prone to wear and damage from cars, vans, trucks and heavy pedestrian applications in dry and wet weather. It reinforces and protects these surfaces which would otherwise result in a muddy surface incapable of withstanding vehicular or pedestrian applications.
TERRAM GrassProtecta grass reinforcement grid provides a high level of ground reinforcement – up to 8 tonnes per axle (imposed load). It is ideal for permanent or temporary applications, is a fast and cost effective installation compared to plastic paving grids, requires no excavation or soil removal necessarily required and provides up to 97% improved slip resistance compared to the standard grass protection meshes.
Benefits for grass & ground reinforcement
- High level of reinforcement – up to 8t per static axle load on firm ground
- Suitable for permanent applications
- Can accommodate shallow slopes
- Fast and cost-effective installation
- No excavation or soil removal is normally required
- 97% improved slip-resistance than standard mesh products
The standard (11mm) grade is suitable for:
- Light-usage, overflow car parks and wheelchair (DDA) access routes
- Golf-buggy paths
- Heavily-pedestrianised paths
The standard (14mm) grade is suitable for:
- Overflow car parks
- Light-aircraft taxiways
- Caravan sites and other holiday areas plus some equestrian surfaces
- Verge stabilisation
All Options Available
|GrassProtecta 11mm 1.2kg 1m x 10m
|GrassProtecta 11mm 1.2kg 2m x 20m
|GrassProtecta 14mm 2kg 2m x 20m
- Golf Courses
- Erosion Control
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 specialiSes 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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