TurfProtecta™ – 2m x 30m is an extruded polyethylene mesh which is tough, flexible and long lasting. Supplied in two grades (Standard and Heavy) depending on the application, TurfProtecta™ can be effectively employed over stable ground by simply unrolling and fixing adjacent and successive lengths.
TurfProtecta™ – 2m x 30m lightweight polyethylene mesh is used to reinforce grassed areas intended for very occasional/ infrequent light vehicular or pedestrian use, and which are prone to wear and smearing.
TurfProtecta™ mesh is simple to install. The sward grows through the mesh apertures and knits with the filaments to create a strong, discreetly reinforced surface which is capable of withstanding vehicle loads, limiting damage and helping to reduce compaction by reducing direct contact with the soil surface. The grass can be mown, rolled and fertilised as normal during this period and the mesh soon becomes unobtrusive.
TurfProtecta™ mesh can also be installed onto newlylandscaped areas and seeded as required.
TERRAM TurfProtecta mesh is simple to install. The sward grows through the mesh apertures and knits with the filaments to create a strong, discreetly reinforced surface which is capable of withstanding vehicle loads, limiting damage and helping to reduce compaction.
The grass can be mown, rolled and fertilised as usual during this period. The mesh soon becomes unobtrusive. TERRAM TurfProtecta mesh can also be installed onto newly-landscaped areas and seeded as required.
It is strongly advised that installation is carried out during the growing season to allow the sward to knit with the mesh prior to allowing traffic to use the area. This would normally be after a few weeks during the growing season. Immediate use could restrict growth and limit the effectiveness of the installation.
- Pedestrian areas
- Wheelchair access routes
- Occasional-use car parks
- Access routes
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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