|500m south of Cuianpu village, Anping, Hengshui, Hebei, China|
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|Mesh Opening:||2" × 2", 3" × 3", 4" × 4"||Wire Diameter:||2.0-5.0mm|
|Material:||Galvanized Iron Wire||Sample:||Available|
galvanised steel stone cage,
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Garden gabion stone walls and fences / gabion fence stability soloutions
In civil engineering a gabion wall is a retaining wall made of rectangular containers (baskets) fabricated of thick galvanized wire, which are filled with stone and stacked on one another, usually in tiers that step back with the slope rather than vertically.
The most common civil engineering use of gabions is to stabilize shorelines or slopes against erosion. Other uses include retaining walls, temporary floodwalls, to filter silt from runoff, for small or temporary/permanent dams, river training, channel lining.
They may be used to direct the force of a flow of flood water around a vulnerable structure. Gabions are also used as fish barriers on small streams. Gabion baskets have some advantages over loose riprap because of their modularity and ability to be stacked in various shapes; they are also resistant to being washed away by moving water.
Gabions also have advantages over more rigid structures because they can conform to ground movement, dissipate energy from flowing water, and drain freely. Their strength and effectiveness may increase with time in some cases, as silt and vegetation fill the interstitial voids and reinforce the structure. They are sometimes used to keep stones which may fall from a cutting or cliff from endangering traffic on a thoroughfare.
|Nominal gabions basket size (m)||No. of diaphragms
|Capacity per basket
welded wire mesh gabion applications :
HOW TO INSTALL THE GABION BASKET
Join your galvanised wire panels together with wire to form the base and sides of the boxes. Hold each box in place by sprial wire down each corner of the box. This will hold the box shape while you fill the box with rocks.
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