DYWIDAG Lightweight Mesh / Drape Mesh System
Fast mesh installation rates in a lightweight, chain-link configuration.
- Slope Stabilisation
- Face Stabilisation
- Excavation Support
The DYWIDAG Lightweight Mesh / Drape Mesh System is a flexible slope protection mesh that can be used for stabilization of both cuttings and embankments. This is a passive mesh system made of high-tensile steel that is used with DYWIDAG soil nails or DYWIDAG rock bolts.
The mesh offers a high level of corrosion resistance using Zn-Al with additional corrosion inhibitor for long-term durability in a range of different environments. Other options include stainless steel options for aggressive environments and an integrated erosion mat comprising non-woven monofilament fibres.
The chain-link configuration of the mesh enables fast installation and ensures the mesh follows the contour of the slope. The large roll width of 3.9 meters ensures large coverage per roll and less seams between each mesh panel.
High tensile strength of 1770N/mm² to reduce deformation and provide reliable performance
Knotted ends at vertical edges ensures full strength of the mesh is achieved across the full width of each panel
Excellent durability and corrosion resistance in a range of different environments
Large coverage based on standard roll sizes of 3.9 x 30 meters
Low visual impact (based on 2mm wire)
Lightweight system that is easy to handle in challenging conditions
•Available as open mesh or with integrated erosion mats
Mesh can be supplied with an integrated erosion mat comprising non-woven monofilament fibres.
Stainless steel (inox) option available for aggressive environments, eg. coastal protection works.
Range of bearing plates and spike plates, with angle compensation, available to suit different applications.
Border ropes, shackles and turnbuckles available for use with the above meshes.
Mesh clips for seams and rope clips for border ropes are offered as standard.
Europe: Tensile strength longitudinal >= 53kN/m width, with 6,5% stiffness
UK: Tensile strength longitudinal >= 53kN/m width, with 6,5% stiffness