The rocks on the slopes are eroded and remain unsupported in time because of nature evens, climate and rains. As a result, the possibility of rockfall occurs. First, the works on the slope, the wire thickness and length of mesh of the net and roll sizes are defined. Also, at the end of this work, the anchorage and rope types that are going to be used on the surface, body and base of the slope and the points that achorage will be applied are defined.
In these kind of slope stabilizatin works, our firm uses one or two of the STEEL GRID NET, TUTOR or RİNGNET branded nets upon the condition of the slope surface. These nets are of high-resistant ones and they maximize the pressure on the slope surface.
Slope and Side Clearing
This work includes pulling down and removing the rocks and stones that are placed on slopes and sides and having the risk of falling down or being in a free position. In this process,the factors such as the condition of the slope surface, rock structure and environment control are regarded and then basic hand items or more developed ones (if needed) are used while applying rightful breaking and cracking techniques.
Since it is accepted as a temporary solution for rock and stone clearing, it is applied as preliminary application generally in slope and side protection or stabilization works.
Our firm works with licensed and certified personnel and take all precautions to prevent possible loss of property and life.
Gabions are widely used in recent years and they are boxes that are manufactured of spot welded wire meshes and hexagonal twisted steel wires to put rocks and stones in. With these baskets, it is possible to provide economic, natural appearanced and eco-friendly solutions in the areas where stones and rocks are present.
This method is used in coastal protection works, stream bed improvements, slope management, erosion control works, sediment protection, watershed management, railways and roads, supporting wall constructions, border strengthening works, bridge approaches, culvert constructions and rockfall protections.
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