Gabion retaining wall is a high quality steel material rectangular structure. The steel wires are woven or welded into pieces and assembled into cages. The gabion retaining wall has a wide range applications, including in river bank, soil slope, grassland and other places.
Gabion retaining wall has different materials, the main materials are galvanized, PVC coating and Galfan coated wires. The galvanized steel wire is the most widely used type and has outstanding corrosion and rust resistance performance. The PVC coating steel wire has green or gray colors to blend with the surrounding environments and supply additional chemical stability for the retaining wall. The Galfan coated wire has the longest life among all the materials.
Gabion retaining wall can be woven gabion cage or welded gabion cage. The woven type gabion retaining wall is commonly used for protective applications and the welded gabion cage is widely used as decorative wall to replace the dull brick walls.
The gabion retaining wall consists of several layers of gabion cage. The gabion cages are stack up to form a stable structure. The gabion cage on the top commonly has shorter width than the bottom cages. When all the gabion cages are installed completely, it will form stair-step structure.
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Applications of gabion retaining wall
Gabion retaining wall is commonly used in coastal, river bank, slop and other places for protective applications. It can protect river bank or seashore from erosion by the waters. It can prevent soil and water loss.
Gabion retaining wall can also be used as decorative walls and replace the dull brick walls. The gabion retaining wall can be used in the garage, backyard and any other places you want.