Photos Showing Road and Track Installation
The surface should be levelled and any deep ruts should be filled with crushed stone. All major projections should be removed from the area. The mesh is laid over the ground and overlapped by approximately 20cm. To help effective mesh positioning, heavy duty staples can be used to pin the mesh down prior to Type 1 roadstone being overlaid. Wet or boggy areas must be drained to avoid subsidence.
The depth of stone used will be reduced in depth by approximately 100 – 200mm depending on ground conditions and the purpose for which the final surface is required.
Once the stone has been laid, the area will settle and become more compacted with use. A vibrating roller will speed up consolidation if the area is to be used immediately after installation. The final surface, once consolidated and compacted, can have tarmac or concrete laid over it or merely stoned if used as an agricultural or forestry track.
Stronger mesh with smaller holes as compared to similar products.
Road & Ground Stabilisation Mesh for forest roads & tracks etc
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