WALL CONSOLIDATION AND ANCHORING SERVICES
At EXOFOR, we provide top-quality gabion services for a wide range of residential, commercial, and industrial projects. Our team of experts has years of experience in the gabion industry and uses the latest technology and equipment to ensure that your gabion wall is installed efficiently and effectively.
An anchor is a tension support, which limits movement from subsequent excavation by providing a pre-loaded
condition to the supported ground. Tensile load is transmitted by a steel tendon made of individual
strands or bars. The tendon is bonded to competent rock or soil by cement grout.
ADVANTAGES OF WALL ANCHORING
Rock and soil anchors ensure cost-effectiveness, durability, and long-term reliability through the implementation of comprehensive corrosion protection systems.
Ground anchor systems have demonstrated their viability as a cost-effective alternative to conventional retaining walls for both temporary and permanent retaining applications.
Each anchor undergoes stress testing exceeding the designated load capacity.
Rocks and soils exhibit high load-bearing capacities.
These anchors can be installed at any angle, regardless of the type of overlying material or rock.
These anchors are compatible with the construction of various wall systems, including sheet piles, soldier piles and laggings, drilled shafts, soil-mixed walls, and diaphragm walls.
What are Gabions
Gabions are wire mesh containers filled with rocks, stones, or other materials, used to construct retaining walls, erosion control structures, and other types of walls. Gabions are known for their versatility, durability, and ease of installation, making them a popular choice for many types of construction projects.
Gabions are used to slow the velocity of concentrated runoff or to stabilize slopes with seepage problems and/or non-cohesive soils.
Also known as Reno mattresses, gabion mattresses have a lower height than other types. They are mostly used in channel lining to prevent erosion. They deal with wave and erosion-induced erosion by reducing water velocity.
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