Mesh provides surface support coverage to loose rock between installed bolts. Mesh variants include steel welded mine mesh, ausro straps, Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) mesh and polypropylene mesh.
Mesh provides surface support coverage to loose rock between installed rock bolts in underground mining excavations. Multiple configurations of mesh is available including numerous sheet sizes, apertures, wire diameters and black or galvanised wire.
Ausro straps are yielding straps which allow the straps to yield under load conditions allowing better load distribution between bolts. Ausro straps are used in unstable ground conditions where seismic activity is present, to improve surface support and ensure better connection between the surface support and bolts.
Glassfibre resin polymer (GFRP) mesh provides surface support coverage to loose rocks between installed bolts. Suitable for temporary and permanent solutions. Low-weight, ideal for decreasing risks associated with manual handling.
This mesh complies with standard grid applications while providing the added benefits of durability and cuttability. The high load capacity at each joint, comparable to welded steel mesh, is unique and makes the design of GFRP grid reinforced RC structures a viable option. Available in a range of sizes to suit individual application.
Tensar Biaxial Geogrid mesh is a stiff, monolithic geogrid mesh made from flame retardant polypropylene. The mesh has integral junctions that give strength in two directions and a rectangular rib cross-section with square edges. Geo grid mesh is integrally formed with positive mechanical interlock which results in high load transfer.
Mesh is available in rolls and can be cut to size at point of application. Available in black or white colour with UV inhibitor.