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Turf Protection Mesh, 4mm thick

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Turf protection mesh made from 100% recycled HDPE for the protection and reinforcement of grass and turf.

Supplied in a 2m x 30m roll. 

Thickness: 4mm

Colour: Black

Fixing pegs can be purchased separately (see the Accessories tab below)

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Delivery time : 1-2 working days

RM/0550

£ 160.00 (excl. VAT)
£192.00
(incl. VAT)



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Turf Protection Mesh

This is an extruded HDPE mesh for the protection of existing turf. Please note if the ground is already muddy, we recommend using the Heavy Duty Grass Protection Mesh.

Suitable for areas subject to light vehicle use and pedestrian use. 

For best results, the mesh should be laid and pinned onto recently cut grass in spring when the grass will grow quickly and the root mass will grow around the mesh. The covered area will soon resume its natural appearance providing a stable surface and protecting the area from damage by foot or vehicle traffic. 

 
Features:

Weight: 550 g/sqm (33kg total)
Material: HDPE 100% recycled
Colour: Black
Roll size: 2m x 30m
Cell size: 25mm


Benefits:
 
  • Turf protection
  • Conforms to local authority regulations supporting urban drainage systems
  • Prevents wear, rutting & smearing
  • Protects grass roots
  • Increases traction & slip resistance
  • Multipurpose product for runways, disabled access, overspill carparks etc.
  • Can be mowed as normal once grass has grown through the mesh
Width 2m
Length 30m
Thickness 4mm
Weight 33kg
Material HDPE (Recycled)
Density 550g/sqm
UV resistant Yes
Surface type Open grid

** For a complete list of chemical resistances please click here.

Posted by Peter Ewart | 2015-01-26 13:14:09

Could you confirm the suitability of grass protection mesh for a disabled access route to be usable by conventional wheel chairs. The path will be on the outfield of a cricket pitch will this mesh be suitable for cutting by a heavy mowing machine and occasional rolling. Moles will also be a problem so will your mesh be prone to their damage. Many thanks

Administrator

Hi, the grass protection mesh is suitable for wheelchair access and will prevent damage from moles, rabbits etc. The grass can be cut as normal though the mesh will need to be pegged down with additional fastening pins.

Posted by Tony Lees | 2014-08-09 12:01:03

Hi Can you tell me the thickness of the mesh. Also is this the product you would recommend for protecting the gate area and perimeter of a small grass paddock where we keep a large dog, this area gets very muddy in winter when he runs up and down this area.

Administrator

Hi Tony, the mesh thickness is approx 4mm. For the gate area we recommend a Rubber Grass Mat (RM/0120). The mesh can be used around the perimeter and gate area, and the Rubber Grass Mat can go on top of the mesh for added stability in the gate area.

Posted by Greg | 2014-07-02 17:37:50

How big are the holes in the mesh please?

Administrator

Hi, the holes are 4cm across.

Posted by Mark Stallwood | 2014-02-13 19:29:22

Hi, I have a garage separated by approximately 7 metres from a tarmac driveway and laid to grass. I want to park a car in the garage (shock!) and want to know if your mesh would be suitable for laying onto the grass please. Thanks you.

Administrator

Hello Mark The mesh is often used as a temporary car parking surface for events and such, but over time will start to tear and break up in places. For a more permanent grassed surface, I would recommend using the mesh in combination with our Rubber Grass Mats - RM/1020 (lay the mesh first and put the grass mats on top) or our Permeable Paving Grids - GP/0400. Kind regards Dag

Posted by robert groves | 2013-11-26 10:12:28

Hi, we have a sloped drivewat which at the moment consists of coarse chippings and sub strata capable of supporting goods vehicles, is this Grass Protection Mesh system suitable for sloped driveways?

Administrator

Hi Robert, The mesh should still provide good traction and stabilisation on a gentle slope, but for steep slopes and a more robust product I would recommend the Permeable Ground Reinforcement Paving Grid. Kind regards Dag

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