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eMesh Fibres

Who can use eMesh?

Councils, Developers, Architects, Landscape Architects and Mining Companies seek out our product for a range of applications based on Third-party Audited Environmental Product Declaration and technical performance.

Where is eMesh used?

Emesh fibres are ideal for footpaths, bikeways, driveways and several precast products. Emesh can be used for thin toppings where it’s impossible to place mesh with sufficient cover. It’s also ideal for aggressive marine environments, as it won’t corrode and survives both highly acidic and alkaline environments.

Most Common Applications:

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Footpaths

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Driveways

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Walkways

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Pavements

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Shared Use Paths

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Traffic Island Infills

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Landscaping

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Thin Toppings

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Drain and Batters (Shotcrete / Formed)

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Outdoor Patios / Entertainment Areas

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Commercial / Industrial Light Duty Slabs

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Ground Slabs for Small Shed Builders

Footpaths

Emesh Can Be Easily Pumped

Screeding – Normal Finishing

Trowel and or Broom Finish

Wet or Chemical Curing as Required

Shotcrete Drains New and Repairs

Mesh Not Placed Properly

Bullfloat as Required

Sawcut or Tooljoint

Small Sheds and Patios

Fast Setup – Compact, Box and GO

Edging as Normal

Extured Finishing is Easy

Daintree Gateway Boat Ramp & Car Park
ACT Healthy Waterways
Hobsons Bay Skeleton Creek Upgrade
Mortdale Rail Maintenance Facility, Southern Sydney
Magnetic Island Shared Pathway
North Stradbroke Artificial Reefs
Shared User paths in Bell to Moreland LXRP, Melbourne
National Cycleway Project, Port Douglas FNQ