Material: Galvanized welded mesh, spring with other fittings, can be filled with sand, earth, cement, stone. Can be used in separate cell or some cells joint together.
Wire diameter: 3mm-5mm
Mesh opening size: 50mm-75mm
Panel size: The hesco Barriers come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 4’6” x 3’6” x 32’ (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7’ x 5’ x 100’ (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m)., it also can be customized according to customer’s requirement
Geotextile: in heavy duty non-woven polypropylene
Finish: hot dipped galvanized, electro galvanized
Packing: wrapped with shrink film or packed in pallet.
The hesco barrier or hesco bastion is a modern gabion for military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary blast or small-arms barrier. One of the less heralded life and labor-saving devices of war. originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control.the "Hesco Bastion" as it is officially known, quickly became a popular security device .
In general, it takes far less labor to build a Hesco Barrier than an equivalent structure made with sandbags.Hesco Barriers Blast Wall has been a key component in providing Force Protection since the 1991 Gulf War. It has been deployed with the U.S. Military, NATO, The United Nations and other military forces through out the world. Hesco Barriers Blast Wall is extensively used in the protection of personnel and key assets in military, peacekeeping, humanitarian and civilian operations.
DETAILED PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1. This is a collapsible wire mesh container with a heavy duty plastic liner. Open in up and use a front end loader to fill it with sand (dirt or gravel) and you have a protective barrier to protect personnel and equipment from enemy fire (or bombs).
2.The labor saving angle is very popular with the troops. Before the HESCO barriers, troops filled sandbags, which was slow. One soldier could fill about 20 sandbags an hour. Troops using Hesco barriers and a front end loader can do ten times the work of troops using sandbags.
(A) The Hesco barriers come in a variety of sizes designed for military work.
(B)And also,the sections of HESCO are being linked together and filled with sand to create a flood barrier from the rising waters of the Red River. U.S