Anchored Mesh Rockfall Services: Protecting Your Environment

Rockfall poses a significant threat to infrastructure, people, and the environment. Our Anchored Mesh services are designed to provide durable and effective protection against rockfall incidents. With expertly installed systems and customized solutions, we prioritize safety, environmental preservation, and long-term durability. Choose Access Limited for comprehensive rockfall mitigation services and experience the expertise, professionalism, and dedication that sets us apart.


What is anchored mesh?

A rockfall mitigation system that prevents rocks from falling onto vulnerable areas like roads and buildings. It involves installing a steel mesh anchored to the rock face, acting as a barrier to catch rocks and debris, reducing the risk of incidents. These systems are customized to blend with the landscape, using high-quality materials for durability. Investing in this service is cost-effective, preventing repair expenses and ensuring safety. At Access Limited, our experienced team offers tailored solutions, including site assessment, design, installation, and maintenance, using cutting-edge technology.

How does anchored mesh work?

Anchored mesh functions as a protective barrier against rockfall incidents, employing high-tensile steel wire mesh panels anchored to rock faces using drilled rock anchors. These flexible panels absorb and distribute energy from potential rockfalls, reducing impact force and preventing rocks from reaching vulnerable areas like roads or buildings. Effective design and installation, tailored to specific site conditions by experienced engineers, are crucial. Trained technicians install the mesh, ensuring it's tensioned and anchored securely for durability. Regular maintenance and inspections maintain the system's optimal condition over time.

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What are the advantages of using anchored mesh?

Enhanced Safety

Provide a reliable and effective barrier against rockfall incidents, ensuring the safety of infrastructure, people, and the environment. By stabilizing rock masses, these systems minimize the risk of rocks falling onto roads, railways, or other vulnerable areas.

Customized Solutions

Each site has unique requirements when it comes to rockfall protection. With anchored mesh, you can benefit from customized solutions tailored to your specific environment. Experienced engineers assess your site and design a system that best suits your needs, ensuring maximum effectiveness.

Environmental Compatibility

Solutions are designed to blend seamlessly with the natural landscape, preserving the aesthetic appeal of the area.


Utilizing high-quality materials and advanced installation techniques, making them highly durable and capable of withstanding the test of time and harsh weather conditions.

What are some common applications for anchored mesh?

A mesh system is commonly used to stabilize slopes and prevent rockfall incidents. It provides a secure barrier that holds loose rocks and prevents them from sliding or falling, ensuring the safety of infrastructure and people below.

Protect vulnerable areas such as roads, railways, and buildings from rockfall hazards. It acts as a flexible barrier that absorbs and redirects the energy of falling rocks, minimizing the risk of damage or injury.

Mesh systems often incorporate rock anchors, which are installed deep within the rock mass to provide additional stability. These anchors are tensioned and connected to the mesh, creating a robust system that can withstand the forces exerted by the rock mass.

In mining and quarrying operations, this mesh system is used to stabilize rock faces and prevent rockfall incidents. It helps maintain the integrity of the rock face, ensuring the safety of workers and equipment.

Can also be used as a draped mesh system, where it is installed over loose or unstable rock slopes. The mesh conforms to the shape of the slope, providing a secure barrier that prevents rockfall incidents.

Can be used to reinforce wire mesh in areas where additional stability is required, such as retaining walls or embankments. The mesh system enhances the strength and durability of the wire mesh, providing added protection against rockfall hazards.

What materials are best suited for anchored mesh?

  • High-Tensile Steel Wire: High-tensile steel wire is one of the most commonly used materials for anchored mesh systems. It is known for its strength and durability, making it effective in stabilizing rock masses. The wire is typically woven into mesh panels or grids and can withstand the impact of falling rocks while maintaining its structural integrity.
  • Galvanized Steel Components: Galvanized steel is another popular material for. It is coated with a layer of zinc to protect against corrosion, ensuring longevity and resistance to environmental elements.
  • Steel Wire Rope: Steel wire ropes are often used in conjunction with anchored mesh systems to enhance their effectiveness. These ropes are made up of multiple strands of steel wire twisted together, providing high tensile strength and flexibility. Steel wire ropes can be used for additional reinforcement or as tensioning elements to ensure the proper installation and performance of the mesh system.
  • Geosynthetic Materials: Geosynthetic materials, such as geotextiles or geomats, can be used in combination with anchored mesh systems to provide additional reinforcement and stability. These materials are designed to have high tensile strength and can effectively distribute the forces exerted by rockfall incidents. Geosynthetic materials also offer excellent erosion control and soil stabilization properties, further enhancing the performance of the mesh system.

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Don't wait until a rockfall incident threatens your environment. Partner with Access Limited for reliable Anchored Mesh Rockfall Services that guarantee safety and peace of mind. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and let us tailor a rockfall mitigation solution that meets your unique requirements.


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