How FRP Can Protect Tree Roots

The use of FRP grating to protect tree roots is becoming increasingly popular. It is an effective and cost-effective way to protect tree roots and can be easily customized to fit the shape and size of a particular tree. The grating provides an effective barrier between the root system and pedestrian and vehicular traffic. It is lightweight, strong, and flexible, making it an ideal choice for protecting tree roots. Our FRP grating is optimal for keeping the soil loose and protecting trees from soil erosion.

Durable, slip-resistant, low maintenance, and corrosion-resistant, FRP grating has become the go-to flooring solution for public walkways. As cities prioritize pedestrian-friendly infrastructure, choosing FRP grating ensures that public walkways are safe, aesthetically pleasing, and long-lasting. Urban planners can create inviting spaces that enhance pedestrians’ overall experience while minimizing maintenance efforts and costs.

Our micro mesh installed for this particular project was fit-for-purpose, with a small 7 mm aperture and fine grit surface, it is a comfortable flooring solution for bare feet and high heels.

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FRP mini mesh grating light grey RAL 7035

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For public spaces and walkway surfaces at height

FRP micro mesh grating light grey RAL 7035

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Smallest aperture for foot-friendly applications

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