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SPIDER®-System: Active protection for blocky rock slopes

The SPIDER® spiral rope net made from high-tensile wire secures loose, blocky rocks, rock spurs, overhangs or unstable rock formations with highly irregular surface structures. The SPIDER®-system utilizes a flexible nail grid and boundary ropes together with the spiral rope net.

High-tensile steel wire

One single wire has a tensile strength of more than 1770 N/mm2 limiting elongation and keeping the mesh highly pre-tensioned, providing reliable stability for the slope and minimizing deformations.

Harmonized system

Each system element is designed to work in perfect harmony with the rest, ensuring that the forces are transferred efficiently over the entire system. The dimensioning is carried out with our free dimensioning software RUVOLUM®.

Rhomboid mesh wire structure

Our unique mesh shape transfers forces to the nails very efficiently, preventing deformation within the system. The mesh provides the best possible stability for the geological conditions on site and can be tightly secured even on irregular terrain.

Knotted ends

These ensure that maximum stability is retained right up to the border edges, removing the need for overlap and allowing the mesh and netting to be unrolled easily and independently.

Lightweight

The high-tensile steel wire's outstanding strength-to-weight ratio makes transport and installation easier. Unstable slopes are given long-term stability with minimal visual impact.

Corrosion protection

With GEOBRUGG SUPERCOATING® or GEOBRUGG ULTRACOATING® our systems are designed to last for generations and require very little maintenance. For particulary demanding environments we offer our products in stainless steel.

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Protection systems for rockfall, debris flow, slope instability, mining, avalanche
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References

To the project
Ambolighat, Maharashtra

Ambolighat, Maharastra, India

 

Systems

SPIDER® S3-130

 

Year of installation

2014

To the project
Schänis, State Road 17

Schänis, Switzerland

 

Systems

SPIDER® S3-130

 

Year of installation

2016

To the project
Serra do Espigão

BR 116 - Santa Catarina, Brazil

 

Systems

SPIDER® S3-130
DELTAX® G80/2

 

Year of installation

2017

To the project
Tunnel de Revenez

Finhaut, Switzerland

 

Systems

SPIDER® S3-130

 

Year of installation

2016

To the project
Usaquen, Soratama

Bogotá, Colombia

 

Systems

SPIDER® S3-130

 

Year of installation

2017

To the project
Valjevo-Resnik, Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia

 

Systems

TECCO® G65/3
SPIDER® S3-130
DELTAX® G80/2
GREENAX®
GBE-100A-R

 

Year of installation

2017

To the project
Via Gellia, Derbyshire

Matlock, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

 

Systems

DELTAX® G80/2
SPIDER® S3-130

 

Year of installation

2017

Contacts

Head office and production
   

Head office and production

 

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Kevin H. Coyle
   

Kevin H. Coyle

Regional Manager Northeast

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Hydraulic Engineering
Saleh Feidi
   

Saleh Feidi

Regional Manager California

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John Kalejta
   

John Kalejta

Regional Manager Central US

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Hydraulic Engineering
Bob Lyne
   

Bob Lyne

Regional Manager Southeast

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Pierce Runnels, Civil Engineer
     

Pierce Runnels, Civil Engineer

General Manager Geobrugg North America

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Tim Shevlin
   

Tim Shevlin

Sales Director

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