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TECCO®: Your slope made stable

Safety, cost-effectiveness, and sustainability: These are the qualities that have made the several million square meters of the TECCO® installed to date an unparalleled global success story. TECCO® mesh, featuring 2 mm, 3 mm or 4 mm wire made from high-tensile steel, can be used to stabilize virtually any kind of slope, whether it consists of rock or loose soil. Coupled with either of three different sized spike plates, the TECCO® offers an attractive nail grid and, therefore, maximum efficiency during installation.

High-tensile steel wire

One 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.

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 present on your 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.

Harmonized system

Each system element is designed to work in perfect harmony with the others, ensuring that the system transfers forces efficiently. Our RUVOLUM® dimensioning software is used to optimize the interactions within the system.

Corrosion protection

The corrosion protection of our systems will last for generations. So that our customers will benefit from low maintenance costs. For particularly demanding environments we offer out products in stainless steel. 

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.

Smaller mesh width for soil

TECCO® G45/2 with a smaller opening size and 2 mm wire diameter is unobtrusive and stabilizes slopes with very fine loose soil. All parameters are harmonized to the P25 spike plate and the other components of TECCO® the product family.

Videos

TECCO® SYSTEM3 Full Scale Field Test 2014
An alternative explanation of what we are doing
Protection systems for rockfall, debris flow, slope instability, mining, avalanche
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TECCO® System Movie_de
TECCO® System Movie_en
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References

To the project
Cinque Terre: reopens the Via dell'Amore

Riomaggiore, La Spezia, Italy

 

Systems

TECCO® G65/4
ROCCO-1000
ROCCO-2000
ROCCO-3000

 

Year of installation

2023

To the project
Maconde Cliff

Mauritius, Mauritius

 

Systems

TECCO® G65/3

 

Year of installation

2023

To the project
Northchurch

Northchurch, United Kingdom

 

Systems

TECCO® G45/2

 

Year of installation

2023

To the project
Álvaro Casanova

La Reina, Chile

 

Systems

TECCO® GREEN G65/3

 

Year of installation

2022

To the project
Jenolan Caves

Jenolan, Australia

 

Systems

TECCO® G65/3

 

Year of installation

2021

To the project
Cwmavon Landslide

Cwmavon, Neath Port talbot, United Kingdom

 

Systems

TECCO® GREEN G65/3

 

Year of installation

2018

To the project
Laúca Hydro Power Plant

Laúca, Angola

 

Systems

TECCO® G65/3

 

Year of installation

2017

To the project
Tumbak Bayuh Temple, Bali

Bali, Indonesia

 

Systems

TECCO® G65/3

 

Year of installation

2017

To the project
Bassin d'Antiquailles - Tranchée rocheuse

Nîmes, France

 

Systems

TECCO® G65/3

 

Year of installation

2022

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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Hydraulic Engineering
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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