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TECCO® GREEN is the combination of our hightensile steel wire mesh TECCO® G65/3 and an erosion protection mat. As a special solution within the TECCO® SYSTEM3, this innovative combination is used to stabilize slopes, dams, and cuttings. At the same time it provides protection against surface erosion and supports vegetation growth – all on a particularly high level of efficiency and performance.



For sustainable and economic slope stabilization: In this combination, the unique TECCO® G65/3 mesh made of high-tensile steel wire as substructure provides a slope stabilization solution that can be dimensioned. At the same time, the integrated erosion protection mat advantages vegetation growth. Before plant growth starts the green color of the mesh assures an unobtrusive aspect in environment.

Voluminous structure

The polypropylene erosion protection mat has an optimum volume and thickness (400 g/m2) with regard to retention capacity and permeability for hydroseeding.

Supports natural growth

The first plants can root shortly after installation. As a result, the slope is quickly protected against erosion processes.


Like all TECCO® meshes, the combined solution unrolls smoothly and in one single workflow, adapting perfectly to the surface.


TECCO® GREEN G65/3 boasts the following features:

High-tensile steel wire mesh

1770 N / mm²'den daha fazla mukavemete sahip yüksek gerilimli çelik telden yapılmıştır. Yüksek ön gerdirme sayesinde güvenilir bir şev stabilizasyonu sağlar.

Harmonized system

Fully integrated into the TECCO® SYSTEM3, force transmission is guaranteed in the entire system. Dimensioning is done with our free online RUVOLUM® tool

Two products in one

Two functional units are installed in a single process. The integrated erosion protection mat is protected against damage during installation.

Green erosion protection mat

Unobtrusive after installation, it heats up less than black mats in the sunlight and promotes plant growth.


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