Gabion Walls

Gabion Walls are structures made by filling wire mesh baskets or cages with stones or other durable materials. They are commonly used in civil engineering and landscaping for erosion control, retaining walls, and decorative structures.


  • Flexibility: Can adapt to the natural terrain and withstand ground movement.
  • Drainage: Allows water to pass through, reducing hydrostatic pressure.
  • Durable Construction: Made of galvanized steel or other corrosion-resistant materials.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: Offers a natural and rustic appearance when filled with stones.
  • Erosion Control: Effective in preventing soil erosion in various environmental conditions.


  • Architectural: Used in building facades, sunscreens, and decorative elements.
  • Industrial: Applied in machinery, filtration, and structural support.
  • Security: Utilized for fencing, gates, and barriers.
  • Walkways and Platforms: Provides a non-slip surface for walkways and elevated platforms.

Variants with Technical Specifications:

Welded Gabion
    • Mesh Type: Welded wire mesh panels.
    • Mesh Size: Typically 2 inches by 4 inches.
    • Wire Diameter: Commonly 3 mm to 5 mm.
    • Panel Dimensions: Customizable based on project requirements.
Woven Gabion
    • Mesh Type: Woven wire mesh.
    • Mesh Size: Varies, commonly 2 inches by 2 inches.
    • Wire Diameter: Typically 2.7 mm to 3.4 mm.
    • Basket Dimensions: Customizable based on project requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Can Gabion Walls be used in coastal areas?

Yes, they are suitable for coastal protection against erosion.

How long do Gabion Walls last?

The lifespan depends on environmental conditions and maintenance but can be several decades.

Are there color options for Gabion Walls?

The natural color of the stones inside provides the aesthetic appeal, but the mesh baskets are usually galvanized or coated for corrosion resistance.