Renault pads are usually ready for installation in river flood protection. For transportation, Renault padding must be folded into a flat surface. It is then put in place and opened. The appropriate stones are then placed in the cage to fasten the lid. , and then tied up each Renault pads and adjacent lead cages.
Renault pads are manufactured according to standard specifications: cushion thickness from 100 mm to 300 mm, cage height 0.5 m to 1 m, cage length and cage width from 1 to 4 m.
Renault pads have mesh sizes from 60*80 mm to 120*150 mm.
The diameter of the galvanized wire used for braiding is 2mm to 4mm. The thicker the wire used. Thicker wire is used around the edges, and it should be at least as firm and durable as the tying of the Renault pads when it is closed. If the parts are properly lashed, the stability of the structure can be increased.
There are a number of grid edges. If the wire cage is hooked on the side of the cage but not on the side of the cage, it is easy to loosen.
When pebbles are placed in the Renault pads, pebbles with a particle size of not less than 10 cm are used on the exposed surfaces and are laid out by hand to obtain a beautiful surface and to prevent water flow to wash the pebbles away from the mesh. It should be ensured that the overfilled stone is 2.5-3cm high in order to leave room for sinking. In order to adapt to the shape of the stone, the Renault pad must be cut off. Care should be taken to ensure that the Renault pads that are re-ligated after cutting off are as strong as those that were not cut off. Renault padding usually puts better stones on the periphery, avoiding poor stones filling the center. Because of this, poorly shaped stones can squeeze over Renault pads and are washed away by water. Finally, Xiao Bian reminded everyone here that Renault pads will be filled with stone under the top cover, and then the two overlapping frames will be screwed tightly with a tie line. The pitch should not be greater than 50 mm. Pads are filled with 10-15cm of humus for vegetation growth.
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