Concrete Canvas is part of a revolutionary class of construction materials called Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mats (GCCMs). Concrete Canvas provides effective, durable and long-term weed suppression.
Available in bulk and batched rolls, Concrete Canvas is thoroughly tested and proven to supply a weed control lining for rail, road, petrochemical, agriculture, public works, utilities and defence projects across the globe. CC has been tested against weed suppression and root penetration resistance according to DD CEN/TS 14416:2005.
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Concrete Canvas is a durable weed control solution with a minimum design life of 50 years in the UK climate, once set. The product provides a long-lasting, fibre-reinforced, waterproof concrete layer to suppress weed and vegetation growth. Concrete Canvas prevents a range of weeds and wildflowers from growing, including those that are notoriously difficult to control.
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Effective weed suppressant
Concrete Canvas is used in limited access sites and projects involving road and railways to prevent weeds from growing in drainage systems and where knotweed is on site. For Oil & Gas applications, CC offers long-term, durable hydrocarbon resistance. It prevents corrosion of pipework from vegetation growth and when used to provide weed suppression under pipe tracks and bands, provides clear leak detection visibility.
Durable weed control solution
With a guarantee of lasting for more than 120 years, Concrete Canvas is a durable weed control solution that has longevity. Its strength gives its ability to not only prevent corrosion, but withstand vegetation growth too.
As well as being an effective weed control solution, Concrete Canvas is also completely waterproof. The PVC backing provides a waterproof alternative to traditional concrete that withstands all weather conditions.
We supply hand-portable batched rolls of Concrete Canvas that can be dispensed and cut to the size and length you need it. It can also be used for different projects and is suitable for a range of environments.
Concrete Canvas is a low-carbon alternative to traditional concrete. It also safeguards the environment, causing less damage to the terrain by preventing soil erosion and reducing pollution compared to conventional concreting methods.
Sectors that use Concrete Canvas weed control application
Concrete Canvas is widely used in a range of sectors to prevent weed growth on terrains and infrastructures. Our beneficial weed suppression qualities make Concrete Canvas an attractive product for rail, road, public works, agriculture and petrochemical sectors.
Why choose Concrete Canvas for weed control?
Concrete Canvas is renowned for its quick and easy installation process. Our product can be laid up to 10 times faster than most concrete alternatives and doesn’t involve complications associated with installing poured or sprayed concretes on steep slopes.
It can be installed rapidly without the requirement of specialist training, contractors or equipment.
BBA certified with 120-year durability (when used for erosion control applications), Concrete Canvas is a more cost-effective option in the long term compared to other traditional concrete used as weed control solutions.
Lack of damage risk
Unlike other concrete alternatives, such as poured or sprayed concrete, Concrete Canvas can be installed without damaging existing sensitive infrastructure and the environment as there is no rebound etc.
What our clients say
Concrete Canvas is a trusted product used by many industries as a weed control application to successfully suppress weeds in drainage systems, pipework, railway tracks, roadworks and more.
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Contact us to enquire about using Concrete Canvas as a weed control application for your project. Our extensive experience and knowledge of our products allow us to advise on the most suitable weed application.
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