Retaining Walls Can Be 15 Feet Reinforced and 10 Feet Unreinforced

Belgard Hardscapes' Mega-Tandem Mass Retaining Wall (MRW) blockBelgard Hardscapes' Mega-Tandem Mass Retaining Wall (MRW) block

Belgard Hardscapes' Mega-Tandem Mass Retaining Wall (MRW) block

Belgard Hardscapes’ Mega-Tandem Mass Retaining Wall (MRW) block

Belgard Hardscapes has introduced the Mega-Tandem Mass Retaining Wall (MRW) block, a versatile wall block system with the natural look of stone whose size and mechanical structure allow for building reinforced walls up to 15-feet high and gravity walls up to 10 feet without reinforcing. This is ideal for wall projects where it is difficult to impossible to excavate for stabilization for a retaining walls.

Mega-Tandem features a patent-pending, positive mechanical connection. The reinforced polypropylene connecting members create structural integrity in curved or straight retaining and freestanding walls. Available in a 12 by 24 panels weighing 65 pounds, the system has a running bond configuration so no patterns are required.

Meeting ASTM standards (C-1372 and C-1262), Mega-Tandem’s 8500 psi compressive strength concrete makes it suitable across the country, even the coldest environments where it can withstand harsh freeze-thaw cycles.

Mega-Tandem also offers national appeal because of design diversity that appeals to varying regional color trends. Available in three color blends, Mega-Tandem comes in 12 different facial textures with the classic look of natural chiseled stone.

www.Belgard.com

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