Wet Corrals & Stables No More
Diamond Grid is the solution to drying up those corrals and pens for your cattle, horses and all other livestock.
Diamond Grid Specs
- Size: 560mm x 900mm x 40mm or 22" x 35" x 1.6"
- Weight: 3.2kg or 7lbs
- Empty Panels - 60,000 lbs per sqft or 300 tonnes per m2
- Panels Filled with an Aggregate - 200,000 lbs per sqft or 1000 tonnes per m2
- Coverage Per Panel: 0.5 m2 or 5.38 sqft
- 96% permeable to allow moisture to flow through the panels.
Install Diamond Grid to allow those areas in front of your feed bunkers, day pens, around your watering bowls and high traffic areas through gates and chutes.
Diamond Grid is made of 100% recycled plastic and is 96% permeable to allow water to drain through the panels, yet provides a very strong and dry area for your livestock. Your cattle will no longer need to stand in mud up to their knees while feeding. High traffic areas remain dry and solid for you, your equipment and your livestock.
Keep your paddocks and pens dry for your prize horses, allowing water and fluids to drain through Diamond Grid. Reduce the time it takes to clean out those pens and reduce bedding and when you aren't dealing with mud and water.
Diamond Grid can be quickly snapped together and filled with an aggregate of your choice to create a dry floor with a rating of up to 200,000 lbs per sqft. Strong enough to support the heaviest of equipment.
Need a floor for your shed or barn? Diamond Grid is a DIY installation. It's quick, easy and so simple, you can do it yourself if desired! The result is a floor as strong as cement.
Need a concrete floor or pad? Use Diamond Grid and fill with concrete to create a super strong concrete pad. No forms, no rebar, less labour, no contest!!
We have Diamond Grid on sale until year end. Buy now and save and be ready for spring!
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Posted Friday, December 06, 2019
Expires in 19 days (Sunday, October 18)