Our practical experience has been the basis for the development of the Root Guiding Support system. In practice, we often see that environmental factors determine if a tree grid is still well leveled after 10 years.
The RGS system has a number of key features:
Free overload for the grid.
No separate steel support structure is required. This saves material and gives the roots of the tree more space.
Closed edge construction
• Concrete supports are no longer needed. The steel profile provides an impenetrable shield between roots and pavement.
• The edge segments are interconnected to a rigid whole. This provides maximum stability throughout the years.
Support on the outside of the grid.
In traditional systems, concrete supports are placed under the grid. This has the disadvantage that the available space for the roots is at least 20cm smaller than the grid size.
maximizing growing space en stability