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Hard Plastic Mesh


Our Hard Plastic Mesh is commonly used to reinforce turf for many different applications from cut through access by pedestrians and cars, or walking paths, to grass road access for your classic car to get to a detached garage.

It is available in three different grades to meet your turfs needs. The light duty option (standard grade) is made from HDPE extruded-designed plastic mesh. This is great for occasional over flow parking, pathways, off leash dog areas, and more.

Medium and Heavy grade plastic turf reinforcement grid is great for more frequently used parking areas or access to a detached garage.

Our Heavy grade option is made from a coextrusion of two polymers: High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) to give structure to the roll and Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate (EVA) to increase slip resistance while improving traction.

The three mesh options are Standard Grade, Medium Grade, and Heavy Grade. The added benefit to the Heavy Grade is that it is ADA Compliant.

The Standard Grade is constructed from HDPE plastic, and the Medium and Heavy Grade are HDPE with EVA which provides added traction and grip capabilities.

  • Standard Grade is an designed for occasional personal vehicle overflow parking areas.
  • Medium Grade is ideal for semi-frequent parking.

  • Heavy Grade can be used for areas where cars are frequently parked including including RV parking areas.

Why Buy Tenax Grass Protection Mesh?
Tenax mesh has been installed on thousands of installations throughout the world for over a decade. The mesh is designed for long term use and is constructed with a high standard of quality control. When you buy Tenax you are buying professional-grade mesh, not "economy-grade" mesh.

Product Information

  • Model: Grass Protection Mesh - Various Grade Options
  • Size: Various
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  • Volume Pricing on Orders $6,500+
  • Questions? Call (800) 621-5381

Product Features

  • Helps protect grass areas for turf damage
  • Easy to install
  • Permeable
Turf Staples - 500 Count
Turf Staples - 500 Count

Turf Staples - 500 Count



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HDPE Plastic Overview

HDPE has superb qualities for use in a number of applications. This plastic has a huge range of uses from industrial equipment to designing boats. Discovering the best plastic for your specific project takes a good understanding of the material and its benefits. If you are interested in learning more about plastic for your current or future project, here's a guide you should read.

Hard Plastic Bottles

Bottles Made of HDPE

About HDPE

Also known as High-Density Polyethylene, this is a thermoplastic polymer manufactured from petroleum and is considered one of the strongest, most flexible plastics available to date. HDPE is recognized for its resistance to chemicals, strength, and resistance to water absorption.

This material is available in solid flat surfaces but is so flexible it can be shaped into different forms. It's commonly used for injection molding and 3D printing. Due to its thermoplastic exposure to high heat, it can be easily shaped and formed to fit your needs.

What HDPE Is Used For

Because HDPE is safe for food and beverages, it's used to make bottles and food packaging. If in the form of sheets, this is an ideal product for cutting boards and food preparation surfaces. It's also used for storage containers such as tanks for storing oil, water, and waste.

Because HDPE is able to hold up against impact and friction, it's very popular in the industrial sectors for rails and guides in manufacturing facilities. It's also constantly used in factories and processing centers dealing with chemicals and potentially corrosive materials because it will not break down when exposed to these elements. HDPE is also used for chemical storage and pipes that move liquids throughout the facilities.

HDPE is used for marine applications due to its resistance to low water absorption and high impact. It's especially used in rails, trims, and accessories for boats and docks. This plastic holds up extremely well against direct contact with water as well as outdoor elements. These situations are just a few reasons why HDPE is the chosen product. HDPE has shown to be a great choice in just about all applications where strength, moisture, and chemical resistance are very important.

HDPE Benefits

The examples listed above are just a few reasons for using HDPE but there are many benefits and other qualities that make this product stand out from the crowd. These qualities include water and chemical resistance, strength, and flexibility.

When listing its benefits, let's start with its strength -

Its incredible strength-to-density ratio simply means it can resist breaking under pressure. Therefore, it's perfect for holding heavy materials and large quantities of liquid without showing any signs of wear or damage.

Hard Plastic Pipes


Durability & Approval Rates -

Also, HDPE's density implies it is not likely to absorb the material it is holding. In turn, this makes containers for liquids are perfect matches. HDPE resists corrosion, mildew, mold, and rotting. The material is super durable in many different environments. On top of that, it resists weather conditions, will last a long time, and is immune to so many solvents including grease, wax, and acids. HDPE has been approved for many uses and in many industries. Many regulation organizations have found HDPE a safe choice for foods and beverages including the USDA, FDA, and NSF. As NDPE has been approved, it's safe for food so it can be used in containers and for preparation surfaces that come in contact with food and beverages without absorbing moisture or taking in any chemicals, or other materials.

Easy To Shape -

HDPE is very easy to mold and shape into a given container or other items. Due to its high melting point, HDPE will remain stringent unless the temperature goes beyond the recommended setting. Once the material hits the melting point, you can shape it into whatever form you need. In its sheet form, it can be fashioned into a variety of forms by cutting, drawing, routing, welding, riveting, milling, as well as hot and cold forming.

HDPE Pellets

Plastic Pellets

In Conclusion

HDPE or High-Density Polyethylene has proven over and over to be one of the very best, most flexible materials on the market. The elements in HDPE have led many industrial operations and especially food and packaging operations clamoring for this product with no end in sight. Its range reaches all the way to the plastic used on boats and docks.