Steel edging bands
Individual path edging bands and lawn edgings made of metal
Metal path edging bands and lawn edging have been used in a variety of ways in gardening and landscaping for more than 100 years. They classically define paths, lawns or flowerbeds and provide clear lines and clean edges in gardens, parks and public spaces. Our Gartenmetall® system EASY-LINER is developed for the requirements of professional gardening and landscaping as well as for road construction and civil engineering and is already adapted ex works to the individual requirements on site.
We offer the steel edging bands which are made of Corten steel, stainless steel,colour-coated stainless steel or hot-dip galvanised steel as standard in three-metre lengths, in heights up to 350 mm and in thicknesses up to 12 mm. However, special dimensions, reinforced surfaces, curves and various connection options are always manufactured according to the customer’s specifications.
The steel bands can be directly hammered into the ground. More stable is anchoring with welded flat anchors, with flat iron anchors for plugging in or for highest loads with L-profile and flat anchors for hammering in.
The elements can be easily bent by machine and can thus be used for example as prefabricated modules for farm gardens. Manual bending on site is only possible to a limited extent and depends on the material thickness.
More ideas from the category SOIL you can find here.
Typical applications for
- road construction/trail edging/trail boundaries
- edging for planting and raised beds up to 350 mm *)
- tree edging
- lawn edges
- terrace enclosures
- cobblestone enclosures
- boundaries for gravels
- farmer gardens
*) For raised beds from 350 mm height we recommend the TERRESTA planting trough system, the TERRA PALA soil support walls or also our RONDA planting rings.
Tip: CORTENSTEEL-LINERs as a snail and slug barrier
Did you know that corten steel is an almost impossible obstacle for snails? The patina contains small amounts of copper (<1%) which stops snails and slugs from creeping and makes them turn away. This results in the ideal use of the Corten steel LINER for a vegetable garden.
EASY-LINER and ECO-LINER
- variant production
- many dimensions available
- no/hardly any adjustments necessary on site
- stainless steel or colour-coated stainless steel also available
- more expensive than ECO-LINER
- more complex handling
- only basic modules without additional options available from stock
Different options for
the EASY-LINER edging bands
Our steel edging bands are not just simple metal bands as we have almost perfected them for professional gardening and landscaping: We offer you various connection options so that the tapes butt together stably, e.g. with fork lug or screw lug.
3) Top and reinforcement options
Mounting examples -
flat iron anchor for insertion
Our plug-in steel edging stakes are made of high quality corten steel, accurately beveled and produced with prestress for the blocking linkage with the liners. The edging stakes can be fixed into the ground in advance or they can be installed together with the liners. This work can be done so easily that there is no need for precise pre-planning in the case of simple constrution projects because everything can be adapted on site.
Mounting example - corner connection I
- Corner: two base modules joined, connected with corner anchor in the corner
- or: Pre-bent corner, mounted with two flat iron anchors
Farmer garden module made of
prefabricated EASY-LINER edging bands
Planning your farm garden or herb bed can be this simple and quick: Select the module, determine the edge length, sheet thickness and radius or diameter – done! For a complete farmer garden you need four edge modules and one to three rings. You receive ready-welded corner modules which are reinforced with cross struts for greater stability if required. In this way, the farm garden can be quickly constructed from just a few elements.
Instruction for installation
Our steel bands made of Corten steel, stainless steel, hot-dip galvanised steel or colour-coated stainless steel can be anchored stably in the ground in just a few steps. Here you can see how it works and what you need to keep in mind.