Bosch Beton retaining walls can be used in a variety of ways. Whether for a silage clamp or for manure storage, scrap metal, sand, pulp, or anything else. They can also be used to create a driveway or parking area, as soil or water retaining or to compensate for height differences. Whatever the question or the problem is, however complicated, together we will find the best tailor-made solution for your situation.
Traffic loads and passages such as driveways, car parks, waste disposal facilities and embankments can be solved with retaining walls of various types and sizes.
Our retaining walls are often part of major changes in and around railways. For example, the entrance to stations or the replacement of platform walls.
Storage systems such as a trench silo, a hall at a farmer’s premises, bulk storage or an environmental site are easy to create using retaining walls. Both in the agricultural and GWW sectors.
Retaining walls can also serve as a dividing wall, a subtle terrain fencing or to block the view of a less attractive view. Whether or not they simultaneously serve as soundproofing or burglar alarms.
Good roughage is the basis for everything. To reduce losses and limit the purchase of additional roughage, a good silage clamp is important.
A retaining wall retains (excess) water and prevents flooding.
A clean, orderly and profitable raw material storage is of great importance for the biogas digester. With retaining walls, you are guaranteed a maximum return on your raw materials.
Round, bevelled, coloured, thickened, with structure or radius? Or the bio retaining wall with insect shelters and cut-outs for planting. There is a solution for every demand.
Retaining walls are very suitable for absorbing differences in height, for example at a bridge or viaduct. Or to create a level difference in a garden.
For manure storage, a silage clamp can be quickly realised with Bosch Beton retaining walls. Accessories such as pigeon-holes and plates make the storage complete and ready for use.
The biogas plant in Dartford, Kent, UK, wanted a trench silo with vertical walls. Bosch Beton’s concrete retaining walls provided security for the future.
In Nispen in Brabant we have installed two silage clamps with our retaining walls. The silage clamps are 28 metres long, in which the dairy farmer stores grass and maize
In Sprang Capelle, a farmer wanted to combine the space behind a stable with an entrance next to the stable. Our retaining walls created a unique silage clamp with an angle of 118 degrees