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  • Products | Tensile Design & Construct
    and is suitable for most other land animal species with the size and resilience of the structure able to be adjusted to suit For assistance with Webnet mesh for zoo enclosures contact Tensile To download a PDF copy of the Webnet mesh zoo enclosures catalogue click here Jakob INOX Line Jakob Rope Systems are the producers of the Jakob INOX line range of wire rope and rod fittings For more than 100 years Jakob have strived for product innovation and the INOX line range is testament to that with terminals and connections providing an unlimited range of applications The INOX line range contains stainless steel wire and rods for use in tensile structures and applications it caters for 2mm to 20mm wire diameters with a complete range of fittings for each and 6mm to 24mm stainless rods The parts are suitable for use in the balustrade green facade tension structures and membrane structure industries or any situation where a tensile member is required INOX line offers form and function and above all flexibility For assistance with Jakob INOX line contact Tensile To download a PDF copy of the Jakob INOX line catalogue click here Jakob INOX line Green Solutions The Jakob Inox Line Green Solutions catalogue takes some of the best elements of the INOX range and packages them together with a common 4mm diameter wire size and an M8 thread size creating a catalogue that is essential for domestic to small commercial scale greening The common wire and thread size makes the whole range adaptable to each other providing maximum flexibility in design and ensuring the correct trellis is created for your project and the selected plant species Jakob have provided information on plant selection appropriate systems to match with your choice along with preliminary loading advice and maintenance

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  • News | Tensile Design & Construct
    safety in handrail construction Inviss Webnet frames are supplied read more 9th April 2013 Project Update Green Facades One Central Park The first climbers for the One Central Park green facades were planted during December Two months on the result of 2 years of hard work is starting to show Tensile has over read more 22nd February 2013 Tensile Announces Victorian Partner Tensile Design Construct is pleased announce MacDonald Marine as our Victorian partner MacDonald Marine provide an unparallelled service and experience having worked on iconic projects such as read more 29th January 2013 Tensile wins Webnet Mesh Carpark facade Tensile has secured the design and construction of a 3000m² Webnet stainless steel mesh facade for the new Nepean Hospital multistory car park The 94 open area of the flexible stainless steel mesh facade enables read more 13th December 2012 Green Facades Current research projects Tensile Design Construct will this month complete the installation of a 72m² green facade for Melbourne University Burnley Campus the green facade forms part of a research project being undertaken by read more 5th November 2012 Green facades at Goulburn St carpark Tensile has been selected to take part in the green facades trial at Sydney s Goulburn St carpark Initiated by the City of Sydney the trial will be used as a blue print to assess various green facade systems for their read more 23rd July 2012 Webnet for Balustrades Here at Tensile Webnet ranks amongst the most multi talented items within our range To name just a few key applications it is the material of choice for animal enclosures and aviaries for sports and playground fencing for safety barriers that prevent falls and for facade greening as a climber trainer read more 9th May 2012 Green facades in small spaces Tensile has been

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  • Tensile: Links | Tensile Design & Construct
    Green Roofs Australia is a not for profit industry association for the promotion of green roofs and walls within Australia Among its members are government organisations universities designers and suppliers of green roof and wall technology ASSDA The Australian stainless steel development association is a not for profit industry association that promotes the use of stainless steel it has over 150 members across various industries On the site can be

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  • Tensile: Contact us | Tensile Design & Construct
    News Links Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Pinterest Contact Us If you have any questions regarding Tensile s products or services or would like to leave a comment complete the form below or give Tensile a call Your Name required Your Email required Subject Your Message Latest Projects Location PO Box 967 Mona Vale 2103 NSW 0424 176 663 email info tensile com au About People Our Philosophy Client List Projects

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  • Webnet Mesh, tensioned facade feature | Tensile Design & Construct
    2000 aluminum triangles attached Located right on the motorway the Webnet forms a light weight semi transparent billboard The triangles have been coated with a reflective film so they remain iridescent either at night or day This is a wonderful facade feature that could be utilised in so many ways from car park facades factory walls blank service shafts or corporate branding The options are endless to customise this with any colour possible for the triangle shapes or indeed any other type of shape font or characters The use of Webnet mesh as the sub structure means there will be minimal load applied to an existing building so retro fitting is most certainly achievable with an open area of well over 70 this feature would not suffer the same wind forces of a more traditional signage or tensioned banner Innovation is the key and Tensile Design Construct are experts at innovation contact us today to talk further about how to apply this feature to your building Featured Project Green Facades Green Facade Bondi Apartments Market Town Shopping Centre Green Facade Sihlcity Carpark Facade Slowakei Pergola MFO Park Lighting Solutions Catenary Lighting Abercrombie Lane Art About 2012 Vivid Sydney 2012 Catenary

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  • Green Facade growth rates, what can you expect? | Tensile Design & Construct
    facade created by the building s aspect The Western facade has seen extraordinary amounts of growth especially the southern edge of this but as you get closer to the North the growth rates have declined The perceived reasons for this are two fold wind and solar exposure combined with reflected heat from the glazed facade Broadway which runs continuous through the city via George Street is a long urban canyon which funnels the wind straight off the harbor These higher wind levels combined with the longer solar exposure is creating a more severe climate in which the plants are grown Another factor which can be attributed to the different growth rates is the time of planting The western side was planted first in spring when conditions for planting are more ideal The northern facade was planted in the summer months when the conditions were less optimal and a greater chance of transplant shock occurring this factor too may have slowed the initial and subsequent growth of plants grown on this side of the building Factors such as irrigation and soil are negated in this instance as both have been designed specifically for the site The irrigation system is automatically controlled whilst the growing medium was designed specifically for the project and is the same across all planter beds Likewise the quality of the plant stock The planting palette was specifically chosen for the conditions of the site and pre grown off site under conditions that would ready them for site this was done so as the plants didn t undergo too much transplanting stress when planted out A great example of a successfully designed and planted green facade is SihlCity Shopping Centre carpark in Zurich Switzerland Our partner Jakob Rope Systems was responsible for managing the project including the design

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  • Jakob Webnet Mesh | Tensile Design & Construct
    316 stainless steel these new Webnet tubular frames area available as tube Ø 26 9mm and rectangular 20 x 20mm or 30 x 30mm All frames come with Webnet mesh rope Ø 1 5mm Webnet mesh apertures from 40mm through to 100mm area available with the Inviss frames For further information on Jakob Webnet Inviss frames or a quotation please contact Tensile News Archive Tensile wins Webnet mesh contract for

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  • Green Facades @ One Central Park | Tensile Design & Construct
    in early January some climbers had already grown 3m up the cables and the majority have done well over the summer break considering the high temperatures we have had in Sydney The enormous 100 tonne Heliostat was also recently installed the first of its kind on a building in Australia We are very excited about seeing the end product on One Central Park with the green facades in full growth

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