The Gabions are steel wire cages that vary in sizes and are designing to abate the destructive forces of erosion. Gabions are unique woven by twisting each pair of wires two and half times continuously providing the inherent strength and flexibility required for improving land resources. Gabion cages are designing to contain query run or river run stones available at the site of erection or form a nearby query. Cages are stacked to construct structures of great durability and flexibility.
The structure is capable of carrying stress in biaxial tension. Gabion cages are not merely containers of stone, but since each unit is secure connected to adjacent cage during construction, the wire mesh is monolithic through the structure in three dimensions, from top to bottom, end to end, and from outer face to inner face.