Weathered Steel Garden Edge | Weathering Steel Edging
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Our high grade weathering steel has a unique look and naturally oxidizing finish.
Weathering steels are a group of steel alloys which were developed to remove the need for painting which form a stable rust-like appearance when exposed to the elements.
Supplied in it’s raw state, please allow 6-8 weeks for oxidation to occur.
- 1075mm lengths (1m sections with a 75mm interlock overlap)
- 100 mm height.
- Thickness (gauge) is 2mm
- Spikes are 95mm long (x7 spikes per metre length)
- Weight per length – 1.6kg
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PLEASE ALLOW 5-7 DAYS DELIVERY
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While simply acting as a separator of two different areas, rusting metal garden edging is considered a design secret of professional landscapers. The corten lawn edging keeps plants and garden materials in place.
It also separates grass and pathways to give off a clean-cut and organised look that makes rusted garden edging visually appealing.
DEFINES YOUR GARDEN
The rust finish complements any existing Cor-Ten features and brings an element of history to the garden. Very effective at controlling grass runners – when 30mm of the actual edge as well as the spikes is hammered into the ground it creates an effective barrier that will stop the runners invading paths or garden beds.
Rusted garden edging
Rusted garden edging can be made of bare cold rolled steel or Corten steel. The steel used for our lawn edging is made of strong, long lasting, and durable Corten/A606-4 Steel.
Corten steel has a significantly longer lifespan than bare cold rolled steel. It will hold its shape and not bend under pressure.
The beautiful rustic finish of Corten Landscape Edging and Stakes will allow it to seamlessly blend into many different landscape styles.
What is Weathering Steel (Corten Steel)?
Weathering steel, best-known under COR-TEN steel and sometimes written without the hyphen as “Corten steel”, is a group of steel alloys which were developed to eliminate the need for painting, and form a stable rust-like appearance if exposed to the weather for several years.
“Weathering” means that due to their chemical compositions, these steels exhibit increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion compared to other steels.
This is because the steel forms a protective layer on its surface under the influence of the weather. The corrosion-retarding effect of the protective layer is produced by the particular distribution and concentration of alloying elements in it.
The layer protecting the surface develops and regenerates continuously when subjected to the influence of the weather. In other words, the steel is allowed to rust in order to form the ‘protective’ coating.
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- Australia: Free delivery, 5-7 days
- New Zealand: Free delivery, 7-10 days
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You will be sent a receipt for your order by email after payment is made. You will also receive a confirmation email with a tracking number once your item has been shipped.
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