Maccaferri MacCell is a versatile cellular containment system designed to deliver effective erosion control by stabilizing layers of soil on slopes.
Its cellular structure is made from a highly permeable and durable geosynthetic material that is easy to install and secure. MacCell is easily transported to site in its collapsed form and is opened out on site and secured in place. Topsoil (or other media) is placed into the cells of MacCell on the slope confining it, and preventing it from slumping down the slope.
MacCell is often used to secure a layer of topsoil and promote the growth of vegetation on surfaces that would otherwise not sustain grass or plants (eg. steep or “rocky” slopes).