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Hesco barrier, also known as Hesco bastion, Hesco defense wall, and welded gabion wall. It is a mobile defensive structure used for military and humanitarian protection. It is widely used in war zones, disaster areas, flood control, and various situations requiring the rapid deployment of protective facilities.

Composed of collapsible welded wire mesh frames and non-woven geotextile fabric, units are expanded and connected using provided connectors; they can be quickly deployed on any terrain with minimal manpower and common equipment. Once deployed, they are filled with soil, clay, sand, stones, and other materials to form a continuous defensive barrier, functioning like a defensive wall and bunker. For military purposes, a 24-inch thick gabion Hesco bastion can block rifle bullets, artillery fragments, and other shrapnel. In terms of flood control, Hesco bastions can be assembled and put into use at the fastest speed.

This product was invented and designed by the British company HESCO and was quickly accepted by military and emergency response departments around the world, becoming a well-known fast and effective protection solution.

Dongfu provides Chinese-made Hesco barriers. We use heavy-duty hot-dip galvanized steel welded mesh, lined with high-quality non-woven geotextile fabric, strictly by HESCO standards, offering stock inventory and custom services in various sizes.

Dongfu Hesco Barrier Factory

Our factory can produce 1000 sets of Hesco barriers per day, Various sizes and specifications can be customized. In addition to traditional cubes, we can also produce cylindrical bastions.

The Constituent Structure of Hesco Barrier

The fundamental structure of the Hesco barrier consists of a galvanized wire mesh frame and a heavy-duty non-woven geotextile lining. These protective units can be interconnected through connecting pins or clips, forming a continuous protective wall or defensive fortification.

Welded Steel Wire Mesh Frame

The frame is made of high-strength galvanized steel wire welded together, offering exceptional strength and durability. Also known as gabion basket/gabion box.

It can be folded when not in use or transported, and unfolded when deployed, making it very flexible.

Panel Size: 0.61×0.61m, 1x1m, 1.2×1.2m, 1.5×1.5m, or Customize to request.

Wire Diameter: 3~6mm Galvanized steel wire

Mesh Size: 2″x 2″, 3″ x 3″ (76.2mm x 76.2mm), 4″x 4″

Spring Wire Diameter: 3~6mm Hard steel wire

Joining Pins: 3~6mm Galvanized hard steel wire

Surface Treatment: Hot dipped galvanized, Electro galvanized, Al+Zn Alloy Wire

Non-woven Geotextile Lining

The interior non-woven geotextile lining is used to fill with soil, sand or other filling materials to provide additional protection and stability.

Materials: Heavy-duty non-woven polypropylene cloth

Weight: 200g/m², 300g/m², 400g/m²

Colors: It is usually beige, but can also be customized as olive green or white

non-woven polypropylene cloth Geotextile

Connection Accessories

Using these connectors, individual fort units are connected to form a continuous defensive barrier.

Spiral Wire Connection

C Clip Connection

Connecting Pin

How to Deploy HESCO Bastions?

Height and Width Reference:

Height and Width Reference

How to deploy quickly:


Move the panel to be deployed to the specified location

Simple Assembly and Deploy

The bastion is simply assembled and deployed to the designated location

Connected Together

Deploy multiple and connect them together

Fill and Compact

Fill the deployed bastion with sand, earth or stone

Add Layers If Required

Lengthening or raising of fortifications as necessary

Hesco Mil Barrier Dimensions

Unit TypeHeightWidthLengthInternal Cells
MIL 11.37m/4′ 6″1.06m/3′ 6″10m/32′9cells(4+5)
MIL 20.61m/2′0.61m/2′1.22m/4′2cells
MIL 31.0m/3′ 3″1.0m/3′ 3″10m/32′10cells(5×2)
MIL 41.0m/3 ‘3″1.5m/5′10m/32′10cells(5×2)
MIL 50.61m/2′0.61m/2′3.05m/10′5cells(5×1)
MIL 61.68m/5′ 6″0.61m/2′3.05m/10′5cells(5×1)
MIL 72.21m/7′ 3″2.13m/7′27.74m/90′13cells(4+4+5)
MIL 81.37m/4′ 6″1.22m/4′10m/32′9cells(4+5)
MIL 91.0m/3′ 3″0.76m/2′ 6″9.14m/30′12cells(6×2)
MIL 102.12m/7′1.52m/5′30.5m/95′20cells(5×4)
MIL 1.92.74m/9′1.06m/3′ 6″3.3m/11′ 3″3cells(3×1)
EPW 12.1m/7′1.06m/3′ 6″33m/108′30cells(5×6)

Why Should You Use Hesco Bastion?

The Hesco Bastion’s unique design and functionality make it excel in a variety of scenarios.

High Protection

  • The structure, once filled, has extremely high impact and blast resistance, effectively withstanding various attacks such as shell explosions, small arms fire, and shockwaves. This is why it serves as a primary feature of defensive fortifications.

Modular Design

  • The Hesco Bastion is composed of multiple units that can be interconnected through connection pins, spiral wires, or defensive clips to form a continuous protective wall or defensive fortification.

Rapid and Flexible Deployment

  • The Hesco Bastion can be quickly deployed and filled in a short time, suitable for emergency situations and rapid response requirements. It can also be adjusted in height and length according to specific needs, adapting to different terrains and protection requirements.

Various Filling Materials

  • It can be filled with a variety of materials such as soil, sand, gravel, and crushed stone to enhance protective effects. Fill materials can be found on any battlefield.

Strong Environmental Adaptability

  • It maintains stable performance in various environments, including extreme weather conditions such as high temperatures, cold, humidity, and dryness.


  • In addition to military use, it is also widely used in flood control, disaster relief, infrastructure protection, and other fields.


  • Compared with traditional concrete or masonry protective structures, the installation cost of the Hesco Bastion is lower, and it can be reused, increasing its economic viability.


  • If not severely damaged, with proper maintenance, the Hesco Bastion can be reused, extending its service life and further reducing long-term costs.

Easy to Transport

  • Each connecting unit can be folded into a compact shape, facilitating transportation and storage.

Soldiers are installing razor wire on the hesco bastion.

Hesco bastions are used for the complete wall of a small military base.

Where is it Used?

Is hesco bastion only for military use? No, Hesco Bastion demonstrates its versatility as a flexible and efficient protection system. Whether in the military, disaster prevention, infrastructure protection or border security, Hesco Bastion offers reliable and efficient solutions.

Military Protection

  • Frontline Defense Works: Constructed for defensive positions and trenches.
  • Base Protection: Safeguard military bases and camps against enemy attacks.
  • Temporary Shelters: Provide soldiers with quickly erected bulletproof shelters.
  • Observation Posts and Checkpoints: Ensure the security of posts and checkpoints.

Border Security

  • Border Barriers: Erect protective barriers along national borders to prevent illegal crossings.
  • Border Checkpoints: Provide security protection for border checkpoints.

Flood Protection and Disaster Response

  • Flood Walls: Rapidly construct flood barriers to protect residential areas from floods.
  • Disaster Area Emergency Protection: Construct temporary protection facilities and shelters after natural disasters.
  • Landslide Protection: Prevent landslides and mudslides.

Critical Infrastructure Protection

  • Airport and Port Security: Protect airport runways and port facilities from terrorist attacks and sabotage.
  • Electric Power and Communication Facilities: Protect substations and communication base stations from destruction and illegal intrusion.
  • Oil and Gas Facilities: Protect oil drilling platforms, refineries, and natural gas stations.

Humanitarian Aid

  • Refugee Camps and Shelters: Construct outer protective walls for refugee camps to ensure the safety of refugees.
  • Relief Material Warehouses: Protect humanitarian relief materials from theft and destruction.

Environmental Protection

  • Desertification Prevention: Used for windbreak and sand fixation to help prevent desertification.
  • Coastal Protection: Construct wave barriers and shoreline facilities to prevent coastal erosion.

Special Projects

  • Nuclear Facilities Protection: Protect nuclear power plants and areas for the storage of radioactive materials.
  • Chemical Storage Areas: Protect high-risk chemical storage areas from illegal intrusion and destruction.
  • Ecological Protection: Used to protect ecologically sensitive areas from external disturbances.

Logistics and Transportation Security

  • Cargo Warehouse Security: Protect logistics centers and cargo warehouses.
  • Transportation Route Security: Provide temporary security barriers for key transportation routes.
Hesco Bastion Used for Anti-Flood Wall
Hesco Bastion Used for Anti-Flood Wall
Hesco Bastion Used for Anti-Flood Barrier
Hesco Bastion Used for Anti-Flood Barrier
Concertina Wire Is Installed on Hesco Bastion for Enhanced Defense
Concertina Wire Is Installed on Hesco Bastion for Enhanced Defense
Hesco Bastion Used for Military Base Protection
Hesco Bastion Used for Military Base Protection
Concertina Wire Is Installed on Hesco Bastion for Enhanced Defense
Concertina Wire Is Installed on Hesco Bastion for Enhanced Defense
Hesco Bastion Used for Residential Protection
Hesco Bastion Used for Residential Protection
Hesco Bastion Used for Observation Post
Hesco Bastion Used for Observation Post
Hesco Bastion Used for Frontline Fortification
Hesco Bastion Used for Frontline Fortification
Hesco Bastion Used for Depot Protection
Hesco Bastion Used for Depot Protection

Packaging and Delivery

Usually, we pre-assemble the finished hesco bastions before packaging and shipping them, so you can deploy them directly by unfolding upon receipt without the need for assembly.

1. Assemble the finished product first

2. Then pack and ship

We can also ship them without assembly to save on shipping space and reduce transportation costs.


What materials can be used to fill a Hesco Bastion?

A Hesco Bastion can be filled with a variety of materials, including soil, sand and gravel, crushed stone, and more. These materials can be selected based on site conditions and protection requirements.

From Hesco website: “The type of fill material used in the construction walls significantly impacts the wall’s protective performance. Generally speaking, an ideal fill material is a sand/gravel mix. This material has good construction characteristics, but more importantly, it offers a high level of protection and is almost free from secondary fragmentation.”

The specific number of personnel required depends on the scale and complexity of the project.
From Hesco website: “Two people using appropriate material handling equipment can construct a 10-meter long wall with one MIL 1 unit in less than 20 minutes.”

A filled Hesco Bastion has extremely high impact resistance and blast protection capabilities, effectively withstanding various attacks such as artillery fire, bombs, small arms fire, and shock waves.

From the Hesco website:


Yes, Hesco Bastions can be reused. If the Hesco bastion barriers you deploy have not suffered significant damage, they can be redeployed in future projects after proper disassembly and storage, further enhancing cost-effectiveness.

Hesco Bastion, made with high-strength galvanized steel wire and durable non-woven fabric materials, can last for decades with proper maintenance and care.

Hesco Bastion has a low maintenance requirement. Regularly check if the filling material has obvious settlement or damage, and replenish or repair in time.

Hesco Bastion is designed to withstand a variety of extreme environmental conditions, including high temperatures, cold, humidity, and dry environments. Its high-strength materials and structure ensure that it can maintain stable performance under harsh conditions.

Yes, Hesco Bastions are widely used as flood walls, debris flow protection, and other natural disaster defenses. Their rapid deployment and high strength make them excellent in dealing with natural disasters.

The materials and manufacturing processes used by Hesco Bastion comply with environmental standards, and its filling materials are usually natural soil or sand and gravel, which have a relatively small impact on the environment. The units can also be reused after use, reducing the generation of waste.

The production process involves the welding of galvanized wire mesh frames, cutting and sewing of non-woven fabric liners, and the final assembly. Each step is subject to strict quality control to ensure the product’s high strength and durability.

Yes, Hesco Bastion can be folded into a compact shape, making it convenient for transportation and storage. In the unfilled state, the unit occupies less space, making it easy to stack and carry.

We produce strictly according to the HESCO quality standards, and we also provide customers with products of higher quality than HESCO, such as hot-dip galvanized coatings with higher zinc content and thicker non-woven geotextiles.

Cost, the biggest advantage of being made in China is cost; the HESCO bastion we provide has a lower cost than HESCO while ensuring quality.

Production capacity: 10,000 sets / 10 days
Stock specifications: 1*1*1, 2*1*1, 2*0.5*0.6, available for shipment on the same day, with 3,000 sets of each specification in stock.