• $19.70/ Grid

Mud Control Grids

An instant, simple solution to muddy spots

Mud Control Grids are excellent for either a backyard or horse paddock. Also, an ideal solution for agricultural projects, construction sites, access routes, and more! They provide ground reinforcement and allow water drainage through them at the same time.

They are

  • durable
  • portable
  • reusable

Dimensions and weight

Length and width: 19 5/8 inches (1.63 ft.) Holes: 2". Weight/grid: 14.77 lbs.

The pallet dimensions are 45 inches L x 45 inches W and 91 inches tall. The total weight is 2,475 lbs.

Mud Control Grids' coverage

4 grids = 10.76 square feet. 1 grid = 2.69 square feet. 164 pieces on the skid. Coverage/pallet 441 ft�.

How to use Mud Control Grids?

One person can install them quickly and easily, as ground preparation is not required. Just put them on top of the mud, interlock them, and have a solid area to walk or even park a vehicle up to 56 tons per 10 square feet.

Watch the video above to see the process in action.

How do I get them?

Mud Control Grids are available for pickup or delivery. We deliver in Barrie and the area for an extra cost, alone or together with other yard improvement products we carry. On our Delivery page, you can see the truck ride costs to different locations (scroll the page down to the bottom.)

In the picture below: temporary fix for muddy driveway:

Mud control grids are placed directly on the mud and interlocked to create a solid pavement right on top of the mud to hold a multi-ton vehicle.

2020 - 2024 Alla Khandoga.

Updated on January 6, 2024

The video and photos have been provided by Hahn Plastics North America Ltd. and Alla Khandoga

LAYING INSTRUCTIONS from Hahn Plastics:

In most cases, including horse or tractor use, Mud Control Grids can be laid directly onto mud without ground preparation. For very soft ground, longer-lasting installations or even just a more attractive finish, follow the steps below:

Step 1. Before installing the grids, a 2-inch gravel layer will improve support and drainage for very soft ground. A 2 to 4-inch layer of wood chips can also be used to create a flexible base.

Step 2. Mark out and level the area. For soils like heavy clay, install a non-woven needle-punched 3.5 oz geotextile (with 6 inches overlap) to prevent loss of infill material.

Step 3. Allow for adjacent edging or fencing and lay grids along a string line. Leave a quarter-inch gap between grids and use the interlocking tabs to help with level and alignment.

Step 4. For a staggered bond, begin the second row with half a grid (grids can be sawn, just like wood). Leave a quarter-inch gap between rows and each new grid. Use the other grid half at the end of the row.

Step 5. Once installed, Mud Control Grids can be filled with permeable material like coarse sharp sand, which is ideal or quarter or ⅝ - inch gravel. A ton of sand or gravel will fill around 140 grids (375 sq feet).

NB. If using gravel, clear all gravel from the surface before use.

Step 6. Mud Control Grids can be used without a finishing or tread layer. For general use and especially for shod horses with all-season stabling, we recommend a final 2 to 4-inch layer of riding sand or fine sand with 2% clay (protecting against frost and minimizing the risk of slipping hooves). Use a roller or plate vibrator to lightly compact the sand. Top up each year to maintain top condition.

Expansion. Mud Control Grids expand by 1/16 inches per unit per 50 degrees F/10 degrees C change. The recommended 1/4-inch gap between grids covers a temperature change of over 140 degrees F/60 degrees C. For very large area, a 2-inch gap can be introduced every 100 grids, if desired.

NOTE: This product can NOT be purchased online. If you want to buy it, please, contact us.