Erosion Control

Product

Farming & Green House

Industial

Gardening

Erosion Control

Erosion Control

Erosion management has been much paid attention to recently as well as the lookout for solutions that are diversified, dependable and suited to handle the conditions on your area. The products below are stabilizers that set a strong foundation for plants, slopes, and roadways. This solidifies the solution to soil erosion caused by rainfall, water flows, wind, or stormwater runoff. The successful use of these products on building sites, rehabilitation projects, hills, lakes and other locations further prove the effect of these products.

Erosion Control Product

Coir sheets & mats

Coir Logs

Coir Geo textiles

Coir Blankets

Coir sheets & mats

This is widely used as environmental and governmental organizations now recognize coir geotextile as extremely effective in assisting in the reduction of soil loss. They play an important role is ensuring new plant growth in the midst of managing the soil erosion as an issue. Coir Geo Textiles are made by spinning coir fiber into yarn and weaving it to
perfection.

Coir Logs

Coir Logs, usually designed to last between 2 and 5 years are 100% coir fiber bonded by biodegradable coir fiber netting. The strong coir twine outer netting that surrounds a blend of mattress coconut coir helps in the long lasting ability of the coir logs. They are a proven effective method to use for the purpose of building check structures, regulating fluctuations.

Coir Geo textiles

Geotextiles are a natural completely biodegradable fabrics constructed of pure coir. The extraction from the husk of the coconut without addition of synthetic substances makes pure coir a completely natural product. Not only does it control the soil erosion but it does promote vegetation. It further acts an a stabilizer.

Coir Blankets

These blankets made of coconut coir fiber are best used for erosion control and developed for extreme slopes and protection among many more. They have photodegradable or biodegradable top and bottom that has been stitched together in a sandwich form. The top and the bottom layers keep coir fiber, with the help of stitched yarn.