Withstands torrential rains and checks denuding.
Prevents runoff soil. The solution for lush reforestation.
The Takino Filter SP-60 is a growing mat comprised of a web made of non-woven fabric and reinforced netting.
Its ability to mitigate impact from raindrops, prevent muddy runoff water and keep soil erosion in check makes it particularly suitable for reforestation efforts in areas subject to heavy rains and erosion.
- Web made of non-woven fabric prevents erosion due to weathering, rains, freezing and melting of snow.
- Is especially suitable for restoring vegetation to areas affected by erosion and disasters causing major upheaval to the land.
- Is exceptionally resistant to blown sand and therefore suitable for areas subject to desertification.
- Defends against erosion of blown dirt to make stable greening possible.
- When used together with seed bags, SP-60 growing mats play a leading role in reintroduction of native species to restore the natural habitat.
- Consistent quality of mat production and short on-site construction time facilitates quality control.
- Before installing mats, make the slope as smooth as possible. Remove all debris, loose rocks, trash and weeds.
- Carefully spread out the mats along the ground surface, without pulling them too tightly. Anchor with a securing pin.
- Wrap ropes along the edges around the anchors to fix the mats in place, to avoid overlapping deeply onto adjacent columns. The result should be an overlap of about 3cm.
- Cover approximately 30 to 50cm of the top of a slope.
- Store mats in dry, well-ventilated places shielded from rainfall.