Double Net 100% Coconut, Natural, Biodegradable Erosion Control Blanket, SZ. 8' x 112.5'
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Double Net 100% Coconut Erosion Control Blanket with Natural Biodegradable Netting
The double net coir blanket is a heavy-duty erosion control option designed to assist with revegetation and slope stabilization in your location. Known for their long lifespans, our coir blankets are rated to last up to 36 months. Each coir blanket is constructed with a double-net design that includes coconut coir fiber and either biodegradable or photodegradable netting. This provides enough time for vegetation to take root and for grounds to stabilize.
Size: Available in 16’ and 8’ widths and 112.5’ and 562.5’ lengths (Custom cuts are available upon request).
Netting: Top net- 1.0” x 0.5” opening, approximately 9.3 lbs/1000 ft2 . The netting is made from fully biodegradable organic jute fiber, that is LENO weaved for a higher quality product.
Bottom net- 1.0” x 0.5” opening, approximately 9.3 lbs/1000 ft2 . The netting is made from fully biodegradable organic jute fiber, that is LENO weaved for a higher quality product.
Thread: Fully biodegradable jute yarn, that is in a stitching pattern of 1.5”.
Matrix: 100% Pure coconut fibers, 0.75 lbs/yd2
Packaging: All rolls are wrapped tightly with stretch wrap to protect the rolled erosion control product from the weather and elements.
2C-NN8 / 2C-NN16 is made to conform to guidelines set by the ECTC (Erosion Control Technology Council) and by FHWA (Federal Highway Association) as an extended term erosion control blanket.
2C-NN8 / 2C-NN16 is an extended term erosion control blanket that is designed to have a function longevity of up to 36 months (Longevity may vary based upon environmental conditions). This product is recommended for use on slopes up to 2:1-1:1 and in medium flow channels.
Recommended Installation Pattern:
The leading edge is to be trenched into a 6” deep trench and the blanket is to be placed parallel to the anticipated water flow. When more than 1 blanket is required, they are to be overlapped 6” on all overlapping sides and tiled in a shingle type pattern as to not let the water underneath the blanket.