EROmasta® SeedMat3 – 2m x 30m Black is a synthetic turf reinforcement mat, which protects underlying soil from erosion and provides a reinforcing matrix for vegetative root growth. It is a three dimensional multi-layered product manufactured from polyethylene. It consists of two high tensile base layers of net bonded to three upper layers that form a cuspated surface that provides an array of pockets that trap the soil particles and windblown seeds.
EROmasta® SeedMat when installed gives instant protection against soil erosion caused by wind, rain and flash flooding. Top soil and seed is applied on top of the erosion mat to fill the pockets and allow the grass to grow through the mat. The established vegetation has now a reinforced root system resistant to the forces of erosion. Suitable for slopes up to 1:0.7, with grass or local vegetation surface. Not suitable for use under permanent or seasonal water levels.
Embankments – To control erosion on steep slopes, channels, banks of rivers and lakesLandscaping – To stop erosion of soil and mulch on batters and slopesGolf Courses – Used in the walls of sand bunkers to stop the erosion of sand
EROmasta® 3D/3L & 3D/5L multi layered structure combined with its flat, high modulus base layer, provides the following benefits:
- Good contact with the existing surface
- Tensile strength
- Stiffness and dimensional stability to the soil surface
In addition the upper cuspated pockets provide the following benefits:
- Reinforces the root system
- Reduces the impact of raindrops
- Minimise the dislocation of soil particles.
- Golf courses
- Erosion control
Meet the Team
Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specialiSes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.
Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.
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