Hardwood Stake - 50x50x300mm

Product Code: 30-5050300

Hardwood stakes used for erosion and sediment control during short-term construction works.

Description

Durable hardwood timber stakes are the ideal solution for many applications, from roadside tree planting to supporting seedlings, up to mature tree planting in urban projects.

Polyfabric’s timber stakes have a proven history of performance in a variety of projects including commercial developments, major infrastructure, roads & highway plantings and erosion applications.

The preferred choice of Hardwood Stakes by major Australian contractors and councils, and deployed with a combination of our hessian tree ties, tree guards to assist in the promotion of healthy growth and safeguarding against damage from harsh conditions.

Hardwood Stakes are also a great option for installing erosion and sediment control during short-term civil construction works as they are light, durable and easy to move around.

All options available

30-5050300 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x300mm
30-5050450 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x450mm
30-50501800 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x1800mm
30-50501800-B Hardwood Stake – 50x50x1800mm (Black)
30-50502100 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2100mm
30-50502100-B Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2100mm (Black)
30-50502400 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2400mm
30-50502400-B Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2400mm (Black)

Specifications

Applications

  • Commercial or residential use
  • Tree planting
  • Erosion control
  • Road side

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Description

Durable hardwood timber stakes are the ideal solution for many applications, from roadside tree planting to supporting seedlings, up to mature tree planting in urban projects.

Polyfabric’s timber stakes have a proven history of performance in a variety of projects including commercial developments, major infrastructure, roads & highway plantings and erosion applications.

The preferred choice of Hardwood Stakes by major Australian contractors and councils, and deployed with a combination of our hessian tree ties, tree guards to assist in the promotion of healthy growth and safeguarding against damage from harsh conditions.

Hardwood Stakes are also a great option for installing erosion and sediment control during short-term civil construction works as they are light, durable and easy to move around.

All options available

30-5050300 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x300mm
30-5050450 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x450mm
30-50501800 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x1800mm
30-50501800-B Hardwood Stake – 50x50x1800mm (Black)
30-50502100 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2100mm
30-50502100-B Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2100mm (Black)
30-50502400 Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2400mm
30-50502400-B Hardwood Stake – 50x50x2400mm (Black)

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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 specializes 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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