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Coconut mats - Birrus mat systems
Matt finishing materials: Dulling frame: The mats are deepened with an aluminium/brass or stainless frame, which can be completely or loosely sealed, mitre cut and drill hole for bolting. Honey colour: size: Each Birrus Coir system is manufactured to your specifications to guarantee a perfectly deep fitting for your matshaft. Make sure that the cut-out is neat, flat and even (to glue in the pad, the cut-out requires a technical floor finish or ski finish to guarantee adhesion).
Mount bracket with adhesives or mechanic fasteners. Stick the pad in place with a bonding agent. Clean heavily frequented areas once a week or every day. DO NOT ever purify with vapor or use method of extracting using bottled hot water. Immediate exposure to excess humidity may cause loss or dilatation.
Kokosmatten | All Stakes Delivery
Kokosmatten are a 100% biologically degradable nature coco fiber with open binding. Weaving and weaving is used to provide additional firmness and lasts longer than comparable mattresses. Kokosmatten are resistant to temperatures and winds, retain moisture and reduce ground erosion. Good for the environment. Kokosmatten are made of coir fibres.
That means it lasts longer than its corresponding mat product. To install your mat, you will need the following equipment: If you are laying your mat on a mound, you will need a backhoe to excavate a ditch so that you can keep the top of the mat at the top of the mound.
You can choose between three different pegs when fixing the mat to the floor. You need a hammer to get the pencils into the floor. When you plant into the mat, it is better to put in about 50 millimeters of top soil. Put the coconut mat in the ditch up on the hillside.
Fill up your ditch afterwards and fold your deposit down the hillside. When you add your second rollers of coconut mats, make sure they are overlapping by a hundred million. You can use the tacker pistol, which has a 37-pin syringe, for large installation. It is much simpler to insert the pens into the floor with movements of the hands and feet.
Once you have attached the coconut mat to the top, you can begin laying your plant in the soil. At All Stake Supply we have three types of coconut mats. The coconut mat is 400 g per m² (GSM). It is used in situations where very little flowing light flows like in a shallow land.
Something that was recorded in the above movie is the middle coconut mat 700 GSM that is used in most plants. There is also the highly resilient coconut mat, a 900 GSM, which is used in high throughput areas such as sinks and around drains. Coconut mats are really an excellent ground stabilization agent.
Call All Stake Supply at 1300 130 123 for more information.