SRW Landscape Fabrics are versatile fabrics that perform four significant functions: weed restriction, soil separation, reinforcement, and filtration. They are highly resistant to acids, alkalines, insecticides, fertilizers and damage from insects and rodents. They permit passage of air and liquids, will not rot, mildew, become brittle, or biologically decompose.
Soil Stabilization Fabric is a woven polypropylene fabric designed to provide reinforcement under roadways and driveways and to separate the aggregate and sub grade layers. It is typically used as base reinforcement under all types of pavements and under compacted aggregate on unpaved roadways.
Standard design procedures confirm, using SS5 will increase the design life and improve the long-term performance of your driveway or roadway by 50-70% when properly installed. Alternately, when you use SRW SS5 in a typical application, you can REDUCE the amount of required base material by as much as 30% and obtain the same results as you would have in the original design without SS5.
Erosion Control Fabric is a heavy-duty non-woven fabric designed for use under riprap armor stone to protect slopes, spillways and embankments from erosion. EC8 can withstand severe installation stresses due to its high puncture and burst resistance. It is commonly used with our without cellular confinement systems for both shore line and storm water run-off protection. EC8 can also be used in conjunction with articulated concrete block revetment systems. EC8 meets or exceeds many soil and water conservation specifications.
Preassembled Silt Fence is designed to reduce soil sediment run-off from or into protected areas. Water is allowed to filter through the fabric, and the loss of costly soil is restricted. The Economy Silt Fence is a 60g fencing with 1 x 1 x 42″ stakes (11 stakes per 3 x100 roll).
Typical installations include:
- around perimeter of construction sites
- adjacent to streams, lakes and creeks
- at the bottom of highly erodible slopes
- around storm-water drainage ditches and culverts