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How to install erosion control blanket

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  • Channels
  • Slopes
  • Up-Slope
  • Down-Slope
  • Staple Patterns
  • Obtain

CHANNEL INSTALLATION DETAIL

Set up Directions:

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  • Dig a 6″ by 6″ trench each up-slope, down-slope, and alongside the highest facet of the channel. Put together the slope soil floor (raking, seeding and fertilizing). Be aware, if used with stormwater discharge, place the up-slope trench on the face of the discharge construction footer.
  • Start by putting the middle blanket a minimal of 12″ down-slope of the up-slope trench. Safe the blanket on the backside of the ditch with staples positioned 12″ aside. Backfill and compact the ditch. Apply seed, and fold the blanket over soil, safe with a row of staples positioned 12″ aside throughout the width of the blanket (Diagram A).
  • Roll the blanket vertically down the slope. Safe utilizing the suitable staple sample under, specified by slope. (Staple Patterns)
  • Proceed putting blankets up the slopes on each side, with a minimal 4″ overlapping (Diagram B), and securing every blanket to start with trench (Diagram A).
  • Extra horizontal blankets will be joined utilizing a minimal 4″ overlapping or shingle model within the course of water move. Join the blankets by putting staples roughly 5″ aside throughout the width of the blankets. (Diagram C)
  • For optimum efficiency a examine slot ought to be positioned at 25′-40′ intervals. Place a row of staples 4″ aside alongside all the width of the channel. A second row ought to be positioned 4″ under in a staggered sample. (Diagram D)
  • The tip of the blanket have to be secured in a 6″ x 6″ trench by a row of staples positioned at 12″ intervals. (Diagram E)
  • On the high fringe of the facet slope, fasten the blanket in a 6″ x 6″ trench positioned at 12″ intervals. Set up an extra row of staples 1′-0″ down slope of the ditch alongside the width of the material. (Diagram F)

SLOPE INSTALLATION DETAIL

slope

Set up Directions:

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These tips are suggestions solely. Any questions with the set up ought to be confirmed along with your native distributor.

  • Dig a 6″ by 6″ trench each up-slope and down-slope of the world the matting is to be utilized. Put together the slope soil floor (raking, seeding and fertilizing).
  • Start by putting the blanket a minimal of 12″ down-slope of the up-slope trench. Safe the blanket on the backside of the ditch with staples positioned 12″ aside. Backfill and compact the ditch. Apply seed, and fold the blanket over soil, safe with a row of staples positioned 12″ aside throughout the width of the blanket. (Diagram A)
  • Roll the blanket vertically down the slope. Safe utilizing the suitable staple sample under, specified by the slope. (Staple Patterns)
  • Parallel blankets have to be overlapped by a minimal of 4″, and secured with a row of staples positioned roughly 3′-0″ aside. (Diagram B)
  • Extra vertical blankets will be joined utilizing a minimal 4″ overlapping or shingle model (Diagram C) within the course of water move. Join the blankets by putting staples roughly 12″ aside throughout the width of the blankets.
  • For optimum efficiency a examine slot ought to be positioned at 25′-40′ intervals. Place a row of staples 4″ aside alongside all the width of the slope. A second row ought to be positioned 4″ under in a staggered sample. Then proceed with common set up. (Diagram D)
  • The tip of blanket have to be secured in a 6″ x 6″ trench with a row of staples positioned at 12″ intervals. (Diagram E)

DIAGRAMS

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UP-SLOPE TRENCH (DIAGRAM A)

up-slope

DOWN-SLOPE TRENCH (DIAGRAM E)

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STAPLE PATTERNS

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