Hamilton Ring Road - BioCoir Coconut Fibre Matting

Contractor

Downer New Zealand

Engineer

Hamilton City Council, NZ Transport Agency

Client

Hamilton City Council, NZ Transport Agency

Location

Pukete Road to Resolution Drive and Crosby Road to Cambridge Road, Hamilton

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Cirtex® supplied a significant quantity of BioCoir matting for the Hamilton Ring Road project. Cirtex BioCoir is a biodegradable coconut fiber matting for erosion and sediment control and landscaping applications. BioCoir was ideal for this application, protecting the cut faces and exposed soil from wind and water erosion.

In addition to the erosion control function, BioCoir allows moisture penetration to assist vegetation establishment while insulating the seed and root zones from extremes of heat.

Cirtex also supplied the subsoil drainage solutions to this project through a local stockist, with DuraForce™ AS280 nonwoven geotextile and Cirtex Filter Sleeve™ being used to prevent sedimentation and ensure the integrity of the pavements. All products were available to be dispatched ex stock to ensure the contractors could work as efficiently as possible.

Products used in this Project

duraforce

DuraForce® AS Series Geotextile

DuraForce AS series geotextiles are manufactured and tested to exact quality standards and rated according to the NZTA F/7 specification for geotextiles. Available in a range of grades depending on the particular engineering application required.

filtersleeve

Filter Sleeve™

Filter Sleeve is a tested and proven solution for protecting subsoil drains from sedimentation. Readily available, cost effective and proven to perform, Filter Sleeve is your first choice for protecting perforated pipe subsoil drains.

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