BioWool - Wool Matting

Cirtex BioWool is a biodegradable wool matting for erosion and sediment control and landscaping applications.

BioWool is ideal for protecting cut faces and exposed soil from erosion due to wind and water and around horticultural plantings.

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

BioWool is nonwoven, 100% Pure wool matting and is manufactured in New Zealand using recycled wool and fleece wool making it a sustainable resource product.

Benefits & Features

  • Fully biodegradable product providing plants with nutrients as it degrades making it an environmentally friendly product
  • Allows water to pass through and reduces evaporation
  • Provides a temperate environment for plants minimising the effects of colder weather
  • Suppresses weeds allowing for better establishment of younger plants and time spent controlling weeds
  • Reduces the need for chemical sprays
  • Aesthetic advantages over synthetic products
  • Protects exposed soils from wind and water
  • Made from sustainable wool
  • Ground Staples also available

Applications

  • Steepened slopes
  • Road, rail and sound barrier embankments
  • Low flow stormwater channels
  • Culvert outlets and washout drains
  • Highly erodible soils
  • Heavy rainfall areas
  • Coastal and seashore protection
  • Parks, amenity areas, golf courses, and sports grounds
  • Quarries and landfills
  • Facing for the DuraMesh® Reinforced Soil System
  • Vegetation establishment for reinforced soil walls and slopes

Specifications

Code
Grade
Roll Size
Area
76800
BW400
0.9m x 50m
45m2
76799
BW400
1.8m x 50m
90m2
13622
BW500R
1.8m x 30m
54m2

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