Water drainage into the subsoil
In moist, fine particle-rich soils with permeable subsoils, excess water can be drained by passing through the impermeable layer long span,
LITE-STRIPS strikes vertically. The excess water is sucked into the nonwovenstrips and transported into the permeable subsoil. The pore structure of the thick nonwoven is optimized for soils rich in fine particles, so that the pores cannot clog.
To drain the wet soil, punch holes through the impermeable soil layer at intervals of about 20-50 cm with a pipe, auger or steel rod about 12-15 mm thick. Then insert the long LITE-STRIPS into the holes like a drainage snorkel – done.