Surface drainage

surface drainage

Large area water drainage

In the case of permeable surfaces but impermeable subsoil, the rainwater can be collected underground by means of drainage nets made of highly porous nonwoven (LITE-NET) and forwarded to a drainage pipe, for example.

Since the 6/8 mm thick LITE-NET does not cover the entire surface, no sliding plane can form, nor is it a barrie for roots or earthworms. Loads, e.g. from cars, are carried away via the gaps between the nets – the surface therefore does not bounce and water is not squeezed out of the nonwoven. In green areas, plants can access the water stored in the nonwoven during dry periods.

For riding arenas, the LITE-NET can be laid in a thin layer of sand directly under paddock mats or paddock slabs and direct the water into a drainage pipe laid at a lower level. Because of the height difference, the drainage net effectively draws the water to the drainage pipes.
Examples of use: Riding arenas, roads, parking lots, retaining walls, water-bound path surfaces, grass grids.

 

Surface drainage
LITE-NET surface drainage

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Surface drainage

surface drainage

LITE-NET drainage