Ecolog® Coir Hardwood Stakes 50x25x450mm (Unpainted)

Product Code: 30-5025450

Ethically sourced hardwood timber stake, recommended for use when installing EcoLog® to the soil or ground.

These Timber installation pegs are available in two lengths 450mm and 600mm

Description

Hardwood timber stakes are the wooden pegs used for securing Coir Logs during installation. Coir Logs are commonly deployed on slopes & embankments to control soil erosion and manage water run-off.

If you are using Ecolog® Coir Logs for your next project, make sure to speak to talk to our friendly team about the benefits of using uPolyfabric’s hardwood stakes.

Polyfabric’s hardwood timber stakes are used for numerous applications on civil work sites, from the installation of coir logs to setting up silt fence and marking out work sites.

All options available

30-5025450 Ecolog® Coir Hardwood Stakes – 50x25x450mm (Unpainted)
30-5025650 Ecolog® Coir Hardwood Stakes – 50x25x600mm (Unpainted)

Specifications

Applications

  • Coir Log Installation
  • Silt Fence Installation
  • Site Setup

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Description

Hardwood timber stakes are the wooden pegs used for securing Coir Logs during installation. Coir Logs are commonly deployed on slopes & embankments to control soil erosion and manage water run-off.

If you are using Ecolog® Coir Logs for your next project, make sure to speak to talk to our friendly team about the benefits of using uPolyfabric’s hardwood stakes.

Polyfabric’s hardwood timber stakes are used for numerous applications on civil work sites, from the installation of coir logs to setting up silt fence and marking out work sites.

All options available

30-5025450 Ecolog® Coir Hardwood Stakes – 50x25x450mm (Unpainted)
30-5025650 Ecolog® Coir Hardwood Stakes – 50x25x600mm (Unpainted)

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Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specializes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.

Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.

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