Erosion Control Coir Logs
Specifications & Product Information
Coir logs are an all-natural, biodegradable material used to provide erosion control on slopes, banks, shores, and hills. Available for use in areas with moderate slopes and flows, these logs offer three standard diameters of 12, 16 or 20 inches (12", 16", or 20"). Choosing between the logs will often depend on your slope, water flow and/or project specifications.
In addition to erosion projects along streams and shorelines, the logs are also frequently used in restoration projects along stream banks, marshes, wetlands or beaches.
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|Product Flyer||Coir Coconut Fiber Logs Flyer
|Diameter||12", 16" or 20"||30 cm|
|Density||7 lbs/cu.ft or
|3 m or 4 m|
|Material Used||Coir twine and coir fiber||Coir Twine or Polyethylene|
|Eye Size||-||25 mm x 50 mm|
When using these coir fiber logs, there are several things to take into consideration to help keep your coir rolls lasting.
- Rolls are placed along edges of streams for bank stability.
- Higher density rolls are longer lasting and provide extra strength. Densely packed coir logs can last over 5 years.
- Planting vegetation on and around these logs can help provide further stabilization.
- Coir is a natural material and is environmentally friendly.
- When rolls are in 10 ft. sections, they can be easily connected together by coir twine to form longer rolls.
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Coconut Fiber Wattles: Similar is size and style to the coir log, these coir wattles provide a heighten barrier around your location. Packed much less densely than the coir erosion logs, these wattles are often used for filtration and stabilization around a drain, inlet, or construction site.
Erosion Control Mats: Erosion control mats are made of woven coir twines that are placed along banks for restoration and revegetation. Mats are typically constructed with an open weave design that allows for stabilization, as well as planting of vegetation before and after installation.
Coconut Fiber Blocks: Coir blocks offer height and structured stability to your location by providing you with a solid rectangular structure to help stabilize your shores. They are often manufactures in a systematic line for complete stabilization and support.
Coir Silt Check: The coir silt check is designed to reduce upstream and downstream erosion. They are often placed across streams to help reduce the flow of water and trap sediment. This helps prevent erosion..