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Installation techniques of GES soil savers

  • Step 1. Preparation of site
  • The required site to be prepared by removing unwanted materials like rocks, debris etc., which will affect the quality of bonding to soil.

  • Step 2. Apply seed & fertilizer
  • Spread seeds and other required particles deep. Fill in the slots with soil and tamp as specified for project before the it flush with the soil surface.This is to be followed by installation of GES Soil savers.

  • Step 3. Spreading of GES Soil savers
  • Start GES Soil savers from one foot (30cm.) above from the top of slope, fix the top of each GES Soil savers one staple per linear foot (30 cm.). Secure top end of GES Soil savers into a slot of above 1 feet (30cm.)

  • Step 4. Install the GES Soil savers
  • Spread the GES Soil savers down the slope as shown in the diagram. Apply staples in every two to five feet (60 to 150 cm.) depending on wind. Do not allow to free - fall the GES Soil savers.

  • Step 5. Starting a new roll
  • While joining a new roll at the time of start, overlap the end with previous one by 12"(30cm.). This will protect against failure of seam while excessive water flow.

  • Step 6. Bottom Stapling
  • Bottom of each GES Soil savers should be protected with one staple per linear foot (30cm.)

  • Step 7. Re positioning of GES Soil savers
  • If you need to reposition the GES Soil savers, we recommend to re-roll and re apply. Avoid dragging of GES Soil savers.

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