Suppresses Soil Effluence to Maintain Environmental Harmony while Greening.
Takino Filters suppress erosion of the natural ground soil by mitigating the effects of rainfall, even when massive rains occur. The web, which is in direct contact with the ground, softens the effect of raindrops and allows for even distribution of water flow.
Artificial rain experiment by the National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster.
Takino Filter growing mats, the National Disaster Prevention Science and Technology Institute subjected them to the equivalent of 100mm of rainfall per hour, for a period of ten minutes. A comparison was made to the amount of mud produced against standard greening methods.
|Results proved that, with existing methods, muddy earth and sand was discharged, but with Takino Filters, clean water was discharged.|
|Typical growing mat||Takino Filter SP-45|