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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES - LANDLOK
LANDLOK Turf Reinforcement Mat (2 marv)
PROPERTY TEST METHOD VALUES 450 VALUES 1051 VALUES 300
Mass/ Unit Area ASTM D 6566 340 g/m2 475 g/m2 281 g/m2
Thickness ASTM D 6525 10.1 mm 10.1 mm 7.6 mm
Light Penetration ASTM D 6567 20% 5% 50%
Colour   Green, Tan Tan Green, Tan
Mechanical
Tensile Strength ASTM D 6818 5.8 x 4.3 kN/m 4.3 x 3.2 kN/m 35.0 x 29.2 kN/m
Tensile Elongation ASTM D 6818 50% (max) 85% (max) 50%
Resiliency ASTM D 6524 90% 80% 75%
Flexibility ASTM D 6575 30,000 mg-cm (Typical) 25,000 mg-cm (Typical) 22,500 mg-cm (Typical)
Seedling Emergence (3) ECTC Draft Method #4 409% (Typical) 220% (Typical) 296% (Typical)
UV Resistance ASTM D 4355 80% (@ 1000 hrs) 80% (@ 1000 hrs) 90% (@ 3000 hrs)
Roll Size   2.0 m x 42.2 m (84 m2) 2.0 m x 42.2 m (84 m2) 2.6 m x 32.3 m (84 m2)
PERFORMANCE - LANDLOK
PERFORMANCE VALUES
MATERIAL FUNCTIONAL LONGEVITY SHORT TERM MAXIMUM SHEAR STRESS & VELOCITY MANNING'S "n"
VEGETATED (5) PARTIALLY (6) UNVEGETATED (7) 0- 15cm 15-30cm 30-60cm
Landlok 450 PERMANENT 479 N/m2 5.5 m/sec 383 N/m2 4.6 m/sec 239 N/m2 3.7 m/sec 0.035 0.025 0.021
Landlok 1051 PERMANENT 479 N/m2 5.5 m/sec n/a n/a 239 N/m2 3.7 m/sec 0.036 0.026 0.020
Landlok 300 PERMANENT 576 N/m2 6.1 m/sec - - - - 0.030 0.028 0.018
  1. The listed values are effective 08 2006 and are subject to change without notice.
  2. Values are MARV (Minimum Average Roll Value calculated as the typical minus two standard deviations, statiscally yielding a 97.7% degree of confidence that any sample taken during QA testing will exceed the reported value) unless indicated as Typical.
  3. Calculated as percent increase in average plant biomass with tall fescue grass seed in sand 14 days after seeding versus traditional monofilament TRMs and HPTRMs.
  4. All components must meet UV resistance values.
  5. Maximum permissible shear stress has been obtained through fully vegetated (70% to 100% density) testing programs featuring specific soil types, vegetation classes, flow conditions and failure criteria. These conditions may not be relevant to every project nor are they replecated by other manufacturers.
  6. Maximum permissible shear stress has been obtained through unvegetated (30% to 70% density) testing programs featuring specific soil types, vegetation classes, flow conditions and failure criteria. These conditions may not be relevant to every project nor are they replecated by other manufacturers.
  7. Maximum permissible shear stress has been obtained through unvegetated (0% to 30% density) testing programs featuring specific soil types, vegetation classes, flow conditions and failure criteria. These conditions may not be relevant to every project nor are they replecated by other manufacturers.

The data in all tables is intended as guides only and is not intended as a warranty or guarantee. Permathene Ltd. reserves the right to change the specification contained herein without notice.