Riding ground construction

Riding ground construction

All Weather Tuft also offers the construction of completely new riding grounds. During this process, we cooperate with local contractors in the area, which has proven to be efficient and a cheap alternative. Not only because these contractors obtain a lot of knowledge about the composition of the local soil.

Construction of our passive ebb and flow system
Frequently questions about our unique and cheap passive ebb and flow system reach us, so we hereby provide you with the instructions for the simplest way of constructing such a system.
1.    Dig the soil about 10 to 15 centimeters deep (the accrued soil can be used further as demarcation).
2.    Bury the drainage pipes at a distance of three meters between them, and the upper side of the pipes being on the same level with the dug-out part. The best result can be achieved if the ends of the pipes within the riding ground are connected, and one of them ends in the trench. The end of this particular pipe should be transitioning into a regular PVC pipe (the last four meters). Finally, equipping this end with a 90º angle provides you with a cheap passive ebb flow system.
3.    Now 20 centimeters of grey sand have to be added (no river sand!), which is also commonly referred to as medium sand (sand between 100 and 200 mu). If in doubt, you or the contractor are always welcome to contact me.
4.    Now add All Weather Tuft® or Hippotex®, distribute the product equally and solidify it with a rotary harrow once.

Exception: If the soil contains sand that can be brought to the surface, the recipe changes.

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