Kyowa rock bags, also known as Kyowa filter units, are an erosion prevention solution recognized globally. Created in 1969 in Japan, these rock bags were first used to protect the foundations of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge and tackle scour.
From then on, many other similar projects worldwide used Kyowa filter units. Nowadays, this is one of the best techniques for land management and erosion prevention.
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It’s important to read and understand the specifications of Kyowa filter units very well. This guide includes all the necessary details such as features and design of the material, application standards, uses of rock bags, available sizes, accessories, and deployment methods. It will also help you assess if they are the ideal product for your project. You can download the specs guide below.
The instruction manual details the correct method of filling and deploying rock bags for erosion prevention. While the synthetic net bag is very sturdy and built to withstand a heavy load, excessive weight can break them. The filter unit has to be produced adhering to the specified quantity or weight of rocks. So, make sure you read the instructions on the selection of filling materials and proper handling of the production frame. You can download the instruction manual below.
How are we so sure that soil erosion can be prevented by Kyowa bags? The answer is years and years of testing and application on different sites. Below is a list of certifications and approvals that prove the efficacy of these erosion bags. You can use them for your project without a second thought!
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