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Hydroseeding & Consumables

Hydroseeding for challenging locations

Hydroseeding is an efficient and reliable way to permanently green areas that are particularly large or hard to reach. Through the interaction of mulch and an appropriate adhesive an immediate, but limited in its duration and strength, erosion control effect can be achieved.

The reliable greening of areas with difficult soil conditions, such as untreated soil embankments, poses a challenge for executing companies and consulting engineers alike.
Hydroseeding offers - using suitable materials and machinery - appropriate solutions for these challenges.

Anspritzbegrünung, HydroSeeder

FiNN HydroSeeder™ for for various applications

Due to the variety of available additives hydroseeding can be used for many different building projects.

Hydroseeding can for example be used:

  • For cost-efficient greening of large areas, for example highway projects, residential and industrial estates or airports.
  • For the erosion control on open or exposed hillsides, for example traffic routes engineering, mining or landfill areas, new-shaped ski slopes or embankments in water engineering.
  • For the production of a temporary dust protection on carbon or slag heaps in open brown coal mining. The materials are mixed locally and are then immediately distributed by a helicopter.
  • For roof greening with sedum sprouts, grass and herbage cultures.

HydroSeeder T30 BV Niederduwittgen

 

IGG sells FiNN HydroSeeder™ in various sizes

We sell FiNN HydroSeederTM in Germany and Eastern Europe.

We are happy to help you choose the right model for your needs. We also advise you about the necessary additives such as mulch, fertilizer, glue and seeds.

FiNN HydroSeeder™ for rent

You can also rent the FiNN T-30 HydroSeeder™ as well as the FiNN T-75 HydroSeeder™ from us for your construction projects. A thorough instruction in our warehouse in Schmallenberg is self-evident for us.

Get a first impression of how a FiNN T-30 HydroSeeder™ works in our how-to-video (Language: German):