Proving that it meets the Texas Department of Transportation revegetation and erosion control requirements, Applegate’s WOOD-LOK HPM has completed the Texas Transportation Institute’s rigorous product testing and it has performed remarkably well. WOOD-LOK HPM is now on the qualified products list for the Texas Department of Transportation and as a result has also met the requirements of many other states Department of Transportation for hydraulic erosion control. WOOD-LOK HPM is a premium hydraulically applied erosion control product, which has met diverse domestic and international erosion control requirements. WOOD-LOK HPM is now an industry accepted hydraulic erosion control product.
WOOD-LOK HPM consists of long strand virgin wood fibers that are sized for rapid mixing and maximum tank loading capacity. Contractors using WOOD-LOK HPM receive a product that does not require a cure time, therefore can be applied just prior to a rain event and has a functional longevity of over 12 months. The high strength hydrocolloid binders form a porous erosion resistant mat that maintains its properties despite repeated re-wetting from rain and irrigation.
Starting in 1978 with one small factory in Okemos, Michigan, today Applegate has nine manufacturing facilities across the United States and Canada.
For additional information, tests results and/or a copy of the T.X.D.O.T. approval please contact Pete Simmons at Applegate Mulch. 800-627-7536 or 734-777-3229.