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Coir Matting

Coir Matting

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With all types of land restoration projects, residential or commercial, small or large-scale, one of the greatest threats to land restoration is land erosion. If left unchecked, land erosion can result in great financial losses, as well as many labour hours wasted.

One very effective way of preventing land erosion is to install coir matting. Coir matting is an open-weaved sheet of 100% biodegradable natural coconut fibre thread. Weaving coir matting provides it with additional strength against land erosion, as well as making it last longer than other erosion control products, such as jute matting.

Coir matting is designed to be partnered with vegetation during natural regeneration projects as the vegetation provides it with enough strength to prevent any land erosion, even after long periods of heavy rain. As a result, coir matting is developed to be the perfect partner to vegetation, promoting the growth of any new plants and preventing the loss of moisture from the topsoil.

Although coir matting is completely biodegradable, it is designed to be a permanent solution to any land erosion issue, being able to resist extreme winds and temperature whilst still maintaining moisture and preventing and land erosion.


  • Landscaping
  • Slopes
  • Roadside
  • Natural regeneration sites
  • Mining
  • Coastal areas with high winds
  • Wetlands and riparian slopes

Features and Benefits:

  • Promotes growth of new plants
  • Reduces soil erosion
  • Retains moisture
  • 100% biodegradable
  • Can be fasted with a U-shaped pin
  • Lasts up to five years with optimum seasonal conditions

Coir matting offers a long-lasting, easy-to-install and environmentally-friendly solution to any land erosion issue. All of the features that coir matting have encourage a “set and forget” approach to the issue, due to coir matting’s ease of installation and its limited maintenance requirements.


  • Roll size 2 x 25m
  • Area covered 50m2
  • Thickness:
    • Light: 4.27mm=
    • Medium: 7.97mm
    • Heavy: 9.12mm
  • Flow velocity:
    • Light: 2.5m/sec
    • Medium: 3.0m/sec
    • Heavy: 4.7m/sec
  • Tensile strength
    • Light: 1208 x 690kg/m
    • Medium: 1608 x 746kg/m
    • Heavy: 2450 x 990kg/m
  • Weight
    • Light: 400gsm
    • Medium: 620gsm
    • Heavy: 900gsm
  • Density material
    • Light: 62%
    • Medium: 57%
    • Heavy: 41%

Coir matting is one of the most effective and environmentally-friendly erosion control products available. If you’re looking for high-quality coir matting for your next natural regeneration project, think All Stake Supply. We’re one of Sydney’s leading suppliers of erosion control projects and our friendly team will be able to help you find the right product for your project. If you’d like to learn more, call our team today on 1300 120 123.

Coir matting is made from coconut fibre. It’s spun and woven for extra strength and durability and could last up to five years. This means it is made to last longer than its equivalent jute matting products. It’s used in riparian areas, wetlands, mining, and landscape area for soil stabilisation.

When installing your matting, you’ll need the following equipment:

  • Installing your matting on a hill you’ll need a trench digger to dig a trench, so you can secure the top of the matting to the top of the hill.
  • When securing the matting to the ground, you have a choice of three pins. On a loose sandy country, you’ve got a 300-mil pin. On an undulating country, you’ll need the 200-mil pin. And on flat terrain, the 150-mil pin.
  • You’ll need a rubber mallet to drive the pins into the ground.
  • To install the pins quickly, you can use a tackler staple gun with pin cartridges.
  • Finally, you’ll need a pair of scissors to cut the mat into place.

Steps to install coir matting

  1. First, make sure that the site is free of debris and weeds. If you are planting into the matting, it’s preferable to add around 50-millimetre layer of topsoil.
  2. Pin the coir matting into the trench, at the top of the slope. Then roll it down to the base.
  3. Backfill your trench and unfold your bail down the slope.
  4. The coir matting comes in panel sizes that are 2 metres wide by 25 metres long. So, if you need to cut a section off, you can easily use some sharp scissors.
  5. As you’re adding your second rolls of coir matting, make sure they overlap by a hundred mil.
  6. For large-scale installations, you may want to use the tackler gun, which has a cartridge of pins of 37. With hand and foot motion, it’s a lot easier to put the pins into the ground.
  7. When you finish pinning the coir matting to the surface, you can then start putting your plants in the ground.

We have three varieties of coir matting at All Stake Supply. We have the fine coir matting, which is 400 grams per square meter (GSM). This is used in scenarios where there’s very little water flow like a flat country. What was put down in the video above is the medium coir matting 700 GSM, which is used in most installations. We also have the heavy-duty coir matting which is a 900 GSM and is used in areas with high water flow such as swales and around drainage areas.

Coir matting is truly a great product for soil stabilisation. For more information, call All Stake Supply on 1300 130 123.


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