What does Longxiang do? Longxiang Group Limited was established in Dongguan city in 1998. After over 20 years of hard work, Longxiang has grown to be one of the highest reputable mould maker in China with 120 employees 5000 sq.meter working shop. We offer one-stop service from product design, rapid prototype, mold making, injection service.123Grids is an important project in Longxiang. 123Grids was originally designed for use on farms for solving problems with muddy areas on their properties, everything from muddy cattle yards to muddy driveways. The solution was easy, stabilize the ground and develop a drainage system, better still, design one product that does both. At the same time, we are developing different a series of rainwater harvesting modular, drainage cell, drain cover, vertical greening container, roof greening plant container, welcome to develop with us.123 Planting box is an important project in Longxiang. 123 planting box was originally designed for use on garden or balcony for solving problems with limited sunshine areas on their properties, every area from blank to green. The solution was easy, stabilize the ground and develop a drainage system, better still, design one product that does both. At the same time, it could meet different size requirements, space requirements.We offer one-stop service from product develop------mold design-----mold making----inject parts, original factory price, welcome to contact us at any time More information about our mold development, please browse: http://www.longxiang-ltd.com/ http://www.plas-mold.com/
How to order in Longxiang? Plastic grids: We have three sizes: 1000 x 1000 mm ; 500 x 500 mm ; 900 x 560 mm, we could offer free samples with freight collected. Three different grids are with the same interlock system, in general, we suggest to order sample grids in 500 x 500 mm, the courier charge will be much more cheaper than the other sizes.When you make trial order or mass order, our payment term is 50% T/T deposit in advance, 50% T/T before shipment. 20' Container QTY: 500 square meters40'H Container QTY: 1210 square meters with pallet ( it is easy for unloading in your warehouse) 1850 square meters without pallet ( it is full of the whole container, saving freight charge)Plastic planting box:The basic planting box size is 400 x 400 x 220 mm, each set in one separate box. We could offer free samples with freight collected. Each set include: wheel, tank, side panel, pillar, decorating cap, decorating strap, gauze pad, cotton rod, planting bag, nozzle, soft tube with dia.8When you make trial order or mass order, our payment term is 50% T/T deposit in advance, 50% T/T before shipment.
What's the size for planting box? The basic unit size is 40 x 40 x 22 cm, it could assemble in two tiers, three tiers, or as high as you need. It could also assemble in corner, save space in balcony / garden.
How to assemble planting box? 1. To fit wheels into tank2. To fit side panels into tank3. To fit pillars to connect side panels and Tank4. To fit decorating caps to pillars5. To fit decorating straps to side panels6. To fit cotton to gauze pad7. To put gauze pad on tank8. To fill nutrient soil in to planting box and keep one end of cotton out of soil.Remark: To Absorb water from tank automatically by cotton
Step 1: Remove the topsoil in the problem area to a depth of six to eight inches.Paddock grid systems are designed to provide a stable base for the footing material while facilitating drainage of rainwater – functions which help minimize the occurrence of muddy paddock footing. Photo: Clients from Leiyuan Industrial Company.Step 2: Lay down a layer of geotextile fabric (sometimes called filter fabric or landscape cloth), followed by three to four inches of 1.5 to 1.75-inch crushed stone, topped by another layer of geotextile fabric.Step 3: Cover the geotextile fabric, making sure the edges are securely buried, with a minimum of six inches of the footing material of your choice.
A common problem during the fall and winter months, muddy footing in horse turnout areas not only increases the difficulty of daily barn chores and grooming routines for owners, but creates a living environment for your horse that is neither safe nor healthy.As well as providing an ideal breeding ground for bacteria and fungi that cause, among other conditions, scratches (also called mud fever) and thrush, muddy footing in horse paddocks can also lead to lost horseshoes, soft hooves, and injuries caused by slipping on the slick footing. Additionally, feeding your horse on a muddy surface can result in ingestion of dirt or sand particles that could cause colic.Muddy paddocks can also have a negative environmental impact. Water runoff containing soil and traces of manure can contaminate local waterways and, if it leaches into the groundwater on your property, can also contaminate your well water.