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Membranes


Having a membrane is an essential part of a riding schools drainage system. It stops fine particles of sand entering into the stone base, which will slow down the percolation rate. Also, particles can lead to the drainage potentially blocking them up.

Drains are constructed with a series of V channels surrounded by gravel, laid in trenches cut into the arena base. A needle-punched geotextile membrane tops the trenches to allow water to seep through, while keeping silt and sediment from blocking the drains.

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