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                    Green Roof Garden Growing Trays Drain Holes Plastic Plant Trays


                    Product  overview

                      Model No.   LC-2029
                      Item   Green Roof Garden Growing Trays Drain Holes Plastic Plant Trays
                      Specifications   500mm*500mm*100mm
                      Colour   Blue,green,black,(customize)
                      Material   HDPE(High density Polyethylene)
                      Weight:   0.861kg
                      Covering wet weight   8.653kg
                      Soil thickness   75mm
                      Production capacity   3184000 per day
                      Inner packing   35PCS in a carton
                      Application   Green roof /Garden roof /Roof farm
                      Operating temperature range   -20℃ --65℃
                      Origin   China
                      Usage life   20 years

                    Raw Material: 

                    The raw material we use, HDPE, is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic.It has high impact resistance, stronge mechanical properties and toughness, resistance to a variety of organic solvents and acid and alkali corrosion.It has a wide range of applications in the industry and it is the polymer material, non-toxic, pollution-free safe and reliable
                    Advantages : 
                    1.[Premium quality]: These flower pot were totally made of premium plastic with stunning craftsmanship. Definitely stronger, incredibly durable, water-saving, drought-resistan, and not easy to deform. This garden tray will not rot, crack or peel. No risk of water leakage, if you put them on your roof or balcony.
                    2.[Fast and easy to assemble]: The raised garden planters can be seamlessly pieced together to any size you need and help to build a wonderful garden in your yard or roof.
                    3.[special design]: The features of modularization and structuralization make it easy assembled and quick disassembled and can create different designs.The garden trays with crisscross water slot and filtration be able to balance drought and water-logging.
                    4.[ multiple functions] :Our tray is designed for Stormwater Management. Our tray has ridges and troughs at the base which capture and slowly release peak stormwater flows via a specific pattern of small drain orifices.besides we can collect rainwater and reuse, making the best use of every drop
                    5.[Interlocking Edges ]:Tray edges overlap, linking the individual trays to create a fully interlocking system. This tray design delaminates lateral wind pressures, thus reducing wind uplift across the entire installation. It also prevents trays from shifting apart, and allows trays to be overfilled with soil for invisible tray lines and a flexible soil depth.
                    6.[ Professional grade with automatic irrigation syetem]: Integrated high efficiency drip irrigation can be used in our planted-in-place system. 1). the bottom box storage the water, the cotton fiber can absorb and convey the water. 2). infiltrating irrigation or drop irrigation.
                    7.[Multiple uses]:This raised garden bed can be used to make your own green roofs, rooftop garden, living roof, balcony or your mini garden at anywhere you want. Plastic garden trays can easily be added to any yard and roof. Multiple expansion options are available.

                    What is green roof ?
                    A green roof is essentially the growing of plants on our roof tops. Also known as eco-roofs, vegetated roofs, or living roofs, a green roof is an engineered, lightweight roofing system that supports plants.It is an extension of the existing roof which involves, at a minimum, high quality water-proofing, root repellent system, the drainage system, filter cloth, a lightweight growing medium, and plants. In urban and suburban environments, it can be a way to make use of space that would otherwise be left bare. Besides, green roofs supplement traditional vegetation without disrupting urban infrastructure -- they take a neglected space and make it useful.
                    The popularity of green, living roofs is rapidly growing as more people are turning towards natural solutions and sustainable living. Recent times have seen the development of new technologies for rooftop planting, which has opened up a variety of planting options. There are now three recognised approaches to green roofs emerging in this expanding industry, which is often referred to as Intensive, Semi-Extensive, Extensive. Intensive green roofs, as the name suggests, take a lot more work to manage, as they involve keeping the various types of plants separate and maintaining an actual garden. Extensive green roofs, on the other hand, are left to grow naturally and without restriction, taking care of themselves as they would in the wild, and thus only requiring yearly weeding and fertilization. They can now be anything from a layer of sedum and mosses to plants, shrubs, water features and even golf courses. Long popular in Europe, green rooftops have begun to appeal to homeowners, businesses and even cities as an attractive way to promote environmentalism while solving the problems of conventional roofs.
                    As the technology behind the sustainability of green roofs has improved, architects, builders, and city planners all across the planet have begun turning to green roofs not just for their beauty but also for their practicality and their ability to lessen the environmental problems caused by conventional roofs.

                    Benefit of the green roof 
                    As land continues to be replaced with impervious surfaces due to population growth and urbanization, the necessity to recover green space is becoming increasingly critical to maintain environmental quality. There are a variety of reasons why an individual would want to pursue green roofing, both for the betterment of the ecology and the economy. 
                    Alleviate Flooding - Green roofs hold more rainwater after a heavy downpour than other roofing materials. A major benefit of green roofs is their ability to absorb stormwater and release it slowly over a period of several hours. Green roof systems have been shown to retain 60-100% of the stormwater they receive. in direct result this minimises the heavy runoff; which can cause local flooding and put pressure on sewage systems. The water is released slowly, therefore more water remains in the earths natural water cycle.
                    Protect the roofs - green roofs have a longer life-span than standard roofs because they are protected from ultraviolet radiation and the extreme fluctuations in temperature that cause roof membranes to deteriorate.
                    Create a natural habitat - a green roof can create a local ecology in which the vegetation will establish and provide a home for smaller elements of wildlife as well as insects and invertebrates. The provision of a healthy habitat in a place that could otherwise be empty provides support for the natural colonisation of locally arising plants, birds and small animals, encouraging a wider spread of species in the area.
                    Improve air quality – the vegetation assists in reducing both gaseous pollutants and dust particles by removing a proportion of them from the immediate environment. Additionally,Urban heat island effect is reduced, this is the difference in temperature between urban areas and the surrounding countryside. This happens because large building surfaces will both reflect and radiate solar energy within a built up area, which does not dissipate fully overnight. The substrate of a green roof will absorb some of this heat and the natural evaporation of water from both the plants and the soil helps to cool and humidify the air, thus lowering the ambient temperature.
                    Reduce Noise - Sedum turf has the ability to absorb sound unlike traditional materials that can reflect it. This is highly beneficial for noisey urban areas. Alternatively it improves the buildings sound insulation properties, reducing sound pollution from within the building.
                    Increased property value – the roof is an under-utilised development asset, which can be maximised for a number of purposes, including leisure, and offers a unique potential for replacing the land lost to the footprint of the building. Furthermore, the construction and maintenance of green roofs provide business opportunities for roofing contractors, plant producers, landscape designers and contractors, and other green industry members while addressing the issues of environmental stewardship.

                    Construction scheme
                    7 Easy Steps to Creating Green Roof
                    Step 1  Consult with a structural engineer to ensure that the joist can handle the changed use for the roof. You must determine from the outset whether the added weight of the plants will be something the roof can withstand. You should also find out whether there are any council or municipal vegetative roof restrictions.

                    Step 2  Install automatic drip irrigation system. Install a suitable number of sprinklers, depending on the green area of the roof and the type of plant planted, then install a control box.

                    Step 3  Connect gutters to create a fully interlocking system. Excess water should always be able to escape from the roof.Drainage outlets are cuted into the containment frameto allow water to flow into the roof’s guttering.

                    Step 4  Place garden trays. With a modular system like the one used here, any tray can be removed from the roof for maintenance without disturbing the others. In this system, plastic lips on the front and right sides overlap the left and back sides of neighboring trays for stability, creating a blanket that eliminates seams and reduces temperature fluctuations.

                    Step 5  Place the filter plate in the garden trays.

                    Step 6  Add soil. The substrate used needs to be light-weight to release the . Avoid using just common garden soils such as topsoil and peat as they are very heavy when wet, have a high organic content and will encourage undesirable vegetation to establish.
                    Step 7  Planting. The most exciting part of the green roof is the planting! You can tailor your planting to attract specific species of plants and wildlife or reflect the local seed bank. Many seed suppliers now offer green roof seed mixes specially formulated using plants that can cope with the extreme weather conditions associated with an elevated location.

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