Artificial Grass AirDrain Pet Relief Area DIY
From: Kevin Olive [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Tuesday, December 13, 2016 5:10 PM
To: Trey Parker <email@example.com>
Subject: Kevin Olive – Pet Relief Project
Here’s a look at the final product. It’s working great so far. 4’x5’ pet relief area. My pup used it immediately after I finished laying it down.
This is two pieces of 3’x5’ channeled vinyl overlapping each other to make a base layer. I purchased this at Home Depot for $26.
After laying down the airdrain material and cutting it to size, I used small zip ties to attach the four pieces together into one solid piece. Oscar inspecting the material.
I laid the artificial grass over the airdrain material without securing it. My pup tested it shortly after and it didn’t shift at all. The urine puddled a little but this morning it had made its way to the drain. An added benefit to not securing the artificial grass is that it allows you to lift the material in the event of the pet having a loose stool.
Total cost was about $230, but should serve as a long term solution.
Thank you again for all your help!
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Here is the ASTM D4716 Flow Rate per Unit Width and Hydraulic Transmissivity Testing for actual drainage capacity, at an 1/2% slope. The AirDrain will actually drain 2 inches per minute vertically at a 1/2% slope.
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