Tecomatic erosion protection plays an important role in infrastructure and equips our society for the future.
Sustainable and effective erosion protection
Tecomatic’s concrete mattresses are a quality-assured option for erosion protection. There is a wide range of uses. Our mattresses are available in three different models and are determined by the conditions of the project. They work equally well on land and in water and are available in a variety of thicknesses and therefore weights.
The concrete mattresses can also be used as a cover to prevent the spread of environmentally hazardous and contaminated materials into the surrounding water. The problem can arise, for example, at contaminated ports or at factories near water where contaminated materials have been dumped.
Another application is to protect and fold underwater wires and cables. They are then stabilized tightly against the bottom and the cables do not risk moving and wearing out.
Protect slopes ending in water from erosion
A common application for Tecomatic concrete mattresses is to protect slopes ending in water from erosion. A filter point mattress allows water to pass through the filter points, creating an even pressure in the slope. You can also combine different thicknesses if, for example, you want a heavier mattress on the outer edge. These are just some of the possible uses.
Learn about our customers’ challenges and how we have solved their needs.
Skanska - New Slussen
The redevelopment of the Slussen area in Stockholm has been ongoing for some time. Tecomatic is working on erosion protection in several parts of the area and in Mälardalen. One of the reasons for rebuilding Slussen is that the water level, and therefore the risk of flooding, is too high.
Merab (Mellanskånes Renhållnings AB) operates a waste facility and recycling center at Rönneholms mosse. The site also has three landfills, two closed and one active.
Baltic Offshore was commissioned by Ellevio to install 420 kV (kilovolt) HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) cable and in connection with this protect Beckomberga-Bredäng.
A customer in the recycling industry who, among other things, is engaged in the recycling of metals in southern Sweden needs sediment discharge in one of its treatment ponds.
Järlasjön is Nacka's largest lake and very important for outdoor recreation in the municipality, but despite reduced emissions from industries and households in the surrounding area, the water quality of the lake is threatened by poorly treated stormwater.