SOPRANATURE® Drain Plate 60 SKU: W918

SOPRANATURE® Drain Plate 60 SKU: W918

SOPRANATURE Drain Plate 60 is a 2-1/2” (63.5 mm) tall, three-dimensional plastic structure for green roofs made of recycled high-density polyethylene. Typically the entire top surface is filled witha lightweight inorganic aggregate to support the separation fabric and planting media above.

Product Properties

  • Type Drainage Mat


Lay the plates over the SOPRANATURE Moisture Retention Mat overlapped 6”. Cut single plates, using a board to protect underlying materials from damage. Butt panels tightly together, staggering end joits by one-half sheet. Fill the plates completely to the top with a lightweight aggegate. Lay separation fabric over plates, overlapping 6”. Spread green roof planting media.


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