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Geosynthetics

Geomembranes

Geomembranes Geomembranes are impermeable, making them watertight. They are used for various functions: waterproofing liquid storage tanks; sealing cofferdams to deflect water; covering the bottom and sides of a temporary diversion channel; containing and separating contaminated soils; temporarily covering bare soil and storing [...]

Geomembranes2020-11-16T12:06:05-05:00

Geogrids

Geogrids The function of geogrids is soil reinforcement and stabilization. They are composed of polymer-based geosynthetics in the form of a grid, meaning that the total surface area of the openings is greater than that occupied by the ribs and cross-overs making up the geogrid mesh. Geogrids [...]

Geogrids2020-11-16T12:07:03-05:00

High-performance geotextiles

High-performance geotextiles High-performance geotextiles are woven monofilament geotextiles designed to have very high tensile strength coupled with greater permeability to water. The flow rates and pore structures of high-performance geotextiles make it possible to achieve specific results for certain applications. Function These geotextiles are used [...]

High-performance geotextiles2020-11-16T12:26:08-05:00

Woven geotextiles

Woven geotextiles Woven geotextiles give very good reinforcing performance, because they stretch very little compared with nonwoven geotextiles. Another advantage is that they absorb little water and thus remain light at all times. Function Woven geotextiles offer very high tensile strength with little stretching. They [...]

Woven geotextiles2020-11-16T12:27:28-05:00

Nonwoven geotextiles

Nonwoven geotextiles Nonwoven geotextiles are made up of randomly arranged short fibres linked together by means of a needle-punching and/or thermo-calendering process. They have a felt-like appearance. Function This type of geotextile is the one most often used, for various applications, on the majority of [...]

Nonwoven geotextiles2020-11-16T12:28:38-05:00