Erosion Control Equipment in Indiana

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AASHTO - Geotextile

by Polymer Group, Inc.     based in Old Hickory, TENNESSEE (USA)

TYPAR C-Class construction geotextiles are value engineered to provide optimum strength, uniformity and durability characteristics for AASHTO M-288 applications. TYPAR C-Class fabrics combine over 40 years of nonwoven manufacturing technology and experience into one product line, providing the ideal solution for stabilization, separation, drainage ...

TYPAR - Civil Geotextiles for Filtration / Separation

by Polymer Group, Inc.     based in Old Hickory, TENNESSEE (USA)

TYPAR geotextiles create a layer of separation that develops a graded aggregate filter layer in the subgrade soil to maintain separation and eliminate the risk of soil mixing or ‘pumping’. TYPAR promotes development of such filter layers due to its unique bonded fibers that create a pathway resembling a well-graded aggregate filter. ...

Turbidity Barriers

by Granite Environmental, Inc     based in Sebastian, FLORIDA (USA)

Turbidity Barriers, also known as turbidity curtains, silt barriers, and silt curtains in the industry are designed specifically to contain and control the dispersion of floating turbidity and silt in a water body related to marine construction, pile driving, site work (stormwater sheetflow) and dredging activities. Turbidity or suspended solids ...

Causes of Soil Erosion

by Granite Environmental, Inc     based in Sebastian, FLORIDA (USA)

The causes of soil erosion can be broken down into two main categories: Erosion by Water and Erosion by Wind. Although soil erosion is a natural occurrence on all land, there are certain factors that call accelerate the erosion making it more noticeable and problematic. With the help of products like coir mats, woven geotextiles, and non-woven ...

Wind Erosion

by Granite Environmental, Inc     based in Sebastian, FLORIDA (USA)

Wind erosion is the main source of erosion in areas with arid climates. This can occur in two main ways: deflation and abrasion. Deflation moves particulates (dust) from one area to another. Abrasion occurs when the moving particulates come in contact with solid object.

Coastal Erosion

by Granite Environmental, Inc     based in Sebastian, FLORIDA (USA)

Coastal Erosion is a natural occurrence on exposed and sheltered coasts alike. Currents, waves, and sea level changes directly affect erosion on the coast. While we as humans can contribute to the problem, we also can do our part to prevent it and restore our shorelines.

Model Type 2 - Silt Barrier Turbidity Curtains

by Granite Environmental, Inc     based in Sebastian, FLORIDA (USA)

Type II Silt Barrier is specifically designed for in-water control of silt and turbidity around dredging activities, pile driving rip-rap installation, demolition work, etc.

Woven Geotextiles

by Clean Air And Water Systems, LLC (CAAWS)     based in Dousman, WISCONSIN (USA)

Woven geotextiles are designed to act as a separation layer or for soil stabilization. Read bed stabilization to prevent the overlying aggregates from being embedded into the soft subgrade below. Due to their high strength, they are used to disperse point loading over a larger area to prevent “pot holes” from developing. (ASTM, ISO).

Pratex

by Cupolex Building Systems - Pontarolo Engineering Inc.     based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The lakes, streams, rivers and ponds are becoming polluted. Vehicle access ways or pavements such as roads, streets, driveways, lanes, residential and commercial parking lots, etc. are a major source of pollutants. Autos spend most of their time in parking lots and driveways, dripping the various petrochemical fuels, fluids and additives onto the ...

Geosynthetics Such As Geocells, Geotextiles, Silt Fences, Geogrids And Erosion Control Blankets

by Armtec     based in Guelph, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Armtec carries a full line of woven and non-woven geosynthetics manufactured from polyester or polypropylene. High-strength geosynthetics are commonly used in reinforced soil structures such as retaining walls, over-steepened slopes and embankments constructed on weak soils. Low upfront cost and highly predictable performance makes them a ...

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