Erosion Control Equipment in Oregon

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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 ...

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).

L & M - Spun-Bonded Geotextiles

by L & M Supply Company     based in Willacoochee, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Spun-bonded geotextiles. Rugged, nonwoven fabrics appropriate for many applications, particularly in landscape construction, spun-bound geotextiles are used by landscapers to separate subsoils from surface stone or mulch and control weeds. Like wovens and nonwovens, spun-bonded geotextiles are used extensively in construction applications but most ...

L & M - Non Woven Geotextiles Fabrics

by L & M Supply Company     based in Willacoochee, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Non woven Geotextiles Fabrics are probably the most commonly known geotextiles. Nonwoven polypropylene fabric, which has a felt-like consistency, combines strength and flow ability. Available in varying weights and thicknesses, the fabrics are strong but permeable, allowing for varied uses. Nonwoven fabrics commonly are used as a separator between ...

Non-Woven Geotextiles

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

Geocomposites were originally designed to replace a sand or gravel drainage layer. Geocomposite is made by laminating a nonwoven geotextile to either one or both sides of a geonet. The textile is designed to filter out particles to prevent the geonet from clogging. Commonly the Geocomposite is installed either above or below a geomembrane. In a ...

Coconut Fiber Biomat

by BIO GLOBAL GROUP INC.     based in Moore Haven, FLORIDA (USA)

This fiber is used in bioengineering projects, degraded areas, pipelines, airports, roads, railways, residential and industrial projects, mining projects with great landscape effect, Steep Slopes, drainage channels of moderate to high flow, margins watercourses sensitive to erosion.


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 ...

AgruTex - NonWoven Geotextile

by Agru America, Inc.     based in Georgetown, SOUTH CAROLINA (USA)

A 100% polypropylene (PP) nonwoven geotextile, AgruTex lowers initial project costs as it reduces the amount of base material needed.The staple fiber needle-punch geotextile is ideal for environmental and civil engineering applications including cushioning, separation, stabilization, and filtration. AgruTex extends the life of a project by ...

EcoGreenText - Non Woven Geotextile

by EcoGreenText, Inc.     based in Queens, NEW YORK (USA)

EcoGreenText’s Non woven Geotextiles are fibrous sheets in which the fibers can be almost randomly orientated. These materials are manufactured from either staple fibers (synthetic or natural) or continuous filaments of PP or PET which are randomly distributed in layers onto a moving belt to form a 'web' of assembled fibers; blends of PP and ...

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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