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Geotextiles Applications

  • railways

    Geotextile provides inherently stronger track system that lasts longer, requires little maintenance, and produces a net cost savings. For new track or repairs, there's no need to remove native soil, install our product directly on the subgrade and eliminate contamination from below the ballast.

    By Manas Geo Tech India Pvt. Ltd. based in New Delhi, INDIA.

  • Separation and reinforcement for roads & railways

    Use of geotextiles in Roads & Railways is one of the most common applications of geotextiles. The pumping effect generated by traffic passing can cause a fast deterioration of the ballast and granular support of those to sleepers and asphalt or concrete. High strength nonwoven or woven geotextiles can offer an excellent solution to avoid these failures.

    By Mattex Geosynthetics based in Dubai, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.

  • Water Containment

    Polymeric liners are prone to puncture by inclusions within the underlying soil. Thick, non-woven geotextile can be used to give protection to liners during installation. Often the upper slopes are exposed to damage and it is a good practice to cover these areas with a depth of soil which will sustain vegetation. Alternatively, a stone or concrete substance can be used to achieve a hard landscaped appearance. Our product will protect the liner from puncture whilst also providing a degree of slope stability.

    By Manas Geo Tech India Pvt. Ltd. based in New Delhi, INDIA.

  • Geotextiles solutions for tunnel construction areas

    Quicker, easier, safer transportation means are required. Depending on geographical zones, tunnels can be a must to reach your final destination easily. Decades of experience in tunnel constructions with TenCate Polyfelt P have shown that protection geotextiles replaces the need for drainage material around the tunnel lining.

    By TenCate Geosynthetics Netherlands bv based in AE in Nijverdal, NETHERLANDS.

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