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Geotextiles - Non Woven

Geotextile on Job Site

Non-woven Geotextiles provide excellent stability in civil engineering applications. These products form protective barriers and support underneath and can vent built-up liquids and gases beneath the surface. Non-woven geotextiles are used as a cushion for a geomembrane liner or for subsurface drainage, roadway separation, railroad stabilization, hard armor underlayment, and in gas venting and drainage systems. Geomembrane Protection - Heavy weight nonwovens (Geotex 1001, 1201, 1601) cushion and protect geomembranes from damage by sharp objects, elevating puncture, impact and abrasion resistance. Drainage Systems - When laminated to a geonet to make a drainage composite, creating the ability to move liquids to sumps as required by design. Gas Venting - Geocomposites also provide collection and lateral transmission of liquids and gases that may build up beneath flexible geomembranes used in the closure and capping of waste facilities.

features:

  • Effective In Most Soils
  • Extends Road & Railway Life
  • Prevents Fouling of Ballast (Railroad Tracks)
  • Excellent Chemical Compatibility
  • Stabilizes Sub Grades

geotextile uses:

Geotextile Installation
  • Subsurface Drainage
  • Railroad Stabilization
  • Asphalt Overlay
  • Gas Venting
  • Roadway Separation
  • Hard Armor Underlayment
  • Geomembrane Protection
  • Drainage Systems
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GeoWeb, Geocells and Cellular Confinement

The Presto Geoweb® cellular confinement system is an expandable three-dimensional polyethylene, honeycomb-like structure that provides cost-effective solutions to slope and channel protection, load support and earth retention applications. It is used in landfill cover applications, detention pond protection, dam face protection and channel lining systems.

The Geoweb system stabilizes the selected infill material through confinement of soils in its network of interconnected cells. Integral components include tendons and ATRA® load-transfer clips for overall system stability.

DESIGN NOTES ISO 9002 Certification - Complimentary project evaluation service For more product and application details, please visit Presto's web site at www.prestogeo.com Geoweb® and ATRA® are registered trademarks of Presto Products Company.

Disclaimer: These guidelines are for informational purposes only and are intended as illustration or general information only and are not intended as a guarantee or warranty. Colorado Lining International assumes no responsibilities in connection with the use of this information.

GeoWeb being installed

features:

  • Different Sizes Available
  • Durable Protection For Impervious Liners
  • Allows For Sub Grade Deformation
  • Improves Lateral Damage
  • Easy Trasport
  • Fast and Easy to Install

geoweb uses:

GeoWeb, Geocells, Cellular Confinement on Job Site
  • Lagoons
  • Storm Water Basins
  • Landfill Covers
  • Embankments
  • Channeling Systems
  • Detention Ponds
  • Dam Face
  • Vegetated Or Non-Vegetate Slopes
  • Shorelines
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Geonets and Geocomposites

Geonets & Geocomposites function well on cost-effective drainage systems with excellent hydraulic properties. These products, functioning very well on steep slopes, are less expensive and more durable than the common sand and gravel systems.

Disclaimer: These guidelines are for informational purposes only and are intended as illustration or general information only and are not intended as a guarantee or warranty. Colorado Lining International assumes no responsibilities in connection with the use of this information.

Cost Effective & Functional Product

Geocomposite being installed

features:

  • Flexible
  • Lightweight
  • Easy To Install
  • Cost Effective
  • Designed For Specific Flow Rates
  • Long Term Durability
  • Resists Chemical & Biological Degradation
  • Excellent Surface For Geomembrane Placement

geocomposite uses:

Geocomposite being installed
  • Power Plants
  • Landfill Leachate Collection
  • Gas Collection
  • Mine Ore Treatment Pads
  • Landscape Applications & Repairs
  • Cover Drainage
  • Leak Detection
  • Erosion Control
  • Sports Fields
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GCL - GeoClay Liner

GCLs are a great secondary or supportive layer used in conjunction with the right geomembrane. The use of GCLs and the proper liner can be your solution to sub grade and leak protection issues.

Composite Linings: Geo Clay Liners can completely or partially replace thick, multi lift compacted clay layers in composite landfill liners and caps due to the efficiency of the high swelling natural sodium bentonite clay.

Design Notes Clay Liners are available under the product name Bentomat® CLT (manufactured by CETCO.)

The Bentomat® needlepunching process consistently reinforces the bentonite layer with thousands of high tenacity fibers that resist and transfer the shearing stresses into the encapsulating geotextiles.

The uniform confinement provided by the fibers from this process resist lateral migration of the bentonite clay within the Bentomat® - in either a dry or hydrated state.

The needlepunched fibers are more durable over a wider range of installation conditions and greatly reduce the adverse effects of premature hydration during installation.

Disclaimer: These guidelines are for informational purposes only and are intended as illustration or general information only and are not intended as a guarantee or warranty. Colorado Lining International assumes no responsibilities in connection with the use of this information.

GCL on Job site

features:

  • Increased Containment Volume
  • Greater Installation Speed
  • Minimum Air Space Requirements
  • Replaces 3ft Of Compacted Clay Liner For Composite Liner Systems
  • Durability and Easy of Maintenance
  • Cost Effective Solution

gcl uses:

GCL Installation
  • Composite Linings
  • Surface Impoundments
  • MSW Landfills
  • Seepage Control
  • Mining
  • Secondary Containment
  • Canals and Channels
  • Wetlands
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