Composite geomembrane is an impermeable material made of geotextile fabric and geomembrane, which is divided into one fabric and one membrane and two fabric and one membrane, with a width of 4-6m and a weight of 200-1500g/㎡, and has high physical and mechanical properties such as tensile, tear resistance and top breaking.
Rough geomembranes are divided into single and double rough surfaces, which are generally used in landfills and are laid on slopes to increase the friction so that the membrane does not slip down on the slope. There are three types of rough geomembranes, i.e., starting rough mask, spray rough mask and column point rough mask.
HDPE geomembrane is a plastic coil composed of HDPE, which is a highly crystalline, non-polar thermoplastic resin. The appearance of HDPE in its original state is milky white, with a certain degree of translucency in the micro-thin cross-section. HDPE film has excellent impact resistance, so it is so at room temperature and even at a low temperature of -40F.
Steel-plastic geogrids are made of high-strength steel wires (or other fibers) specially treated with polyethylene (PE) and other auxiliaries by extrusion to form a composite high-strength tensile str
Convex node steel-plastic geogrid is an upgrade product of common steel-plastic geogrids. It has changed the shortcomings of ordinary geogrid, such as small peeling force (30N), easy cracking of solde
Fiberglass geogrid is a kind of high quality reinforced alkali-free glass fiber yarn, which is woven into matrix by advanced warp knitting machine, adopts warp knitting directional structure, makes fu
The warp knitted polyester geogrid uses industrial high strength, high modulus and low shrinkage polyester yarn as raw material, adopts warp knitting directional structure, and the intersection points
The biaxial plastic geogrid is made of polymer through extrusion, plate forming, punching and then longitudinal and transverse stretching. The material has great tensile strength both in longitudinal