mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 10mm - 2.5m x 20m

Product Code: MTC40/10/2.5/20

mastaTEX® Concrete is a needle punched composite, consisting of concrete-sand mix, embedded and fixed between two layers of geo-textile.

Description

mastaTEX® Concrete is a needle punched composite, consisting of concrete-sand mix, embedded and fixed between two layers of geo-textile. It is much faster and cheaper to install than conventional materials, and our strict quality control of raw materials makes the finished product fail-proof.

It provides a substrate for direct applications of a thin protective layer of regular concrete, which may be used in various weather conditions. The fabric is fastened to an outer part with nails, which provides a solid water-resistant surface stabilisation, further braced thanks to internal reinforcing fibres.

All options available

MTC40/7/1.1/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 7mm – 1.1x20m
MTC40/7/2.5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 7mm – 2.5x20m
MTC40/7/5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 7mm – 5x20m
MTC40/10/2.5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 10mm – 2.5x20m
MTC40/10/5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 10mm – 5x20m

mastaTEX® Concrete Case Studies

Specifications

Applications

  • Embankments
  • Replacing Shotcrete
  • Bund Lining
  • Slope Stabilization
  • Mattress Spillways
  • Trenches/Swale Drains

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Product Spec Sheet

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Installation Guide

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Hydration Guidelines

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Description

mastaTEX® Concrete is a needle punched composite, consisting of concrete-sand mix, embedded and fixed between two layers of geo-textile. It is much faster and cheaper to install than conventional materials, and our strict quality control of raw materials makes the finished product fail-proof.

It provides a substrate for direct applications of a thin protective layer of regular concrete, which may be used in various weather conditions. The fabric is fastened to an outer part with nails, which provides a solid water-resistant surface stabilisation, further braced thanks to internal reinforcing fibres.

All options available

MTC40/7/1.1/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 7mm – 1.1x20m
MTC40/7/2.5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 7mm – 2.5x20m
MTC40/7/5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 7mm – 5x20m
MTC40/10/2.5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 10mm – 2.5x20m
MTC40/10/5/20 mastaTEX® Concrete 40MPA Roll 10mm – 5x20m

mastaTEX® Concrete Case Studies

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Meet the Team

Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specializes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.

Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.

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