mastaTEX® Handy Rolls – 2m x 100m are produced from Bi-component technology using PP/PE blended polymers. These strong fabrics are suitable for a wide range of applications, ranging from regular DIY to pipe and trench lining. The material used for mastaTEX® Handy Rolls – 2m x 100m has been pre-cut to fit into the back of any tradies vehicle making transportation easy.
Features of MastaTEX® Handy Rolls
Prevent Intermixing of Granular Materials and Soils
mastaTEX® geotextiles provide an effective solution to the problem of constructing a stable granular layer over soft foundation soils. When stone is placed directly on a soft subgrade, the imposed load often causes intermixing of two layers. This results in contamination of the stone layer and a resulting loss in bearing strength, surface rutting and deformation at the sub-base/subgrade interface.
This product is predicted to be durable for more than 25 years in soils with a pH in the range 2 to 14 and with a temperature of less than 25℃.
mastaTEX® standard geotextiles are unaffected by the chemicals which normally exist in soils.
Polyfabrics’ geosynthetic products are delivered to site in polyethylene wrapping to protect against the effects of ultra-violet radiation. It is recommended that the products remain wrapped until their installation.
Once unwrapped, the products should be completely covered with fill within 1 month to avoid exposure to UV radiation.
Adequate precautions should always be taken to protect all products from UV radiation to achieve the stated durability.
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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 specialiSes 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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