StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape - 166mm x 20m

Product Code: RTB166

StrabaTEX™ is a non-woven polyester geotextile, laminated onto a bitumen compound polymer. This road tape is ideal for sealing joints in hot asphalt applications.
It is resistant to high temperatures allowing hot asphalt to be laid directly onto the product. This self-adhesive road tape is available in widths of 166mm up to 500mm, in 20-metre rolls.

Description

strabaTEX™ Road Tape is a non-woven polyester geotextile which is laminated onto a bitumen compound polymer. It is resistant to high temperatures allowing hot asphalt to be laid directly onto the product. strabaTEX™ Road Tape has exceptional adhesion to bitumen and concrete.

Its flexibility along with its self adhesive composite membrane, high tensile strength as well it’s puncture and heat resistance define it as the best solution in treating road and bridges. It is used to treat cracking in road pavements and can also be used to seal concrete culvert joints.

Benefits

  • Durable self-adhesive tape that can be applied quickly and easily by hand
  • Installation doesn’t required specialised tools
  • A long-term soluction for waterproofing construction joints
  • Polyfabrics products have a proven history of performance on major projects

All options available

RTB166 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 166mm x 20m
RTB250 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 250mm x 20m
RTB330 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 330mm x 20m
RTB500 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 500mm x 20m

Specifications

Applications

  • Pavement Joint Sealing
  • Basement Waterproofing
  • Concrete Crack Treatment

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Description

strabaTEX™ Road Tape is a non-woven polyester geotextile which is laminated onto a bitumen compound polymer. It is resistant to high temperatures allowing hot asphalt to be laid directly onto the product. strabaTEX™ Road Tape has exceptional adhesion to bitumen and concrete.

Its flexibility along with its self adhesive composite membrane, high tensile strength as well it’s puncture and heat resistance define it as the best solution in treating road and bridges. It is used to treat cracking in road pavements and can also be used to seal concrete culvert joints.

Benefits

  • Durable self-adhesive tape that can be applied quickly and easily by hand
  • Installation doesn’t required specialised tools
  • A long-term soluction for waterproofing construction joints
  • Polyfabrics products have a proven history of performance on major projects

All options available

RTB166 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 166mm x 20m
RTB250 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 250mm x 20m
RTB330 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 330mm x 20m
RTB500 StrabaTex Bitumen Road Tape – 500mm x 20m

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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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