E'DRAIN® Geosynthetic Drainage

Product Code: 1000001

E’DRAIN is commonly used in conjunction with geotextiles to replace traditional materials such as sand and gravel to provide drainage in roadways, landfill, subgrade and tunnel wall projects.

Description

Bi-Planar & Tri-Planar Geonet

E’DRAIN (Bi-Planar and Tri-Planar Geonet) can be used, in conjunction with geotextiles, to replace traditional materials (e.g. sand, gravel) to provide drainage in landfill, subgrade and/or tunnel wall projects.

They are composed of extruded high-profile polymeric ribs crossing at an angle to create an integral net structure.

The E’DRAIN Range is manufactured in accordance to ISO 9001:2008

E’DRAIN Bi-Planar Geonet:

  • Made from high performance HDPE resin to resist compression and carbon black to give protection from UV degradation.
  • Chemical and Biological Resistance: Manufactured from high density polyethylene which is unaffected by all chemicals, including acids, alkalis and salts, normally found in soils. As it is not a nutrient, it is therefore unaffected by micro-organisms in soil.

E’DRAIN Tri-Planar Geonet:

  • Designed for directional flow especially down batters with high comprehensive strengths and enhanced flows by reducing geotextile impediment in the core.
  • Chemical and Biological Resistance: Similar properties to the Bi-Planar

Specifications

Applications

  • Tunnels
  • Landfill leachate collection and leak detection
  • Roadway and pavement drainage
  • Underground concrete structures
  • Underground pipeline protection

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Description

Bi-Planar & Tri-Planar Geonet

E’DRAIN (Bi-Planar and Tri-Planar Geonet) can be used, in conjunction with geotextiles, to replace traditional materials (e.g. sand, gravel) to provide drainage in landfill, subgrade and/or tunnel wall projects.

They are composed of extruded high-profile polymeric ribs crossing at an angle to create an integral net structure.

The E’DRAIN Range is manufactured in accordance to ISO 9001:2008

E’DRAIN Bi-Planar Geonet:

  • Made from high performance HDPE resin to resist compression and carbon black to give protection from UV degradation.
  • Chemical and Biological Resistance: Manufactured from high density polyethylene which is unaffected by all chemicals, including acids, alkalis and salts, normally found in soils. As it is not a nutrient, it is therefore unaffected by micro-organisms in soil.

E’DRAIN Tri-Planar Geonet:

  • Designed for directional flow especially down batters with high comprehensive strengths and enhanced flows by reducing geotextile impediment in the core.
  • Chemical and Biological Resistance: Similar properties to the Bi-Planar

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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