mastaTEX® F Range Non-Woven Geotextile

Product Code: PF64-6-75

TerraStop® non-woven needle-punched geotextile, made from polyester, recommended for pavement stabilisation, subgrade/subsoil separation, slope stabilisation and liner protection.

Description

mastaTEX® F is a non-woven needle-punched geotextile made from polyester, providing separation, filtration, protection or reinforcement functions in engineering projects. It enhances the performance and design life of granular layers by providing the filtration and separation functions.

mastaTEX® provides specific advice and recommendations in construction through specialist laboratories and technical support.

mastaTEX® F Range is manufactured in accordance to ISO 9001:2008.

Benefits

Cost-Effective

mastaTEX® is often the most cost effective solution to engineering problems including cracked roads, weak soil, liquid and gas leaks from landfill sites.

UV-resistant

The natural UV resistance of polyester ensures the material can withstand the harsh Australian environment.

Superior Technical Performance

mastaTEX® F range nonwoven geotextiles provide superior technical performance. Due to high levels of elongation, the product will adapt to unforeseeable deformations within the sub-base reducing the risk of damage during installation.

Polyfabrics can provide specific technical advice and recommendations for mastaTEX® F usage in construction.

Prevents Intermixing of Granular Materials & Soils

mastaTEX® F Range geotextiles provide an effective solution when 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.

Prevents the Ingress of Fines into Drainage Media

Whether it’s a granular drain or a Geosynthetic alternative such as an open TerraDrain unit, mastaTEX® F Range are ideal for preventing the ingress of fines.

Coastal & Waterway Engineering

The hydraulic and filtration properties of the mastaTEX® F range geotextiles make them highly effective in replacing traditional filter layers. The polyester fibre enables the geotextile material to sink underwater, making it easier to install and place on the water bed.

Code: Description:
PF14-2-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 2x100m
PF14-2-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 2x250m
PF14-3-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 3x100m
PF14-3-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 3x250m
PF14-4-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 4x100m
PF14-4-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 4x250m
PF14-6-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 6x100m
PF14-6-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 6x250m
PF24-2-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 2x200m
PF24-3-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 3x200m
PF24-4-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 4x200m
PF24-6-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 6x200m
PF34-2-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 2x150m
PF34-2-50 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 2x50m
PF34-3-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 3x150m
PF34-4-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 4x150m
PF34-6-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 6x150m
PF44-2-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 2x100m
PF44-3-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 3x100m
PF44-4-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 4x100m
PF44-6-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 6x100m
PF54-6-75 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class E 6x75m
PF64-6-75 mastaTEX® N/Woven 464 6x75m

Specifications

Applications

  • Pavement Stabilisation
  • Subgrade/Subsoil Separation
  • Slope Stabilisation
  • Liner protection

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Description

mastaTEX® F is a non-woven needle-punched geotextile made from polyester, providing separation, filtration, protection or reinforcement functions in engineering projects. It enhances the performance and design life of granular layers by providing the filtration and separation functions.

mastaTEX® provides specific advice and recommendations in construction through specialist laboratories and technical support.

mastaTEX® F Range is manufactured in accordance to ISO 9001:2008.

Benefits

Cost-Effective

mastaTEX® is often the most cost effective solution to engineering problems including cracked roads, weak soil, liquid and gas leaks from landfill sites.

UV-resistant

The natural UV resistance of polyester ensures the material can withstand the harsh Australian environment.

Superior Technical Performance

mastaTEX® F range nonwoven geotextiles provide superior technical performance. Due to high levels of elongation, the product will adapt to unforeseeable deformations within the sub-base reducing the risk of damage during installation.

Polyfabrics can provide specific technical advice and recommendations for mastaTEX® F usage in construction.

Prevents Intermixing of Granular Materials & Soils

mastaTEX® F Range geotextiles provide an effective solution when 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.

Prevents the Ingress of Fines into Drainage Media

Whether it’s a granular drain or a Geosynthetic alternative such as an open TerraDrain unit, mastaTEX® F Range are ideal for preventing the ingress of fines.

Coastal & Waterway Engineering

The hydraulic and filtration properties of the mastaTEX® F range geotextiles make them highly effective in replacing traditional filter layers. The polyester fibre enables the geotextile material to sink underwater, making it easier to install and place on the water bed.

Code: Description:
PF14-2-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 2x100m
PF14-2-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 2x250m
PF14-3-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 3x100m
PF14-3-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 3x250m
PF14-4-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 4x100m
PF14-4-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 4x250m
PF14-6-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 6x100m
PF14-6-250 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class A 6x250m
PF24-2-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 2x200m
PF24-3-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 3x200m
PF24-4-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 4x200m
PF24-6-200 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class B 6x200m
PF34-2-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 2x150m
PF34-2-50 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 2x50m
PF34-3-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 3x150m
PF34-4-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 4x150m
PF34-6-150 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class C 6x150m
PF44-2-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 2x100m
PF44-3-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 3x100m
PF44-4-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 4x100m
PF44-6-100 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class D 6x100m
PF54-6-75 mastaTEX® N/Woven Class E 6x75m
PF64-6-75 mastaTEX® N/Woven 464 6x75m

Applications

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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