TerraStop® HS Woven Geotextile

Product Code: 1000017

High strength polyester fabrics ranging in strength from 100-1200kN/m suitable for solving complex engineering problems. They are used to reinforce soils where extremely high tensile strength with low elongation is required.

Description

TerraStop HS Woven Geotextiles are manufactured from high-tenacity polyester (PET) yarns, knitted to form a structured matting. The high strength polyester fabrics range in strength from 100-1000 kN/m and are suitable for solving complex engineering problems. They are used to reinforce soils where extremely high tensile strength with low elongation is required.

Benefits Of TerraStop HS Woven

  • Manufactured under ISO 9001
    The design factors stated are based on manufacturers independent research and testing.Product strength and stiffness are affected both by temperature and by rate or duration of loading. For these reasons it is important that standard methods of tensile testing are used, so that temperature and strain rate are defined.
  • International Standard BS EN ISO 10319:1996
    TerraStop HS Woven Geotextiles, quality control (QC) tensile testing is carried out using the method given in International Standard BS EN ISO 10319:1996. This is a wide width method with specimen width of 200mm. Strain rate is 20% per minute and test temperature is 20°C.

Applications

TerraStop HS Woven is designed for Civil Engineering applications such as:

  • Reinforcement of granular soils
  • Embankment reinforcement
  • Retaining structures
  • Basal reinforcement
  • Piling platforms
  • Subgrade improvement

Specifications

Applications

  • Embankments
  • Slope Stabilsation
  • Retaining Structures
  • Subgrade Improvement
  • Piling Platforms
  • Basal Reinforcement

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Description

TerraStop HS Woven Geotextiles are manufactured from high-tenacity polyester (PET) yarns, knitted to form a structured matting. The high strength polyester fabrics range in strength from 100-1000 kN/m and are suitable for solving complex engineering problems. They are used to reinforce soils where extremely high tensile strength with low elongation is required.

Benefits Of TerraStop HS Woven

  • Manufactured under ISO 9001
    The design factors stated are based on manufacturers independent research and testing.Product strength and stiffness are affected both by temperature and by rate or duration of loading. For these reasons it is important that standard methods of tensile testing are used, so that temperature and strain rate are defined.
  • International Standard BS EN ISO 10319:1996
    TerraStop HS Woven Geotextiles, quality control (QC) tensile testing is carried out using the method given in International Standard BS EN ISO 10319:1996. This is a wide width method with specimen width of 200mm. Strain rate is 20% per minute and test temperature is 20°C.

Applications

TerraStop HS Woven is designed for Civil Engineering applications such as:

  • Reinforcement of granular soils
  • Embankment reinforcement
  • Retaining structures
  • Basal reinforcement
  • Piling platforms
  • Subgrade improvement

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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