mastaTEX® Hi Vis Layer Orange Geotextile

Product Code: 1000018

mastaTEX® HVL is an orange geotextile, the vivid colour warns of potential danger at the point for future excavations, whilst preventing upward movement of contaminated solid particles, and allows the free flow of water.

Description

High Visibility Layer Non-woven Polyester Geotextile

The mastaTEX® HVL is designed to separate contaminated and non-contaminated soils with its high visibility orange needled punched nonwoven geotextile. They provide the same performance and functions as the mastaTEX® F Range with an additional added benefit – they act as a warning and marker layer for years to come. This enables the user to leave contaminated soils in place.

Place the geotextile over the top before filling the area with the clean fill. The mastaTEX® HVL will separate the mediums ensuring they do not intermix, while providing confidence that if future excavations are done they are warned about hazardous materials below.

Three Functions of the mastaTEX® HVL

The mastaTEX® HVL excels at treating filtration and drainage as two entirely separate functions with the same product – preventing the upward movement of contaminated solid particles, and allowing the free flow of water. In addition to this, the orange colour warns of potential contamination hazards if encountered in future excavations

Benefits

  • High visibility
  • Prevents intermixing of adjacent soil layer
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Available in 6m x 150m rolls for rapid coverage
  • Available in a number of strengths to suit site requirements

Specifications

Applications

  • Warning Layer for future excavations
  • Filtration
  • Segregation of contaminated soil

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Description

High Visibility Layer Non-woven Polyester Geotextile

The mastaTEX® HVL is designed to separate contaminated and non-contaminated soils with its high visibility orange needled punched nonwoven geotextile. They provide the same performance and functions as the mastaTEX® F Range with an additional added benefit – they act as a warning and marker layer for years to come. This enables the user to leave contaminated soils in place.

Place the geotextile over the top before filling the area with the clean fill. The mastaTEX® HVL will separate the mediums ensuring they do not intermix, while providing confidence that if future excavations are done they are warned about hazardous materials below.

Three Functions of the mastaTEX® HVL

The mastaTEX® HVL excels at treating filtration and drainage as two entirely separate functions with the same product – preventing the upward movement of contaminated solid particles, and allowing the free flow of water. In addition to this, the orange colour warns of potential contamination hazards if encountered in future excavations

Benefits

  • High visibility
  • Prevents intermixing of adjacent soil layer
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Available in 6m x 150m rolls for rapid coverage
  • Available in a number of strengths to suit site requirements

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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