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Nonwoven Geotextiles

MultiTrack nonwoven geotextiles provide engineers with a comprehensive range of products in 70-2000gsm. Manufactured in state of the art facilities and provide the combined qualities of high water permeability and mechanical robustness.

Geotextiles play a major role in construction when performing the functions of separation, filtration and erosion control. We offer two types of MultiTrack, Nonwoven and Superior Nonwoven.

MultiTrack being installed against sea wall

MultiTrack nonwoven geotextiles have been designed and developed to offer optimum performance per unit weight. Their resulting mechanical robustness and excellent hydraulic properties make them the ideal choice for applications requiring separation and filtration. Nonwoven geotextiles, due to there high elongation at break, offer greater resistance to installation damage.

Furthermore nonwoven geotextiles and in particular our SNW range, are ideally suited for use in membrane protection and coastal defences due to there excellent puncture resistance and permeability properties.

Our MultiTrack ranges have been carefully developed to provide engineers with a comprehensive choice of strengths, mechanical and hydraulic properties, to meet most on site requirements.

Case study

Bristol Airport, Silverzone Car Park

With both an increase in passenger numbers and volume of flights there was a need for the operators of Bristol Airport to undertake a range of improvements across the airport complex to cope with the growing demand. Wrekin were able to provide the necessary technical advice and provide a cost effective alternative in place of the originally specified composite geogrid product.

South West Airports Limited
South West Airports Limited
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Related case study

Ornamental Pond at Fallow Park

Fallow Park is an exclusive housing development on the outskirts of Cannock. A 1400m2 ornamental pond with green space was designed to enhance the development and provide a habitat for a variety of wildlife. The ground conditions and nature of the finished pond meant that an impermeable membrane would be required to line the pond.

Jessup Brothers
Jessup Brothers
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