Permeable geotextile is used in four fields in engineering

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There are six main functions: 1. Isolation 2. Filtration 3. Drainage 4. Reinforcement 5. Protection 6. Enclosure Can be used in four areas 1. Water conservancy projects: sea embankment polyester nonwoven geotextile for sale, river embankment, lake embankment compliance project; reservoir reinforcement project; reclamation project; flood prevention and emergency rescue. 2. Highway and railway airport engineering: soft foundation reinforcement treatment; slope protection; anti-reflection crack structure layer of pavement; drainage system; greening isolation zone. 3. Electrical engineering: nuclear power plant basic project; thermal power ash dam project; hydropower station project. 4. Port channel engineering: port. What you mean by permeable water is drainage. It is to eliminate excess water and prevent soil erosion! Laying process of breathable low cost textured geomembrane: Storage, transportation and handling Geotextile Geotextile rolls should be protected from damage before installation and deployment. Geotextile rolls should be stacked in a place where there is no water accumulation, the height of the pile should not exceed four rolls, and the identification sheet of the roll can be seen. Geotextile rolls must be covered with opaque materials to prevent UV aging. During the storage process, the integrity of the label and the data must be maintained. During the transportation process (including the transportation from the material storage site to the work site), the high quality textured geomembrane roll must be protected from damage. Geotextile rolls that have been physically damaged must be repaired. Geotextiles that are severely worn cannot be used. Any geotextile exposed to leaking chemical reagents is not allowed to be used in this project.

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