3D Geomat for Highway and Railway Embankments

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Qingdao
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TT or LC
Min Order Qty:
1000 m²
Supply Capability:
500000 m²/month
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Description:
CMAX Geomat is a new kind seed planting material with tridimensional structure, which can effectively prevent the soil being washed away, and increase the area of virescence, and improve our environment very well.


Specification:
Item: EM2, EM3, EM4, EM5
Thickness: 10mm-16mm
Width:2m or as request
Length:50m or as request
Color: green or black color


Property:
1) Before the greensward grows, it prevents the surface of the land from the erosion of the wind and rain.
2) Form compound protection layer with the vegetable, standing the wash-out of the high water level and large speed current.
3) Replace the concrete, asphalt, and block, using in the slope surface protection of roadway, railway, river-way, dyke, and the hillside, etc.
Application:
1) Prevent the surface of ground form weather beaten before the seeds growing up.
2) The compound protection layer will be forming after the grass grow up, which can endure wash by high level and high speed water.
3) It can be a substitute of the concrete, bitumen, stone, and so on to the perfect slop protection material. So it can be widely used in highway, railway, riverway, embankment and so on.

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There are several advantages to using geotextile tubes for shoreline stabilization. Firstly, they provide effective erosion control by trapping sediment and preventing it from washing away. This helps to maintain the stability of the shoreline and protect against further erosion. Secondly, geotextile tubes are a cost-effective solution compared to traditional methods such as rock or concrete walls. They are relatively easy to install and require minimal maintenance. Additionally, geotextile tubes are flexible and can adapt to the natural contours of the shoreline, providing a more aesthetically pleasing and environmentally friendly solution. Lastly, these tubes can also be filled with locally sourced materials, reducing the need for transportation and minimizing the ecological impact.
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Concrete barriers enhance safety on construction sites in several ways. Firstly, they serve as a physical barrier between workers and potential hazards, such as moving vehicles or falling debris, providing a protective boundary. Additionally, these barriers help to redirect traffic away from the construction site, preventing unauthorized access and minimizing the risk of accidents. They also act as a visual signal, clearly marking the boundaries of the construction area and alerting both workers and passersby to exercise caution. Overall, concrete barriers play a crucial role in maintaining a safe work environment by reducing the likelihood of accidents and protecting personnel from potential dangers.
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Yes, earthwork products such as soil, gravel, and sand can be used in sports field installations. These materials are commonly used for the grading, leveling, and construction of sports fields to ensure proper drainage, stability, and playability.
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Yes, earthwork products can be used in road construction. Earthwork products, such as soil, gravel, and aggregate materials, are commonly used in various stages of road construction. These materials are used for sub-base and base layers, providing stability and strength to the road surface. Additionally, earthwork products can be utilized for embankments, drainage systems, and erosion control measures in road construction projects.
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Earthwork products contribute to noise reduction in construction projects by providing a natural barrier that absorbs and muffles sound. These products, such as soil, gravel, or rock, can be used to create berms, embankments, or retaining walls, which act as sound barriers between construction sites and nearby areas. The dense and compact nature of these materials helps to block and minimize the transmission of noise, reducing the overall impact of construction activities on the surrounding environment.
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Yes, earthwork products can be used for constructing embankments. Earthwork products such as soil, gravel, and rocks are commonly used to build embankments as they provide stability, support, and erosion control. These materials can be compacted and layered to create a solid foundation for the embankment, making it suitable for various construction projects such as roads, railways, and waterways.
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The load capacities available for earthwork products can vary widely depending on the specific product and its intended use. Some common load capacities include 10 tons, 20 tons, 30 tons, and even higher capacities for specialized applications. It is important to carefully consider the load capacity requirement for each specific project to ensure that the earthwork products can safely support the intended loads.
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Geosynthetic clay liners offer several benefits when used in golf course ponds. Firstly, they provide an effective barrier against seepage and leakage, ensuring the pond retains water efficiently. Secondly, they are highly durable and can withstand harsh weather conditions, preventing erosion and maintaining the structural integrity of the pond. Additionally, geosynthetic clay liners are environmentally friendly as they reduce the need for excavation and the use of traditional clay liners, thus minimizing disruption to the surrounding ecosystem. Lastly, their installation is relatively quick and cost-effective compared to other liner options, making them a practical choice for golf course pond construction.
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There are several types of geosynthetic drainage systems, including geocomposite drains, geonets, geotextile filters, geosynthetic clay liners, and geocomposite drainage sheets. These systems are designed to provide efficient and effective drainage in various applications, such as landfill liners, roadways, athletic fields, and retaining walls.
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Yes, earthwork products can be suitable for use in coastal areas. These products, such as geotextiles and erosion control materials, can help stabilize the soil, prevent erosion and protect coastal areas from the impact of waves, tides, and storms. They can be used to reinforce dunes, construct seawalls, or create barriers that prevent sediment migration. However, the specific suitability of earthwork products may depend on factors like the local climate, wave conditions, and the type of coastal environment.

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