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RHINOSKIN WOVEN COATED
PE GEOMEMBRANES
RhinoSkin®
Woven Coated
Polyethylene (PE)
Geomembranes
can be used for
cover applications,
such as landfill
leachate reduction;
agriculture,
manure and salt;
environmental
protection; and general-purpose cover
solutions. They are also appropriate for liner
short-term applications, such as agriculture
irrigation; temporary stormwater diversion
ponds; underground stormwater detention;
golf course and retention ponds; spill
containment and remediation. RhinoSkin is
easy to weld in the factory and the field. It
includes an HDPE high-strength woven core for
outstanding dimensional strength and stability,
and an engineered LLDPE/LDPE coating for
flexibility, chemical resistance and protection
against ultraviolet light, ozone and oxidation.
www.rhinoskin.com

Presto Geosystems
Exhibitor Booth 525
GEOWEB 3D SOIL
STABILIZATION SYSTEM
GEOWEB® 3D
geocells are a
35-plus-year proven
solution for solving
soil stabilization
challenges on
unpaved and
paved roadways,
slopes, channels
and retaining walls.
With the highstrength, high-density polyethylene (HDPE)
system, infill materials are confined and stable
within the 3D structure, reducing cross-section
requirements by up to 60%, allowing lower cost
on-site fill, and minimizing maintenance. Fully
integrated accessories are part of the design
solution. The GEOWEB 3D Soil Stabilization
System is effective in general site construction,
airports, dams, green building, roads and
highways, slope erosion control, channel
stabilization, retaining walls, mining, rail, oil/gas,
transmission and wind.
www.prestogeo.com

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Propex GeoSolutions
Exhibitor Booth 503
PETROMAT ENVIRO
PETROMAT Enviro
is an asphalt
pavement overlay
and chip seal
surface treatment
that was developed
to solve the milling
and recycling
issues associated
with traditional
paving fabric. This
patent-pending solution is engineered to easily
mill into small pieces without compromising
its ability to provide moisture protection, stress
absorption, or to retard reflective cracking.
PETROMAT Enviro's design features optimal
elongation, allowing it to be placed directly on
a milled surface without fear of breaking.

ARMORMAX
ARMORMAX®
Engineered Earth
Armoring System™
is composed of
high-performance
turf reinforcement
mats (HPTRMs)
and Engineered
Earth Anchors™
(EEA) that work
together to lock soil in place and protect
against hydraulic stresses. This system provides
dynamic erosion control and slope stabilization
solutions for up to 75 years. It is effective
on levees, canal/stream banks, shorelines,
channels, earthen dams and spillways,
steepened slopes and roadway embankments.
www.propexglobal.com

Seaman Corp.
Exhibitor Booth 607
SCOURLOK
SCOURLOK® is a
robust engineered
bank stabilization
system designed
to resist extreme
hydraulic stresses
and protect
shorelines while
promoting
vegetation along
streambanks, canals and lake/pond shorelines.
It was developed for applications that need
below-water scour protection in addition to
slope stabilization and erosion control provided
by ARMORMAX® and PYRAMAT® Engineered
Earth Armoring Solutions.

XR-5 9146 HIGH-STRENGTH
GEOMEMBRANE
A higher strength
version of the XR-5®
Geomembrane
has been brought
to the market for
those applications
that demand even
higher long-term
strength, durability
and puncture
resistance. The 9146 XR-5 is manufactured in
three grades: industrial, potable water and low
temperature. Applications include potable
water tank baffles, high-puncture-resistant
impoundment liners for oil/gas and secondary
containment systems. Very high strength while
maintaining flexibility are key features of the
9146 XR-5. Factory fabrication of large sheets
minimizes field seams. The polymer is noncrystalline, with no stress cracking concerns and
no need for protective cover to prevent thermal
expansion-contraction issues. Deep, vertical
tanks can incorporate synthetic short circuit
barriers; impoundments in rough terrain can
use synthetic alternatives to natural materials.


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