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AGRU America Inc. ♦

SUPER GRIPNET

Bekaert

CLEANSEAM

For engineers
designing with
geomembrane
liners where
drainage and high
interface friction
are critical, AGRU
Super Gripnet can
be combined with a
geotextile to create
an integrated drainage
system. Unlike other liners that may rely on
a separate drainage product, Super Gripnet
can be easily configured with a geotextile to
offer superior drainage and interface friction
with significant logistic and installation cost
savings. Super Gripnet supports landfill closures,
containment facilities, oil and gas applications,
and mining reclamation.

Fortifix is an easyto-install steel
antireflective
cracking interlayer
for reinforcement
of and repair of
nonstructural
damage to
asphalt roads. The
fully recyclable
interlayer is long-lasting, significantly
increasing the stability and durability of the
asphalt overlay, because it retains its high
stiffness and optimal elongation. Fortifix's
longitudinal and transversal steel cords feature
excellent interlocking properties to adhere to
new asphalt overlay.

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ATARFIL USA Geomembranes ♦

COMANCO ♦

For geomembrane
installers who
are constantly
spending time
cleaning and
preparing the
liner prior to field
welds, AGRU
CleanSeam is a new
geomembrane
product configuration that provides a simple,
fast way to prepare the weld area. Unlike
existing methods that rely on time-consuming
manual inspections and cleaning, AGRU
CleanSeam protective strip is removed directly
before welding occurs and leaves behind no
residue-only clean, weld-ready geomembrane.
AGRU CleanSeam can be directly integrated
into all AGRU geomembrane liners to provide
significant time and cost savings during the
weld phase of geomembrane installation
by mitigating the risk of particle buildup.
The protective release film protects the
geomembrane weld edges from exposure to
field conditions, greatly reducing the potential
for fine soils, waste materials and stockpile dust
from coming into contact with seaming areas
during or prior to installation.

SURE-GRIP CONCRETE
PROTECTIVE LINER
Sure-Grip liners
are made of HDPE,
HDPE-el, PP, PVDF
and ECTFE. This
system serves
as a long-term
alternative to
spray-applied
concrete
protection
products. Sure-Grip
prevents concrete corrosion and degradation,
extends the lifetime of structures and helps
prevent exfiltration of material into the
surrounding environment. Sure-Grip concrete
protective liners have unique anchoring
systems that enable construction in areas of
significant backpressure. Unlike spray-applied
liners, which have to be reapplied regularly
due to cracking or delamination, Sure-Grip
liners are long-lasting.

ATARFIL HD EVO

FORTIFIX

CAAB

ATARFIL HD EVO
is designed for
site-specific
formulation
projects, such as
hazardous waste,
aluminia, sodium
aluminate, sodium
hydroxide and
red mud. The
geomembrane
represents enhanced formulations, improved
predictive testing methodologies and
augmented service lifetimes. This capability
for site-specific formulations allows key
partnerships with asset owners and designers
to prescreen and test a set of liners under sitespecific environmental conditions. It benefits
the owner both technically and economically
by creating and customizing the most suitable
geomembrane for site needs.

Computer Aided
As-Built (CAAB)
software is an
all-encompassing
database for
geosynthetics
installation and
quality assurance
applications,
including solid
waste, coal ash,
phosphate, mining or any industry requiring
the installation of a geosynthetic liner.
Using Global Positioning System (GPS)
technology, CAAB generates a 3D model of
the geosynthetic's installation. A cloud-based
system streamlines communication between
office and field staff, maintaining detailed
records of the entire liner, welds and more.
When the install is completed, a final report
with permit-required data is generated.

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