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Lovson Adroit Engineering
Solutions LLP
RDC 20 DRAIN CELLS
RDC 20 Drain
Cells are specially
designed to serve
the hardscape
and landscape
market. They are
mainly used by
builders, landscape
architects/
applicators and
waterproofing contractors.
They provide protection of structural surfaces
below the landscaping. They easily allow extra
water to drain from the void areas and build a
breathing system, which is beneficial for the
structure and green areas.
www.retech.in

STABBUDTEX

MEGAPLAST USA INC ♦

STABBUDTEX
is a woven
geotextile. It can
be manufactured
of polyester
(STABBUDTEX),
polypropylene
(STABBUDTEX
PP) or polyvinylalcohol yarn
(STABBUDTEX PVA).
The geotextile is used in applications such
as road and railway construction, waste
management and hydraulic structures
(landfills and dams), mining and mixed areas
of use. STABBUDTEX provides three functions:
reinforcement, separation and filtration. The
geotextile has extreme tensile strength of up
to 1,180,099 pound-force foot (1,600 kN/m)
and proven durability of up to 120 years.

MEGAPLAST USA's
Geomembrane
Liners are used in
the applications
of environmental,
water reservoirs,
coal ash ponds
and mining. The
liners provide a
waterproofing layer
for large areas.
Quick to install, MEGAPLAST USA's
Geomembrane Liners are cost-efficient. They
are available in up to 26-foot (7.9-m) wide rolls,
which helps reduce the number of welds onsite. The company carries an inventory of up to
5 million square feet (464,515 m2) at any given
time, enabling quick supply to customers.

GEOMEMBRANE LINERS

www.megaplast.in

Mahina-TST
DUALTEX BASALT
DUALTEX BASALT
is a double-layer
geocomposite that
consists of basalt
roving and ultrathin
polypropylene
nonwoven
geotextile
with bitumen
impregnation.
DUALTEX BASALT
is used in road construction, pavement
rehabilitation and reconstruction, and asphalt
reinforcement. The geocomposite has a
basalt-fiber composite implementation with
high resistance to aggressive environments,
durability and easy recycling; high index of
tensile modulus; and material implementation
at a wide temperature range. DUALTEX
BASALT's impregnation with the high bitumen
content coating facilitates robust adhesion to
asphalt/concrete pavement layers. Layered with
the ultralight, preimpregnated polypropylene
nonwoven geotextile, the installation process
is easy.

INTERTEX GLASS
INTERTEX GLASS
is a double-layer
geocomposite
that consists of
a polypropylene
nonwoven
geotextile
reinforced with
glass roving. The
geocomposite
is optimized for
highway and road construction, pavement
rehabilitation and airport runways. One of
the chief benefits of INTERTEX GLASS is the
membrane effect, which prevents water
intrusion into the lower layers of pavement and
provides an additional barrier against water
penetration. It is provided by applying a special
type of polypropylene nonwoven geotextile
with bitumen absorption capacity not less than
0.18 psf (0.9 kg/m2). INTERTEX GLASS serves
the applications of reinforcement, barrier and
stress relief.

Miller Weldmaster ♦
TRIAD EXTREME HS BASIC
The Triad Extreme
HS Basic welder is
best for industrial
material welding
of geomembranes/
liners, greenhouses,
tarps and ground
covers. It is Miller
Weldmaster's
fastest portable
welder. As either a
stationary or self-propelled welder, the Triad
Extreme HS Basic provides hands-free, single
person operation from floor or table surfaces.
It is efficient, versatile, quiet, easy to operate
and fast. The Triad Extreme HS Basic will weld
65 feet (19.8 m) per minute on a wide variety
of coated and noncoated textiles.
www.weldmaster.com

www.mahina-tst.com

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