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SECUTEX GREEN

PRESTORUS LLC

BENTOFIX X

Secutex Green
is a 100%
biodegradable,
mechanically
bonded
separation
and filtration
nonwoven
geotextile used
for separation,
filtration and
protection. Typical fields of application are
gardening and landscaping, temporary
path and road construction, embankment
protection/natural-related waterway
construction, coastal protection (single
nonwoven geotextile layer and/or sand
containers) and scour protection (sand
containers). Secutex Green offers reduced
transport emissions and improved CO2 balance.
Exclusively organic, natural and renewable raw
materials are used in manufacturing.

The Standard
Geocell can be
applied for load
support, channel
protection, earth
retention and
erosion control. It
is primarily used in
industrial and civil
construction, roads
and highways,
railroads, mining, landfills, agricultural
facilities, airports and ports, and oil and gas
facilities. In pavement design, the sand layer
reinforced with the Standard Geocell allows
replacing the more expensive crushed stone
layer, thus saving up to 20%. It helps increase
the bearing capacity and load resistance
of the structure, reducing deformation and
contributing to longer service life.

Bentofix X types are
multicomponent
geosynthetic clay
liners (GCL). Two
durable geotextile
outer layers are
combined with
a uniform core
of high-swelling
powder sodium
bentonite clay, with
an additional polyethylene extrusion-coated
barrier. Bentofix X sealing applications include
landfill caps, closures and bases, environmental
protection under roads, railways and airports,
dams and dikes, water containment, structural
waterproofing, secondary containment, mining
and tunnels. The GCL provides immediate
sealing and long-term performance. The
polyethylene coating gives add-on values
(improved fluid barrier, desiccation resistance,
root barrier and protection against ionic
exchange and piping).

COMBIGRID
Combigrid
geocomposites
are geogrids with
an integrated
nonwoven
geotextile
component.
Combigrid soil
reinforcement
applications are
base and subbase course stabilization and
reinforcement, basal reinforcement for
embankments, load transfer platforms over
piles (LTP), bridging of mining voids and
sinkholes, reinforced foundations, airport
runways and graded portions, working
platforms, pipe trenches, and lagoons/tailing
ponds. Combigrid combines reinforcement,
stabilization, filtration, separation and drainage
in one product. The geocomposite provides
immediate interlock with fill material (no
construction-related strain), high tensile
stiffness, high radial stiffness and high cyclic
tensile stiffness.

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STANDARD GEOCELL

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WELD-FREE GEOCELL GEOSTEP

Paradox Access Solutions
TOUGH CELL
Tough Cell
is a cellular
confinement
system or novel
nano-polymeric
alloy (NPA) geocell
for soil stabilization
and reinforcement
that enables
cost-saving and
sustainable road
construction on challenging and problematic
soils. Applications include road construction,
railway foundations, slope stabilization, load
support, reservoirs and landfills (channels), and
gravity walls.
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Weld-Free Geocell
GEOSTEP is used for
the strengthening
of slopes of various
steepness (from
20˚ to 65˚), the
strengthening
of coastal lines
and channels of
reservoirs, and the
strengthening of
the cones of bridges. The walls of GEOSTEP
cells are perpendicular to the horizon, so the
filler material is not subject to washing out or
emptying from the cells, and, therefore, it is
not necessary to carry out correction works
every year. This allows savings up to 10%
annually on the maintenance of the site.


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