29 / September

Geomesh is a geosynthetic material consisting of a uniform surface made of mainly polyester, propylene and/or high density polyethylene. It is supplied as several strips laid out in a rectangular shape and joined by a point called node. Geomesh is available in both Biaxial and Uniaxial types depending on their manufacturing process. In this new post we will go through the advantages and the differences between each of them depending on their applications.

17 / September

In this new post we will discuss one of the most effective systems to ensure gravel and slope stabilisation: geogrids. At Tex Delta we are manufactures of the DLT GC-6 geogrid, a honeycomb shaped 3D mesh comprising joined, non woven geotextile fabric strips. Thanks to its features, the geogrid will not lose its shape, sink or leave tread marks.

As shown in the image below, by applying the geogrid we will prevent sinking and, in addition to avoiding material to sink, it will not lose its shape or leave vehicle tread marks, thanks to its joints and the geotextile fabric, providing high tensile strength.

9 / September

The term “Heavy vehicle traffic” refers to any type of large vehicle intended for transporting goods or people. Thousands of heavy vehicles drive through our roads day after day. In some areas nearby trading estates, there are an even larger number of heavy vehicles causing several negative effects on the road surface, such as cracking and potholes. Although there are several reasons that can cause these issues, they can be grouped in the following categories:

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