The work cloth, also known as the earthwork fabric, is a synthetic material made from synthetic fibres through acupuncture or weaving.
The finished product is cloth, the width is 4-6 meters, the length is 50 to 100 meters.
The cloth of earthwork is divided into textile and non-woven work cloth.
Geotextile has excellent filtration and drainage, isolation, reinforcement, seepage control, protection, light weight, high tensile strength, good permeability, high temperature resistance, freezing resistance, ageing resistance, corrosion resistance.
American agricultural engineer association geotextile is defined as: in the soil and pipe, stone cage, or between the retaining wall, strengthen water movement and prevents soil movement of geotextiles or geosynthetic materials.
The definition of the work cloth in ASTM 4439 is: a pure, water-permeable, synthetic fabric.
To be used in soil, rocks, mud, or other geotechnical engineering related materials, and as a man-made project components play a role of structure.
Long silk-cloth rolls should be avoided before installation.
The coils should be stacked in places where there is no standing water, high above four volumes, and can be seen in the volume.
The coils must be covered in opaque material to prevent ultraviolet light from ageing.
In the process of storage, keep the label complete and complete.
Post time: Jun-16-2017