Blanching geotextiles, full name polyester filament hot blanking geotextiles. There is a layer of sintering layer on the base of non spinning geotextile, which not only achieves the purpose of the surface agglomeration of nonwoven geotextiles, but also maintains the original properties of non woven geotextiles. In accordance with the current CJJ17-2004 standard for sanitary landfill technical specification, a new generation of lining protective Geotextiles for the design of the slope anti slip of the waste sanitary landfill site are developed. It can effectively prevent the damage of ultraviolet light on chemical fiber and enhance the anti aging property of geotextiles; the geotextile (double) surface is rough, and it combines with the rough surface of HDPE film in engineering, and increases the friction force between the cloth film, and has good application effect.
1, It is made of 100% polyester. The melting point of polyester is above 260 degrees C, and it does not shrink obviously below 230 C. The product can avoid the latent heat shrinkage of the hot and lower fabric when the hot asphalt is spread.
2. It is a nonwoven geotextile reinforced by a polyester continuous filament through a needle. The tensile strength of the nonwoven geotextile is more than 8KN/m, and the elongation is 40-60%. It fully meets the technical requirements of the geotextile in the JTJ/T019-98 (highway geotechnical synthetic material application specification).
3. It is moderate in thickness, strong in dipping asphalt and combined with dry layer oil to form an ideal isolation layer. It has good waterproof and thermal insulation function.
4, It has UV protection, cold resistance, chemical corrosion resistance against biological damage.
5, It has a unique single and double-sided hot blanching patent for the development of the pavement. It will improve the combination of the surface layer and the interlayer, and prevent the rolling and damage of the wheels during the construction. At the same time, the vehicle can be suppressed and the paver slips on the cloth.
Contact: Nicky Li