Use & Purpose
Global Synthetics provides a complete range of geo-composite drainage products and systems for complete point source water management. Global Synthetics drainage products and systems manages stormwater as a resource and enhances the social and environmental amenity of the urban landscape. Global Synthetics drainage products are lightweight and efficient to install. The products are a replacement for traditional aggregate drainage treatments.
ProTank® Modular Tanking System is a unique modular subsurface drainage system designed to collect water at its source and can be used in any soil type. ProTank® has the flexibility to infiltrate, attenuate, detain or harvest water for re-use. Its lightweight, strong structural design, modular nature, high void surface area and storage volume up to 90% of the excavated area makes the product ideal for underground rainwater harvesting, infiltration, attenuation tanking system for domestic & commercial applications, Grass swales systems, retrofits of open concrete channels. roadside drainage systems, grey water & septic leach fields.
The unique domed webbing profile of the ProTank® components provide exceptional strength.
ProTank® can be installed under driveways, car parks, roads, landscaped areas and other trafficable applications.
Benefits of ProTank®
Modules are assembled using two components or ‘plates; both having dedicated entry ports to cater for five different pipe sizes. The smaller plate can accommodate pipes up to 30mm diameter. This makes ProTank® modules ideal for connection to domestic and commercial services. The dedicated entry ports negate the need to cut holes in the module which sacrifice structural integrity.
Webinar Q & A Transcript Part 1: Designing Composite Liners on Slopes : GCL
Q: In order to avoid water condensation in the GCL, can we open holes in the upslope for the gases to escape?? A: This is not effective nor practical. The evaporated moisture is encapsulated under...Read More
September Webinar: Designing Composite Liners on Slopes Part 1: GCL
Don't miss your chance to hear Prof. Kerry Rowe talk about his latest unpublished research findings at our webinar on Designing Composite Liners on Slopes Part 1: GCL EVENT INFO: 2 SEPTEMBER...Read More
August Webinar: Part 2 Reinforced Rail Tracks- Review of Design Guidelines and Procedures
WHEN: 13th AUGUST 2020 TIME: 3.00PM AEST DURATION: 1HR DESCRIPTION Following on from our first successful webinar on Geogrid Reinforced...Read More
July Webinar: The Effect of External Parameters and GCL Structure on GCL Hyrdration
When: Wednesday 22 July Time: 3.00pm AEST Duration: 1 hr DESCRIPTION: The performance of a GCL as a single liner or as part of a Composite Liner depends...Read More