Use & Purpose
Secudrain geosynthetic drainage system is three-dimensionally extruded polypropylent (PP) drainage product manufactured of wave structured monofilament 3D mesh. Attached needle-punched Secutex filter nonwovens are engineered such that the mechanical filter effectiveness as well as the hydraulic filter effectiveness (water discharge without loss of pressure) are both achieved.
Secudrain is a high efficient drainage system, with high compressive stability. All layers are uniformly bonded together to maintain a high shear strength, Secudrain solves liquid and gas drainage problems.
Secudrain® Drainage Mat is a 1.90 m or 3.80 m wide three-dimensional geosynthetic drainage system. It consists of a strong and stable drainage layer (wave-structured monofilament core) and at least one needle-punched Secutex® separation/filtration non woven geotextile which is firmly connected to the drainage core creating a high shear stress transfer.
Features and Benefits
Secudrain® WD drainage systems are used in geo technical applications to directly replace conventional granular fill. Secudrain® efficiently collects and drains away precipitation or groundwater.
Typical applications are:
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