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Use & Purpose

  • Drainage
  • Leak Detection

Highlights

  • Economical Alternative To Traditional Granular Methods
  • Excellent Drainage Distribution
  • High Compressive Strength
  • Lightweight And Easy To Install
  • Wide Width Rolls

General Information

Transnet® geonets are an extruded bi-planar core made from virgin HDPE.

Features 

Transnet® products have the following features

  • virgin polymer HDPE core allowing reduced creep and higher compressive strengths (up to 2800 kPa)

Wide range of core thickness available:

  • 3.81mm (TN 160)
  • 5.08mm (TN 220)
  • 6.35mm (TN 270)
  • 6.98mm (TN 300)
  • 7.62mm (TN 330)

Application

Transets® Geonets may be used as either liquid or gas collectors.

The typical applications for these products are in all applications that require drainage /collection of gas and leachates (mining and landfill) and filtration of sediments contained within these liquids.

Transnet® is specially formulated to allow for use in high load applications such as landfill cells and where compression resistance is critical.

For detailed properties of the Transnet® Geonet/geocomposite range please refer to the Transnet® Data Sheets and the technical notes that detail the positive features of this product range.

 



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