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Hanes Geo Components offers a full spectrum of quality geotextiles which provide construction ease, cost savings and performance longevity for a wide variety of in-soil and in-water applications. Because different applications and varying stress environments mandate specific characteristics, product selection is critical to performance, both short and long term. Whether the project requires filtration, separation, stabilization, reinforcement, cushioning, drainage or a combination of these, one or more of our TerraTex geotextiles will produce the proper combination of performance, durability and economy to ensure the desired structure function - cost effectively.Contact your Geo Component Regional Representative to assist in matching project needs to the product performance characteristics of our TerraTex geotextiles.
Cushioning: The use of geotextiles to prevent or reduce damage to other materials such as geomembranes, below-grade structures, etc.
Containment: The use of geotextiles to encapsulate and hold particulate matter, typically aggregates, into a functional unit.
Dewatering: The use of geotextiles to assist in rapidly reducing the water content of soils, organic slurries/sludge slurries or other materials.
Erosion Control: The use of geotextiles to enable water passage with minimum or controlled soil piping [see Filtration] under intense hydraulic conditions, e.g., large waves, fast currents, highly turbulent zones.
Separation: The use of geotextiles to prevent or reduce the mixing of soils having significantly different gradations.
Stabilization: The use of geotextiles to simultaneously offer filtration and separation functions [see Filtration and/or Separation].
Reinforcement: The use of geotextiles to transfer compressive or shearing stresses from adjacent soils to the tensile elements within the geotextile.