Buy Terram T1000 White Non Woven Geotextile Membranes 4.5m x 100m Lotrak 100 Online at Easymerchant
Choose between Terram T1000 or Lotrak 100 both a comparable products, but the Lotrak is slightly cheaper as it’s not the brand name.
This non-woven geotextile is perfect for use as a geotextile membrane for soakaway crate systems. Lotrak® 100 is a non-woven geotextile is mechanically bonded, utilising the most up-to-date marketplace based renewable and technical properties to deal with industry demands of filtration and separation.
Lotrak® 100 is an excellent separator operating under a variety of different drainage and ground related materials necessary to your project. It’s also a great option as a trench or liner for French and land drainage solutions.
This geotextile’s principle goal would be to protect against the loss of building aggregates into the soil or substrate.
- Proven separator functionality
- Outstanding filtration capacities
EasyMerchant’s geotextile products solve so many of the problems in surfacing projects.
Since their introduction, our geotextile membranes have become increasingly popular, providing excellent quality and performance over an incredibly wide range of installations.
We supply a vast range of products, each to suit different end uses. Our range includes mechanically and thermally bonded non woven geotextiles, woven geotextiles, geocomposites and geocells.
The five basic functions that this multi-use sheeting can be supplied for are containment of substances, reinforcement, filtration, drainage and separation.
Geotextiles are designed to control the movement of the soil during water flow by creating a bridging zone between that and the heavier larger materials in stone, gravel or aggregate. This supplies an excellent protection between the sub-grade and the sub-base while providing the level of ground stabilisation required by your project.
Lotrak geotextile membranes provide rapid filtration of water, allowing it to pass straight through to your filter drain without picking up and carrying the fine soil particles that exist as part of a surface or sub-surface layer.
The pore size of the sheeting is small enough to control the soil particles yet large enough to provide excellent drainage and avoid clogging. This results in steady water flow and a natural soil filtration.