Drainage Geocomposite

Drainage Geocomposite is formed by continuous extrusion of two intersecting high density polyethylene (HDPE) strands to form a high profile, biaxial net structure. The evenly spaced ribs, which intersect at 600, keep flow channels open with a high capacity for water evacuation or gas collection.

Drainage Geocomposite is resistant to chemical and biological agents normally present in the soil and wastes; also stabilized with carbon black for resistance against UV degradation.

The biaxial Geonet design provides high flow characteristics in both machine and cross directions. The ability to allow complete flow in all directions is critical due to irregular surfaces caused by settlement and construction.