DuraForce™ WG Series Woven Geotextile

DURAFORCE™ WOVEN GEOTEXTILES ARE SUITED TO APPLICATIONS REQUIRING BOTH SEPARATION AND REINFORCEMENT.

DuraForce WG is a polypropylene (PP) range of products used in unpaved roading applications, where the primary function is separation with a secondary benefit of reinforcement.

Typically, the strength range of these products is between 14 kN/m to 150 kN/m.

DuraForce WG geotextiles are predominantly used in the construction of access tracks and unsealed roads providing access to and around project sites.

Within the forestry industry, DuraForce WG geotextiles are also widely used as they provide a cost-effective way of constructing access roads where there is a high concentration of heavy traffic and extremely poor subgrades.

SPECIFICATIONS

CODE
GRADE
ROLL SIZE
AREA

13144

WG14

4m x 50m

200m²

76250

WG16

5.3m x 200m

1060m²

13146

WG21

2m x 50m

100m²

13147

WG21

4m x 50m

200m²

76251

WG30

5.3m x 100m

530m²

13148

WG60

5.2m x 100m

520m²

76252

WG80

5.2m x 100m

520m²

76249

WG100

5.2m x 100m

520m²

76451

WG150

5.2m x 50m

260m²

BENEFITS & FEATURES

  • Wide rolls for efficiency
  • Provides separation and reinforcement for roading applications
  • Extensive range to suit different applications
  • Low elongation
  • Durable and high resistance to damage

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