3D-mats are unique strong three-dimensional open structured polymeric mats, made of monofilaments fused together where they intersect.  They are used in industrial applications, as well as in roofing, building and civil engineering works.  

Composites are available in many shapes and forms and are an assembly of two or more products, combining the functions of its components into a unique new product.  

Our construction fibres take two main forms both of which comply to BS EN 14889-2:2006. Micro fibres with diameters between 17 and 50 microns and lengths between 3 and 24mm.. Macro fibres with diameters between 0,75 and 0,95mm with lengths typically between 45 and 55mm. They are used to add durability and ductility and reduce cracking in concrete in a variety of applications.

Geogrids are geosynthetics used for soil reinforcement. Made of polyester, polypropylene or PVA, they can be woven, knitted from yarns or laser-welded from tapes.

Using so-called « bi-component » yarns based on a higher melting polymer constituting a stiff core filament surrounded by a lower-melting skin polymer, a  unique high performance “non-woven” can be made. 

Nonwoven needlepunched products are staple polypropylene fibres, needled together to form geotextile fabrics, that are used in a wide range of applications.

By using a « composite » of a 3D mat with a needlepunched nonwoven fleece, a so-called growth medium carrier can be made which is excellently suited for thin vegetated mats used as greenroofs. 

Synthetic polymer extruded foils as well as laminates are slit into tapes which are subsequently woven to form screens and groundcovers in a range of agrotextile applications, or geotextiles for civil engineering purposes.

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