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24-03-2020

Certified geotextiles for the railway

In addition to “Tracktex” as the solution for improving underlay stabilization on clay soils and “Cu-Tex” as a “root barrier” against weeds in or near the track, three more Geosynthetics have been certified to make the product portfolio of Alom even more comprehensive.

Geotextile RK1 in accordance with SPC00252-1 application 4a (application with chain screen)

RK1 is a separation and filtration geotextile. Robust non-woven geotextile made of 100% polypropylene fibers with high tenacity. The fabric is used under the ballast and has excellent filter properties and high UV and abrasion resistance.
 
Geotextile HPS5 in accordance with SPC00252-1 application 4b (conventional open excavation)
 
Non woven filter cloth made of 100% polypropylene fibers with a high tenacity. Optimized with maximum strength and punching resistance for ballast handling at greater drop heights. It retains its excellent filter properties and high UV and abrasion resistance for optimum performance.
 
Both products are available in standard widths but can be supplied up to 6m on request.
 
Geogrid RK4 in accordance with SPC00252-3.
 
RK4 is a biaxial polypropylene geogrid that is laminated on one side with a Geotextile (in accordance with SPC00252-1). The properties of Geogrid provide primary reinforcement and preservation of the load-bearing capacity of the track construction, combined with the geotextile as separation and filter fleece.
 
Alom can deliver these products from stock everywhere. For more information call 0183 56 56 63
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Tracktex, An effective, economical, easy-to-install replacement

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New type anti- trespass panel certified by ProRail

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Haags Startstation Erasmuslijn (HSE).

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Alom's Concrete sleeper NS90

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