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FRANK geotextiles are an economically and at the same time ecologically sensible solution for traffic route construction, gardening and landscaping. The excellent material properties make them particularly durable, versatile and extremely resilient. With FRANK geotextiles, the costs for earthworks and transport can be reduced considerably and CO2 emissions can be reduced at the same time. All of our geotextiles and geosynthetics comply with the EU Construction Products Regulation. In addition, we deliver product types with ivg, HPQ and BAW certification as well as DIBt certification
Geosynthetics can be divided into two main categories: permeable and impermeable. The functions here are filtering, separating, reinforcing, protecting, draining, sealing, erosion control, packing and as an asphalt inlay. Product categories for "water-permeable" are geotextiles and geotextile-related products, as well as geocomposites. In the "impermeable to water" category, there are geosynthetic geomembranes. Geotextiles, formerly known as geosynthetics, are made largely or entirely of polymeric (usually petrochemical) materials, glass fibers and also natural "renewable" and biodegradable materials.
Geotechnical applications are in earthwork and foundation engineering such as hydraulic engineering, railroad construction, road and path construction, tunnel construction and landfill construction.
Well known in the construction industry are, for example, geotextiles such as nonwovens and fabrics as separating and reinforcing layers, for temporary erosion protection of open spaces, such as embankments, coir and jute mats / fabrics as biodegradable products.
In terms of innovative solutions, resource conservation and environmental protection, geosynthetics offer great potential. They help improve the carbon footprint and reduce environmental pollution. Geotextiles are also a contribution to landscape protection, as less mineral raw materials such as sand / gravel and crushed stone are needed. In addition, geotextiles replace, complement and optimize classic construction methods. Geotextiles with their various products have already been tried and tested in practice for many years and have proven themselves in many ways.