Geosynthetics are a general term for various products made from synthetic materials as raw materials for geotechnical and civil engineering construction.
Geosynthetic roll rolls should be unscrewed prior to installation to avoid damage. Geosynthetic roll should be stacked in a flat, non-water-filled area with a height of no more than four rolls and the identification sheet of the roll. Geosynthetic roll must be covered with opaque material to prevent UV aging. During the storage process, the integrity of the label and the integrity of the data should be maintained.
According to scientific research, thousands of years ago, humans used reeds to build houses. The British used to build roads in the marshes more than 3,000 years ago. In our country, far away from the Neolithic Age, our ancestors used thatch as a reinforcing material for the soil.
The Yangshao site discovered in Henan is five or six thousand years old. There are many simple walls and roofs built with grass mud. In 2000 BC, 1000 BC, the Babylonians used fabric fibers in the soil to build temples. In fact, in the natural world independent of human civilization, many birds and insects instinctively use non-soil materials (grass and branches) to reinforce the earth's nest; trees rely on huge roots to absorb nutrients, and also strengthen the foundation. foundation. These are the natural manifestations of the principle of “strengthening soil with non-soil materials”.