Anti-erosion geomatics


Anti-erosion geomats are volumetric geosynthetic materials designed to strengthen the upper layers of the soil, resist weathering of seeds and create figures of landscape design.

Differences in modification of anti-aeroson geomatics: polyamide and polypropylene
In Russia, anti-erosion geomatics are produced only from polypropylene, but polypropylene has low UV resistance, low physical and mechanical properties, and low service life (up to 5 years), so nowhere else but polypropylene is used to manufacture anti-erosion geomatics. In Europe and the US, mats are made only from polyamide, which has absolute resistance to ultraviolet radiation, high strength characteristics and a very long service life (at least 50 years).

Here you can order anti-erosion geo-mats made of polyamide (ENKAMAT Bonar), as well as purchase polypropylene anti-erosion geomes of domestic production.

In the production of anti-erosion geomatics, domestic producers faced the problem of low strength characteristics of polypropylene geomats, and as a result they decided to reinforce the anti-erosion geomats with polyester geogrid to solve the problem of low strength, but the geo-erosion geogrid was significantly more expensive than the polyamide having the same strength characteristics (even without reinforcement). That's how absolutely strange materials appeared in our market, with a low service life, strength characteristics and lack of resistance to ultraviolet called anti-erosion geomats.

Polyamide Geomatics

Polyamide geomata are volumetric geomats designed for laying on top of soil as anti-erosion measures and strengthening the figures of landscape design.

A feature of polyamide anti-erosion geomatics in comparison with polypropylene is high strength, resistance to ultraviolet radiation, high service life.