Estop Geotextile TS10
Polypropylene Needle Punched Nonwoven Geotextile
Estop Geotextile TS10 is a geotextile that are mechanically bonded nonwovens from 100% ultra violet stabilized Polypropylene. They are characterized by a high resistance to installation damage, high water permeability, resistance to ultraviolet degradation and to biological and chemical environments normally founds in soils.
Use together with waterproofing cement slurry, bituminous or co-polymer emulsion coating as a reinforcement layer to prevent cracks on materials caused by movement of the substrate.
|Mass per unit area, g/m2||100|
|Thickness,mm||1 ± 0.2|
|Wide width tensile strength (MD/CD), kN/m||6.5/7.0|
|Wide width elongation at break (MD/CD), %||≥ 40|
|Trapezoidal tear strength, N||170|
|CBR Puncture Resistance, N||1100|
|Cone Drop, mm||27|
|Grab tensile strength, N||400|
|Pore size 095, micron||200|
The Estop Geotextile TS10 must be completely covered by the waterproofing coating.
Apply an even coat of the waterproofing system with a smooth- edged trowel, brush or roller.
Place the Estop Geotextile TS10 over the waterproofing coating while still wet and gently presses it in with the trowel so it is completely covered.
When the surface has hardened (usually 6 – 12 hours depending on the type of product used, the ambient temperature and humidity, and the thickness), apply a second coat of the product.
The edges of adjacent sheets of fibreglass mesh should overlap by at least 5 cm.
|Estop Geotextile TS10||1000 m² per roll|
Estop Geotextile TS10 should be stored in protected, dry areas. When left in unopened package, store in shade under warehouse conditions and keep away from sources of heat and fire.
Estop offers a technical support package to specifiers, end- user and contractors, as well as on-site technical assistance.
Estop also offers various types of waterproofing systems, which include self-adhesive, and torched-on membranes, polymer modified cementitious coatings, liquid applied coatings and rubberized bituminous emulsions etc.