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ACETex® NW

Geotextiles

ACETex® NW- PET/ PP nonwoven geotextile with/without thermally bonded surface

Nonwoven geotextile fabric with high permeability and filter capacity

A wide range of tensile strength and hydraulic property for drainage, filtration and separation

High mechanical and filtration performance to enhance usage efficiency

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Needle-Punched Nonwoven Geotextiles with or without Thermally Bonded Surface

ACETex® NW are nonwoven geotextiles made from either polyester continuous filament yarns by needle-punched manufacturing process; or polypropylene staple fiber by needle-punched manufacturing process with thermally bonded surface.

Function

Separation

Separation

Drainage

Drainage

Filtration

Filtration

Features

High permeability and excellent filter capacity

With small opening size, high permittivity and high permeability characteristics, ACETex® NW geotextiles are suitable for filtration, drainage, and separation applications which demand low tensile strength.
 

Available in various tensile strength and hydraulic properties to meet diverse project engineering needs

The nominal mass ACETex® NW geotextiles provided are from 80g/m2 to 1200 g/m2. The permeability of the nonwoven geotextile can be up to 0.25 cm/s based on ASTM test standard and permittivity up to 100 m/s X 10-3 based on ISO test standard. It can be widely applied in civil engineering projects including roadway drainage and separation, erosion control and reinforced soil structures, etc. Sometimes it is used as a protection layer from abrasion.


The benefits of using ACETex® NW are summarized as below:

 High mechanical and filtration performance to enhance usage efficiency
 Cost-effective

Resources


【Brochures】ACETex® NW Product Brochure

【Brochures】Case Study Collection-Safety and Reliability with ACE Solutions

【Data Sheets】ACETex® NW TPN Nonwoven Geotextile TDS

【Data Sheets】ACETex® NW BNW Nonwoven Geotextile TDS

【Papers】The Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions Assessment of A Reinforced Embankment Structure

【Papers】The Influence of Uniaxial Tensile Strain on The Pore Size and Filtration Characteristics of Geotextiles

【Papers】The Comparison and Analysis of International Tensile Test Methods and Results

【Others】Case Study Collection- Environmental Protection

【Others】Case Study Collection- Roadway and Railway Construction

Case Study Collection-Safety and Reliability with ACE Solutions

ACETex® NW Product Brochure

ACETex® NW BNW Nonwoven Geotextile TDS

ACETex® NW TPN Nonwoven Geotextile TDS

The Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions Assessment of A Reinforced Embankment Structure

The Comparison and Analysis of International Tensile Test Methods and Results

The Influence of Uniaxial Tensile Strain on The Pore Size and Filtration Characteristics of Geotextiles

Case Study Collection- Environmental Protection

Case Study Collection- Roadway and Railway Construction

Related Case Studies

Use of Reinforced Soil to Restore an Eroded Slope in  Africa

Use of Reinforced Soil to Restore an Eroded Slope in Africa

Africa | 
Products:ACEGrid® GG, ACETex® NW, ACEMat™ R, ACESandbag™ EC
Application:Slope Stabilization, Slope Erosion Control
Upgrading Unstable Ground Prone to Subsidence, Texcoco, Mexico

Upgrading Unstable Ground Prone to Subsidence, Texcoco, Mexico

America | 2015-2019
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Airport Coastal Protection, Kinmen, Taiwan

Airport Coastal Protection, Kinmen, Taiwan

Asia | 2015-2019
Products:ACETex® NW, ACETube® - hydraulic structures
Application:Breakwaters

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