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Tight Geosynthetic Material Supply Affects Some Landfill Projects
Longer lead times on orders for landfill liners have been driven by an increase in demand for geosynthetic materials.
ExcelPlas Labs Offer New Rapid Test for Determining Stress Crack Resistance of Geomembranes (in Hours Instead of Weeks)
How to Seam Geosynthetic Clay Liners (Agru America) (New Video)
A Multi-camera Based Photogrammetric Method for Accurate Three-Dimensional Full Field Displacement Measurements of Geosynthetics in the Tensile Test
New AGRU Video on The Growing Applications of Geosynthetics
Todd Harman, President at Hallaton shares insight into the growing applications of Geosynthetics.
REE Continues to Build Reputation as the Mine Haul Road Experts
Safe Construction of Tailing Dams (VIC) Seminar & Webinar for GNA Readers (30th May 2019)
Speakers: Prof. David Williams (Golder Professor, UQ), Marc Amtsberg (Geofabrics), Chris Lawson (TenCate Geosynthetics)
Chinese Lodge US Patent for Geomembrane Leak Detection System
Chinese Lodge US Patent for Conductive Geotextiles and Geocomposites
Concrete Canvas Nominated for Construction Award
Barrier Performance of GCLs to Copper Chloride Solutions
Interview with Tamara Jurado, Senior Sales Manager for Atarfil
Geosynthetics Failure Laboratory Formally Opens
Melbourne, 6 March 2019: ExcelPlas has opened a failure analysis facility in Melbourne, Australia which will provide failure analyses that support the geomembrane and wider geosynthetics industry in conducting effective and efficient root cause analyses. The aim is to prevent and learn from geosynthetics failures and continue to improve safety, reliability and up-time. The facility will carry out the crucial initial steps of a failure investigation, which could include visual inspection, non-destructive testing [NDT], destructive testing [DT], representative sampling, cutting of components, etc. The facility will be supported by ExcelPlas’ very experienced team of polymer experts who are able to carry out further analyses, which may include fractography (scanning electron microscopy), mechanical testing, chemical analysis, etc. as well as draw on experience from several 1,000 failure analyses carried out in the ExcelPlas Labs over the past 25 years. The facility consists of a large warehouse to support receiving, inspecting, and storing large geomembrane rolls, GCLs and other failed components, as well as office space and other facilities. There is much to be gained from geosynthetic manufacturers and end users performing failure investigations and root cause analyses as it provides better insight on why liners, geotextiles and other geosynthetic components have failed and how failures can be prevented in the future, enhancing safety, reliability and saving costs. For our customers, we routinely conduct incident reports and independent forensic failure analysis of HDPE geomembrane liners, GCLs and other polymeric components. We know first hand that HDPE liner failure can result in loss of containment, environmental spills, loss of production and ultimately in costly litigation and damages. In addition, these failures can cause service interruption, safety concerns and loss of brand credibility. For these reasons, we believe that condition monitoring and failure analysis of geosynthetic liners must be standard practice for the market. We strive to determine an exact cause of failure, and develop remediate, corrective actions to prevent recurrence.
Global Synthetics Seeking Business Development Manager for Perth
Cyclic Plate Testing of Geosynthetic Reinforced Airfield Pavements
Finite Element Parametric Study on Rutting Performance of Geosynthetic Reinforced Flexible Pavements
FILTRATION AND CLOGGING BEHAVIOUR OF NONWOVEN GEOTEXTILES
Advances of a New Wicking Geotextile with Lateral Drainage Capabilities in Roadway Applications
Prefabrication Vertical Drain for Soft Soil Consolidation
Evaluating Hydraulic Compatibility of Geotextile and RCA in Underdrain Systems Under Turbulent Flow Regime
Physical Model Study on Geotube with Gabion Boxes for the Application of Coastal Protection
Hydrodynamic and Geotechnical Stability of GeoTube and Gabion Armored Embankments
Investigation of Aggregate Particle and Geogrid Aperture Sizes for Mechanical Stabilization Using Bender Element Shear Wave Transducers
New Laboratory Study on Pull-Out Resistance of Geogrid in Clay Soil
Analysis of the Effect of Geocell Reinforcement above Buried Pipes on Surface Settlement and Vertical Pressure
A Case Study of Rail Track Rehabilitation with Geogrids
Clock is Ticking on Andover Landfill – and Chemicals are Leaking
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ExcelPlas Geosynthetics Testing Expands Geosynthetic Testing Offerings
ExcelPlas now performs more than 120 standard geosynthetic tests in accordance with relevant ASTM, GRI and ISO standards.
We have extensive experience with all types of geosynthetics – from geomembranes (HDPE, LLDPE, fPP), geotextiles to geonets, geogrids, geocomposites and and geosynthetic clay liners (GCLs).
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