Bridging over sinkholes by Geogrids and Geotextiles

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Bridging over sinkholes

Bridging over sinkholes - The Dead Sea

Bridging over sinkholes - The Dead Sea

Bridging over sinkholes - Ein Gedi

Bridging over sinkholes - Ein Gedi

Bridging over sinkholes - The Dead Sea

Bridging over sinkholes - The Dead Sea

Sinkhole opening near the Dead Sea

Sinkhole opening near the Dead Sea

Bridging over sinkholes by Geogrids - The Dead sea

Bridging over sinkholes by Geogrids - The Dead sea

High tensile woven geotextiles and geogrids manufactured from “super fibers” such as Aramid and PVA, possessing exceptional engineering properties, facilitate coping with complex civil engineering challenges.

Super fibers serve to bridge sinkholes, stabilize big embankments on compactable soils and minimize soil movement and settlement under high-speed railroad tracks, utilizing their considerable strength and low stress.

Use of super fibers permits offering solutions for typical engineering challenges of the future as such systems are integrated in electronic warning systems, thus permitting remote monitoring of project operation and are used in the most prestigious projects in the world.