Industrial and civil construction
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Industrial and civil construction

When building an industrial or civil building of any level of complexity, the most important element is the creation of a strong and reliable foundation. The service life of the facility being built and its reliability directly depends on the protection of the foundation from external negative factors.

The main threat to the foundation of any building is groundwater, which contains aggressive impurities.
An increased level of groundwater can cause destruction of the structure and flooding of basements and socle floors. When using DORNIT geotextiles from TECHNOPLAST, the foundation of the building will be reliably protected from the harmful effects of aggressive environments and will acquire additional strength.

The main functions of DORNIT geotextiles when used in the construction of buildings are to distribute the load exerted by the structure on the soil base and prevent possible soil deformations.
The foundation of the building, during the construction of which DORNIT geotextile was used, is more stable, reliable and safe.

Advantages of using DORNIT geotextiles in the construction of buildings and structures:

  • increases strength due to double-sided protection of the flat roof waterproofing membrane
  • reduces the risk of fire, protects the thermal insulation material from ultraviolet radiation
  • evenly distributes loads on the heat-insulating layer
  • insulates basement joints to prevent moisture penetration during temperature expansion / contraction
  • protects the foundation membrane from mechanical damage and accelerates water drainage by the drainage system
  • relieves load-bearing structures and is easy to install due to low weight
  • prevents silting of crushed stone or drainage pipes with soil particles
  • prevents mixing of crushed stone with soil
  • leads to minor digging due to the thin structure