A geotube is a type of geosynthetic material that is used to contain, dewater, and transport various materials, including sediment, sludge, and dredged material. It is made of a flexible woven or non-woven geotextile fabric that is filled with sand, soil, or other granular materials. The tube is then placed in the desired location and filled with some selected material. The tube acts as a confinement system to increase the strength and stability of the material inside the tube and is then sealed at the top.
Our Geotube uses a specially designed, high-strength geotextile fabric resistant to UV radiation, chemicals, and biodegradation, meaning that the tubes can withstand harsh weather conditions and will last for many years.
Our Geotube is a more cost-effective solution, is easy to install as it has a relatively low cost per square foot, and can be used to create large structures with minimal labor and equipment costs. It also requires minimal maintenance, which can further reduce maintenance expenses.
This Geotube is environmentally friendly, as it is made of a permeable geotextile fabric, which means that water can pass through them. This can help to promote natural erosion and sedimentation processes and can prevent the build-up of harmful pollutants as it helps to release trapped gases.
Our GeoTubes have the ability to hold large amounts of material. This allows for the creation of large, stable structures that protect against erosion. The tube's structure also provides a high level of confinement to the fill materials, which increases their strength and stability.
Our high-quality GeoTubes can be used in a wide range of applications, including coastal protection, shoreline stabilization, dike and levee reinforcement, and foundation support. They can also be used in the construction of breakwaters, jetties, and other coastal structures.