GeosIndex is a unique tool used to identify, compare and select geosynthetics that meet your project design and specification needs. Access detailed information on Drainage Materials, Erosion Control Products, Geotextiles, Geomembranes, Geogrids, GCLs and other geo-products from manufacturers and distributors around the world.
I-CORP INTERNATIONAL is a completely independent international geosynthetic materials performance consulting and testing company. Dr Ian D. Peggs, President, is a materials scientist/engineer with over 25 years experience working with engineering plastics; welding, durability, stress cracking, nondestructive testing, microstructure, residual stress, leak surveys, failure analyses, and expert witness work. I-CORP has clients in over 40 countries. We help resolve materials performance problems. Visit Website
Imagine Intelligent Materials is the leading Australian developer of graphene-based coatings for industrial textiles and fibres. Imagine IM’s coatings solutions are delivered as masterbatch and can be incorporated into geotextiles, geogrids, and geomembranes. Imagine IM’s value proposition is to improve both product performance and economy for its licensees. Its primary commercial partner in Australia is Australian geotextiles market leader, Geofabrics Australasia. The company was founded in 2014 to create disruptive solutions that utilise graphene and can be integrated into existing manufacturing processes. This means that we can incorporate the unique capabilities of graphene into geosynthetics. More importantly our licensees achieve improved ROI while delivering technological solutions that meet regulatory standards. We specify the graphene chemistry and monitor the manufacturing processes at every step to ensure product replicability. We are all about attention to detail. Imagine IM’s certification means participants in the supply chain can integrate graphene into manufacturing processes without risk. Imagine IM’s first products for the geosynthetics industry will be announced at GeoAmericas 2016. Imagine IM believes in the potential of graphene-enhanced materials to change the world we live in. With our market entry product together with imgne™ certification, we provide assurance at each step of the manufacturing process, even when manufacturing in huge volumes. Imagine IM is establishing operations in the key global marketplaces of the USA and Europe during 2016 and 2017. Graphene is the most electrically conductive material known, it can be impervious to all gases, can deliver strength greater than steel and is harder than diamond. Graphene has controllable chemistry that allows tailored interactions with other materials such as hydrophobicity or hydrophilicity. We invite you to learn more about Imagine IM and and how our graphene solutions may benefit your geosynthetics product offerings. Visit www.imgne.com for more information about graphene technology in manufacturing. Imagine Intelligent Materials.
SAGEOS – Canada’s State-of-The-Art Geosynthetic Laboratory
Founded in 1988 to provide Canada with technical resources for geosynthetics, CTT Group’s Geosynthetics Division, known as SAGEOS, offers innovative R&D services, reliable laboratory testing and independent expertise to manufacturers, engineers and contractors seeking technical answers and solutions for projects that involve geosynthetics.
TRI/Environmental, Inc. (TRI) is an independent, third party, geosynthetics firm providing geosynthetics testing and research services to the international community. TRI provides laboratory conformance/verification testing as well as performance related studies. In addition to routine testing, TRI provides interface friction, permeability, creep and stress-rupture, transmissivity, gradient ratio, UV-resistance, chemical resistance, carbonyl end group, molecular weight, plastic pipe and accelerated time-temperature testing. TRIs personnel are active throughout the worlds standards development organizations and routinely provide short courses, seminars and tailor made training services to those learning about geosynthetics.