Machina-TST Geosynthetics    Machina-TST

Machina-TSTBelarus-based Machina-TST has specialized in geosynthetics manufacturing since 2010. The wide range of materials and sustained high quality has quickly stimulated the company’s growth. The primary production facility is equipped with the most up-to-date equipment from Germany, Italy, Belgium. Raw materials are thoroughly selected and purchased from renowned suppliers. And, Machina-TST’s internal quality control is highlighted by ISO 9001 certification and recognition from independent laboratories such as VNIIGS (Saint Petersburg, Russia) and KIWA-TBU (Germany).

Machina-TST geosynthetics are utilized in markets throughout Europe, including Poland, Germany, Hungary, Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Serbia, and others. The company is also pursuing overseas expansion.

The growing line of geosynthetics includes geogrids, geotextiles, turf reinforcement mats, and geocomposites (e.g., geotextile-geogrid composites). These materials are being used in road construction, mining, embankments on soft soil, oil and gas applications, erosion control, railways, and elsewhere.

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Machina-TST geogrids include the ASPHALTEX, GRUNTEX, STRADEX, and MULTITEX and Multitex brands. ASPHALTEX is available in PET, PVA, and glass fiber, and basalt fiber variations to address particular site strength and chemical compatibility needs in road works. The GRUNTEX line includes PET, PVA, and PROSET variations for slope, embankment, and shoreline work. STRADEX PET is used in base reinforcement applications while STRADEX PROSET is used in slope and embankment works. MULTITEX is a composite reinforcement material featuring a robust geogrid and a nonwoven geotextile for reinforcement, drainage/filtration, and soil separation functions.


STABBUDTEX is a geotextile produced by weaving (sometimes by warp knitting) of high modulus polyester yarns, which allow to achieve tensile strength 2000 kN/m at very low elongation. Available in widths up to 5.1m. Applications include embankments on soft soils; hydraulic engineering (e.g., dams), steep slope and channel reinforcement; construction of support structures or slopes with high steepness; and reinforcement of soils with low bearing capacity.


In addition to the MULTITEX line (see “GEOGRIDS” above), Machina-TST offers other geocomposites solutions for infrastructure. These include DUALTEX PET, which features a geogrid-geotextile construction and bitumen impregnation for maximum adhesion to asphalt concrete layers; DUALTEX GLASS, with its 100% polypropylene, UV-stabilized, mechanically bonded, continuous fibers that are reinforced with glass rovings; high-strength DUALTEX BASALT, with its basalt fiber geogrid and its ultrafine nonwoven polypropylene substrate impregnated with bitumen; and DUALTEX PVA.


GRUNTEX 3D is a geotextile produced of high modulus synthetic yarns by warp knitting with further polyvinylchloride coating. The material is used for strengthening of slopes, embankments and shorelines, and as protection from water- and wind erosion.

  • Events Help Machina-TST Expand Internationally
    Machina-TST is one of the fastest-growing geosynthetics companies in Europe. The company has expanded its production space for geogrids, geotextiles, geocomposite reinforcement materials, and turf reinforcement mats. Part of this growth is fueled by how the company uses events to expand internationally. The company will next appear at Project Qatar 2017 and Techtextil 2017. GEOSYNTHETICS EXPAND IN... »
  • Machina-TST Becomes Partner to 2nd Geosynthetics in Road Construction
    When the 2nd Geosynthetics in Road Construction conference gathers 19 May 2017 in Moscow at the InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya, it will include broad discussion on how geosynthetics are growing in the large Russian transportation engineering market and affiliated international markets. Machina-TST, a fast-growing geosynthetics manufacturer based in Belarus, has signed onto the event in support ... »

Alexey Petukhov
Commercial Director

Grishina Street 87
212011 Mogilev, Belarus

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