Coastal Structure

TUBE200-200

Overview

TUBE 200-200 is weather resistant geotextile tube and filled with sand slurry, to form an artificial coastal structure such as a breakwaters, dykes or levees. They are aligned with the shoreline to weaken wave energy and protect against coastal erosion. It has features as below:

  • Custom fabricated with high seam strength
  • High flow rate allows water to out, while containing solids 
  • Easy operation
  • Competitve price because of good management
  • Small orders are available with fast delivery

TUBE200-200

75 %
Seam Strength Up to
200 Kn
WARP DRECTION
900 L
WATER FLOW
200 Kn
WEFT DRECTION
APPLICATIONS
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For Coastal Protection

Sea water erosion, marine storms and high waves, may lead to destructive effects on buildings, installations and beaches in close shores, even causing their collapse.

For Breakwaters

Breakwater is a permanent structure constructed at a coastal area to protect against tides, currents, waves, and storm surges. Some breakwaters are installed to minimize erosion.

For Dykes & Levees

The shoreline has always experienced severe erosion due to the impact of high energy waves, both on the predominantly mud coasts and the predominantly sandy coasts.

For Coastal Protection

Sea water erosion, marine storms and high waves, may lead to destructive effects on buildings, installations and beaches in close shores, even causing their collapse. Boat geotextile tubes can perfectly protect sites at the shoreline and near the water, by erecting a barrier built of geotextile tubes and placing them one after another, creating a wall near the location to be protected.

For Breakwaters

Boatup geotextile tube breakwater is a permanent structure constructed at a coastal area to protect against tides, currents, waves, and storm surges. Some breakwaters are installed to minimize erosion, and to protect anchorages, helping isolate vessels within them from marine hazards such as prop washes and wind-driven waves. Breakwater, also known as a jetty, may be connected to land, and may contain a walkway for vehicle access.

For Dykes & Levees

The shoreline has always experienced severe erosion due to the impact of high energy waves, both on the predominantly mud coasts and the predominantly sandy coasts. This process has resulted in the deterioration of the quality of the beach on the sandy coasts and loss of valuable land. The application of geotextile tubes for shoreline management was introduced and slove the problem permanently.

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