Barriers are flexible, high-performance membranes typically used in brownfield and redevelopment sites or sites with contaminated ground. We have a range of products including Japanese Knotweed Barriers, Hydrocarbon Barriers and Gas Membranes.
Japanese Knotweed barriers explained: Japanese knotweed can grow up to a rate of 10cm per day and because of this, it has been known to cause damage to both building structures and biodiversity.
It targets weak points in building structures such as cracks in stone and brickwork and then tries to grow through these. Japanese Knotweed also affects ecosystems by crowding out native vegetation and limiting plant and species diversity.
A Japanese Knotweed barrier is a flexible, reinforced membrane that protects structures and stops encroachment of knotweed roots.
It is often used in conjunction with other methods – such as herbicidal treatments, excavation, screening and sifting – to prevent the plant’s spread.
We specialise in Japanese Knotweed barrier consulting, assessment and supply. To find out more simply tell our specialist team about your next project. We’re here to help.
Hydrocarbon barriers explained: Hydrocarbon Barriers are flexible membranes designed to protect developments and installations from latent hydrocarbons.
They’re made of high-quality raw materials which give them high mechanical strength, excellent UV resistance and resistance to roots. They can also be easily installed without wrinkling.
Hydrocarbon barriers are made up of polyethylene macromolecules which provide superior resistance against many chemicals and are also environmentally safe.
They don’t contain any plasticizers, fillers, micro biocides, or other substances which could be leached out by substances in soil, water or produced by roots.
Therefore, Hydrocarbon barriers are an excellent choice for environmentally sensitive projects.
To find out more about Hydrocarbon barriers, simply tell our specialist team about your next project. We’re here to help.
Gas membranes explained: Gas Membranes are ultra-low permeability high-performance membranes for use in situations where resistance to Methane, Radon, CO² gases and Hydrocarbon vapours is required.
They’re generally used within construction applications, predominantly within the foundation design.
They also provide additional damp proofing protection and negate the need for a separate damp-proof membrane.
The multi-layered, loose-laid reinforced membrane construction means they typically have excellent puncture and tear resistance.
To find out how Stratec gas membranes can help with your ground quality challenges, simply tell our specialist team about your next project. We’re here to help.
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