Tiltex Australia completes Papua New Guinea mining project

February 26th, 2024

Tiltex Australia recently supplied 5700m2 of Tiltex B range as part of a large draining project at a large remote gold mine in Papua New Guinea. Tiltex 10B GCCM was specified as an impermeable barrier to be placed over a 10-meter-wide benched drain to control and convey rainwater and runoff flow across the bench to […]

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Defense department chooses Tiltex 12B for flood drainage project

December 15th, 2023

Tiltex Australia recently completed a 2900m2 flood drainage channel project for the Australia Department of Defense. Tiltex 12B was selected to replace 100mm concrete, not only due to the cost, sustainability and installation advantages, but to mitigate the higher financial and environmental cost of over 300m3 of concrete going to landfill at the end of […]

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Tiltex anti-cracking GCCM used for Australian defense project

August 17th, 2023

Floodwater from storm cells and wet seasons events in Australia’s Northern Territory can lead to road infrastructure damage that services Australian defense operations and civilian road access. Tiltex Australia’s 12B Basalt fibre-enhanced geosynthetic cementitious composite mat (GCCM) was approved to be fixed to the road concrete pavement surface and adjacent ground on the upstream and downstream side. Tiltex 12B’s purpose is to protect […]

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Tiltex Australia completes 10B rail embankment reconditioning project

April 18th, 2023

Tiltex Australia recently completed a 10B rail embankment reconditioning project in Werris Creek, Australia. Tiltex 10B geosynthetic cementious composite mat (GCCM) was specified as the ground surface erosion control over the embankments and drains for ARTC’s Werris Creek reconditioning project. Safety, time management and a durable, low maintenance product were all critical elements of this project’s success.  4,900m2 of […]

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Tiltex completes water infiltration barrier and erosion control protection to reinforced earth wall

September 12th, 2022

Tiltex Australia has completed a major water infiltration barrier and erosion control installation to the Run of Mine (ROM) Wall Crusher A project at the Iron Bridge mine in Pilbara, Western Australia. The team installed a Tiltex 12B Anti-Cracking 80 MPa Compressive Strength Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) over 50+-meter-long steep batters at 1V:1.6H, secured with its soil anchor grid system designed to endure 50m/sec winds. Tiltex 12B […]

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