Poly Plates  

WHY WOULD YOU USE ANYTHING ELSE?

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The Poly Plates Story

Geotextiles were originally intended to be an alternative to granular soil filters. The original, and still sometimes used, term for geotextiles is filter fabrics. Work originally began in the 1950s with R.J. Barrett using geotextiles behind precast concrete seawalls, under precast concrete erosion control blocks, beneath large stone riprap, and in other erosion control situations.

The use of geotextiles and related products has increased significantly over the years containing many applications and currently supports many civil engineering applications including roadsairfieldsrailroadsembankmentsretaining structuresreservoirscanalsdamsbank protection, coastal engineering and construction site silt fences or 'geotube'.

Poly Plates have several advantages

Several advantages over what is currently on today’s market some of which include:

  • Cost Effective & Safer to Handle than Generic Tin Plates (No Sharp Edges or Corners)

  • 65% Lighter than Generic Tin Plates for Easier Handling & Distribution

  • Readily Available - No Order Too Big or Too Small

  • Made from 100% Recycled Materials

  • Environmentally Friendly & Biodegradable

  • Improved Quality Control Measures from White Color

 

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Poly Plates are an ideal solution for adhering geotextiles to a multitude of applications and situations. Try them on your Project today and experience the efficiency!

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ABOUT POLY PLATES

Work originally began in the 1950s with R.J. Barrett using geotextiles behind precast concrete seawalls, under precast concrete erosion control blocks, beneath large stone riprap, and in other erosion control situations