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Kaytech Engineered Fabrics
Engineered Fabrics
Kaytech Engineered Fabrics are suppliers and manufactures of geosynthetics and geotextiles in the civil engineering industry.
location_on Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal
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today28 Jun 2018
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Kaytech stabilises XtraSpace storage facility

Pentacon Civils installed 5500 m2 of Kaytech’s Tensar TriAx TX160 geogrids that not only formed a durable, stabilised base for the entire road network and parking areas, but also provided a high strength temporary platform to facilitate construction procedures.
today27 Jan 2014

Kaytech geogrids save the day

Kaytech’s reinforcement geogrids came to the fore when Hanger Street and Harvey Road in Bloemfontein were found to be in dire need of reconstruction. Intersecting each other, these two important roads had reached the end of their design life thus prompting the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality to approve a rehabilitation project.
today19 Feb 2018
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Kaytech geosynthetics save Strubens Valley site

Eco-friendly bidim geotextile in conjunction with TriAx, the innovative geogrid developed by Tensar International and supplied locally by Kaytech, were used to solve an urgent subgrade stabilisation for a construction site access road at the new Chamberlain Hardware Distribution Centre in Strubens Valley, Roodepoort.
today30 May 2013

Kaytech reinforces road leading to Willow Glen Motor showrooms

A recent project in Solomon Mahlangu Drive (formerly Hans Strydom Road), Willow Glen, Pretoria East, entailed the construction of two motor showrooms for Imperial Holdings. For construction of the slipway the consulting engineers, WSP, and contractor, Advance Projects, conformed to Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport (Gautrans) specifications.
today2 Nov 2017
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Kaytech’s economical alternative for Hammanskraal project

When constructing a new road, it was not feasible to apply the conventional method of placing and compacting a depth of more than 1.5 metres of dump rock over the challenging clayey subgrade material. Using Kaytech bidim and Triax afforded the municipality massive savings