New Base Reinforcement Brand from HUESKER

New Base Reinforcement Brand from HUESKER New Base Reinforcement Brand from HUESKERThe HUESKER Group has restructured its base reinforcement products, an endeavor that has led to a new base reinforcement brand: Basetrac®. The change in marketing is effective immediately. The Basetrac family includes the company’s well-established products, such as Fortrac® (biaxial), Fornit®, Base, Duogrid®, Comtrac®, Sefitec® and HaTe®.
In a statement on the change, the company noted that the rebranding “simplifies product selection and provides construction companies and transport engineers with single-source solutions for all application areas.”


The Basetrac products are engineered for excellent interaction flexibility, high reliability, and cost-effectiveness. As rolled goods, they enable simple handling and installation on base reinforcement sites.
They are used as base reinforcement for permanent and temporary traffic areas, working platforms, and railway applications. With biaxial geogrid applications, the Basetrac line offers standard tensile strengths from 20 to 80 kN/m. Higher tensile strength polypropylene and polyester materials and polyvinylalcohol (PVA) geogrids are also available for special applications.
In establishing a new brand, HUESKER has not only simplified its product portfolio structure, it has supported it with a web application: BaseCalculator.
“With just a few clicks, the client can calculate the base course thickness and select the most suitable product to match the condition of the soil and application type,” the company notes.
The calculator tool is available for free online:


The company wrties:

Traffic areas are permanently subject to heavy and fluctuating loads. Allowance must therefore be made, in the base course design, for the particularities of each application. Geosynthetics have offered a tried-and-tested base course reinforcement solution for many years. They perform a key function by increasing bearing capacity and improving traffickability. Further benefits include their high resistance to mechanical loads, straightforward installation, cost-effectiveness and eco-efficiency compared to conventional construction methods. As a result, the use of geosynthetics reduces the base course thickness and increases service life while significantly reducing maintenance intervals and costs.

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