In the cultivation of artificial aquatic products, people often use geotextiles as anti-seepage membranes, also known as aquaculture geomembranes. This geotextile is a single-layer high-density geotextile that can effectively prevent fish during the rainy season. Flocks run away, especially fish such as crabs, lobsters, and loach.
The principle precept of Nonwoven Geotextile For Aquaculture is to use the impermeability of the plastic movie to dam the leakage channel of the earth dam, and the robust stretchability and elongation of the geomembrane can resist sturdy water stress and can also adapt to the deformation of the dam.Combining aquaculture geotextiles with plastic films can also increase the stretchability and resistance to puncture of plastic films, and because the surface of the non-woven fabric is rough, it can increase the friction coefficient of the contact surface, which is beneficial to the aquaculture geotextiles. stability. At the same time, the geotextile has good anti-bacterial and chemical corrosion resistance, can withstand the corrosion of acids, alkalis and other chemicals for a long time, and it has a long service life.
Nonwoven Geotextile For Aquaculture can well solve the problem of water seepage in fish pond aquaculture.
Laying method of Nonwoven Geotextile For Aquaculture:
(1) After the pond is cleared in winter, drain the pond water, remove the garbage and sludge from the pond bottom, and dry it naturally for 20 days. Sprinkle a layer of clay about 20 cm thick on the bottom and edges of the pond, and then use a machine to compact or compact it.
(2) Spread a layer of aquaculture geotextile as an anti-seepage protection layer, measure the area of the pond according to the shape of the pond, and then splice a layer of aquaculture geotextile according to the actual situation of the pond. The overlap width of the joint of two geotextiles is generally not less than 15cm. You can also sprinkle some grass seeds on the slope protection to use the roots of dwarf plants to prevent rain from washing and causing soil erosion.