Civil Engineering

Salt barrier

Prevent saline groundwater moving upwards

To avoid the risks of capillary rise and salt damage to vegetation and paving, install a barrier layer between saline soil and clean soil.

Salt barriers are typically used in heavily populated sandy and desert areas close to the seashore, where trees would struggle to survive in high saline content groundwater, and marble pedestrian pathways might be damaged.

Salt barriers both serve as a capillary layer to break the saline groundwater particles from moving to ground level and also serve as traditional drainage mats for excess sweet water.

OUR SOLUTION

The Enkadrain Wide composite is good at creating a void break.

Enkadrain Wide as salt barrier

  • With 95% air space will allow water to flow in all directions.
  • Creates an efficient salt barrier.
  • Sufficient flow capacity for both irrigation and groundwater to be drained away.
Enkadrain Wide as salt barrier
Functions
  • Capillary break.
  • Drainage.
  • Filtration.
  • Separation.
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