Made of primarily local, natural, non-toxic elements from the earth – cement, sand and water – HYDROTEX Fabric Formed Concrete products are inert. They are not flammable, will not react with other materials and do not release chemicals into their surroundings.
HYDROTEX® fabric formwork has been utilized on more than 75 million ft² of installations around the world, used in-situ casting of concrete erosion control, scour protection, and geomembrane liner systems.
What sets Synthetex apart is our collaborative way of working globally and delivering locally. Synthetex is a trusted partner to our clients- drawing together teams of project managers, engineers, production, and field service managers dedicated to sustainable solutions.
Synthetex operates with global markets with strategically engaged HYDROTEX manufacturing facilities in the United States and India. Our global operations are positioned to serve the infrastructure, energy, industrial, and environmental markets.
Working globally, delivering locally
HYDROTEX fabric-formed concrete has been installed in all seven continents—including Antarctica.
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Synthetex is dedicated to sustainability, by providing geological protection through the innovative products we design. When using HYDROTEX, we work together to participate in developing an effective and environmentally friendly solution.
Centuries of use have proven concrete to be one of the most energy-efficient and eco-friendly materials available. HYDROTEX Fabric Formed Concrete systems greatly extend the systems service life and performance. HYDROTEX systems can last up to three times longer than any other solution.
HYDROTEX is a highly adaptable concrete system, which dramatically reduces the carbon footprint of any project. There are many Green benefits with using HYDROTEX products, ensuring a sustainable solution locally and globally.
Concrete’s reliability reduces the need for routine maintenance- further eliminating manufacturing energy required for replacement products, which dramatically reduces lorry emissions in construction zones.