Soak pit drainage

Do you think soak pit drainage is a messy business? Using a perforated drainage pipe wrapped in gravel is only part of what’s necessary.  Add a layer of bidim between the gravel and the topsoil to prevent topsoil infiltrating the gravel and ...Read More

Planters and window boxes

Do your window boxed plants lose soil through the drainage holes?  Or those holes get clogged by soil leaving soggy plants?  Add a layer of bidim between 2 layers of soils to allow sufficient drainage and keep plants healthy.   On a larger ...Read More

Ponds and water features

Whether it’s a big pond as in the Chris Saunders Park in Umhlanga, or one in your own back yard, Sealmac (a variation of bidim) with bitumen is used to waterproof the feature.  View the Chris Saunders Park case study here.   ...Read More

Gravel paths

In paving, laying bidim between the brick pavers and soil, ensures correct drainage and prevents risk of subsidence.  In gravel paths, bidim prevents the natural soil from mixing with the sand or gravel and reduces maintenance.  For DIY use, ...Read More

Reinforcing Simon Vermooten Road

Use of Rockgrid PC geocomposite as basal reinforcing, significantly cut the costs on a huge road upgrade project in Pretoria East. Traffic congestion on Simon Vermooten Road, an important arterial route from Mamelodi and the eastern suburbs to the ...Read More

Cape Town branch moving

Great news for our Western Cape customers.  We’ll be able to receive bigger vehicles and load all the geosynthetic product you need more efficiently.  With more space to work in our new sales office, we can serve even better. We’ve ...Read More

Port Elizabeth branch has moved

Within just 18 months of establishing a Kaytech sales branch in the windy city, we’re moving. We’ve outgrown our space in Neave Industrial Park and have moved on to bigger premises.  You can now find us at: 1 Connor Street North End ...Read More

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