June 13, 2013 — Polysols Inc introduces its new division for equestrian site builders: GGT Non-Woven. Polysols Inc. has expanded their textile offerings to include GGT K.I.S “Keep-It-Separate” K.I.S is a non-woven separation layer and is perfect for use in equestrian arenas. All arenas need a good base before applying your GGT Butterfly Matting System and GGT Footing products. K.I.S will help with water drainage and keep your footing from mixing with your other base materials. This will ensure your arena will be ride ready at all times. With the combination of all the GGT products you are sure to have perfect riding conditions year around! As with all our products K.I.S is made using recycled materials!
Along with our K.I.S separation layer we have developed GGT W.K ”WEED KILLER,” which is a landscaping weed control fabric made from a non-woven material.
Unlike the plastic landscaping material that falls apart after only a few years. W.K. being a non-woven product is so strong that you are sure to have in excess of 20 years of weed-free flower beds and gardens. W.K. is also used in many walkways and retaining wall projects.
The non-woven division has also developed GGT C.C.P. “Clean-Cover-Protect” used to protect your floors during construction projects. C.C.P. is a water resistant floor protection effective against spills, dirt and debris. That being said it is resilient and can be used more than once or for long periods of time.
Lastly is our GGT L.R. “Lay-Right.” This product is a thick layer of non-woven fabric and polymer film. Used for hardwood flooring underlayment. GGT L.R. is a stress barrier that reduces everyday surface noise and provides resistance to moisture, mold and mildew. It’s easy to install with a plastic overlap and adhesive strip to join multiple rows of material.
Polysols success has exceeded goals with GGT- Footing products for equestrian arenas. Polysols Inc. uses remnant – materials to make new products. This is Polysols making its effort to give back to the environment.
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