The Jaybro Group has been supplying the civil industry for over 20 years and has grown through providing a consistent premium service.
In 2015 Jaybro Geosynthetics became its own business unit with a view to diversifying and increasing the product range.
Jaybro Geosynthetics now offers the complete range of GEOmasta® products, all manufactured and tested to meet the relevant Australian and Local Standards.
ROADS & MARITIME SERVICES (RMS) QA SPECIFICATION R63 GEOTEXTILES (SEPARATION AND FILTRATION) May 2013 Edition 4 / Revision 0
RMS R63 is the NSW Main Roads specification documentation to which all Geotextile products are to be tested and approved before use on road and bridge works.
Clause 2 Material Requirements specifies the minimum requirements for the raw material quality, manufacturing processes, product testing & certification.
Clause 3 Storage, Packaging, Identification and Delivery specifies the method in which the product must be packaged, stored, marked and delivered.
Clause 4 Construction Requirements covers general site preparation, installation and site requirements.
Jaybro Geosynthetics recommend the client read and understand Clause 4 and all subsequent annexures prior to installation.
TRANSPORT AND MAIN ROADS (TMR) MRTS27 GEOTEXTILES SEPARATION AND FILTRATION June 2009
Clause 6 Material Requirements specifies the minimum requirements for the raw material quality, manufacturing processes, product testing & certification.
Clause 7 Storage, Packaging and Identification specifies the method in which the product must be packaged, stored and marked.
Clause 8 Delivery and Product Compliance covers requirements for ordering and delivery of geotextiles.
Clause 9 Construction Requirements covers general site preparation, installation and site requirements.
Clause 10 Acceptance criteria details the requirements by the contractor for onsite testing and sampling.
Jaybro Geosynthetics recommend the client read and understand MRTS27 prior to installation.
VICROADS 210 – GEOTEXTILES IN EARTHWORKS December 2014
This section covers the requirements for the supply, handling and placing of geotextiles as listed below or used as a separation layer, or as a separation and filtration layer, in earthworks at locations shown on the drawings or specified.
210.03 Properties of Geotextiles. General; specifies material properties and manufacturing process.
Robustness; outlines how the geotextiles are to be classified according to the G Rating
Equivalent Opening Size; specifies pore size for use as a filtration material
UV Radiation Stabilisation; The geotextile shall be stabilised against deterioration due to ultra-violet radiation such that when tested in accordance with AS 3706.11 Standard
Testing; All testing shall be performed by laboratories with third party accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025 by a signatory to the International Laboratories Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) scheme, e.g. by NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia)
Jaybro Geosynthetics recommend the client read and understand VR210.04 and all subsequent annexures prior to installation
WHAT IS NATA?
National Association of Testing Authorities is the authority responsible for the accreditation of aboratories, inspection bodies, calibration services, producers of certified reference materials and proficiency testing scheme providers throughout Australia.
It is also Australia’s compliance monitoring authority for the OECD Principles of GLP. All State Standards specify geotextile testing must be completed by a NATA accredited laboratory.
By making and importing 80% of our own Geosynthetic products and selling direct to the trade, this cuts out the margin of a middle man and means lower prices for you.
Jaybro’s prices are so competitive, that we are the only supplier willing to put it in print. If you happen to find a lower price, we guarantee to better it by 5%!