Woven Geotextile


Woven Geotextile - a woven fabric woven of polypropylene, polyester, less often polyamide yarns, which has high strength characteristics. The service life of various modifications of woven geotextiles from 10 to 200 years, depending on the modifications and operating conditions (200 in the case of woven geotextiles of high strength characteristics woven from polyamide yarns.)

What is used for?

Woven Geotextile is most often used in road construction, in the construction of highways, high-loaded trails, but woven geotextiles of low strength characteristics can also be used in private housing construction in the organization of garden paths. The bright advantages of woven geotextiles are strength, high filtering and draining abilities, and absence of silting. To the disadvantages of woven geotextile can be attributed relatively high cost and rarity.

What happens: modifications and raw materials

Woven Geotextiles can be made from polypropylene (the most common variant), mainly primary polypropylene is used, very rarely occurs secondary. Woven geotextile made of polypropylene is black and used mainly in private housing construction, as well as for the construction of structures with low loads (to strengthen slopes, slopes, etc.), modifications of polyester webs are used for the construction of high-loaded roads, highways, reinforcement of road paintings with high and even extreme loads. An important feature of woven geotextiles is the ability to drain and filter water, while being under high loads. Polyamide woven geotextile is a rare customized item used on objects with high reliability requirements. Polyamide is completely stable by default from UV radiation, has the best strength characteristics and a longer service life.