Woven Geotextiles

Woven geotextile is composed of at least two parallel yarns (or flat yarns). One group is called warp yarn along the longitudinal direction of the loom (the direction in which the fabric travels), and the other group is arranged horizontally called weft yarn. The warp and weft are woven into cloth with different weaving equipment and processes, which can be woven into different thicknesses and densities according to different ranges of use. Generally, spinning geotextiles have relatively strong resistance in both vertical and horizontal directions. Tensile strength (latitude is greater than longitude), has good stability performance.

Main Function of Woven Geotextile

Woven Geotextiles could be used in rock projects such as highways, railways, airports, rock dams, breakwaters, retaining walls, backfills, borders, etc., to disperse soil stress, increase soil modulus, limit soil slip, and improve stability.

Woven Geotextiles prevent the embankment from being scoured by wind, wave, tide and rain, and are used for bank protection, slope protection, bottom protection, and soil erosion prevention.

Woven Geotextiles could be used for the filter layer of embankments, dams, rivers and coastal rocks, soil slopes, and retaining walls to prevent sand particles from passing through, while allowing water or air to pass freely.

PP High Strength Woven Geotextiles

PP High Strength Woven Geotextiles

High Strength Woven geotextiles are made of high-strength industrial synthetic fibers as raw materials and produced by weaving processes. The specifications are 35-250kn/m. Single-layer woven geotextile is also called geotextile. It has the same structure as general woven fabrics. Most geotextile fabrics are plain weave.
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