Geosynthetics is a general term for synthetic materials used in civil engineering. As a civil engineering material, it uses synthetic polymers (such as plastic, chemical fiber, synthetic rubber, etc.) as raw materials to make various types of products and place them inside, on the surface of, or between various soils. , To play the role of strengthening or protecting the soil.
High strength. Due to the use of plastic fiber, it can maintain sufficient strength and elongation in dry and wet conditions.
Corrosion resistance, long-term corrosion resistance in soil and water with different pH.
Good water permeability. There are gaps between the fibers, so it has good water permeability.
Good anti-microbial properties, no damage to microorganisms and insects.
Convenient construction. Because the material is light and soft, it is convenient to transport, lay and construct.
One of the most rapidly growing applications of textiles is the use of geotextile. Geotextiles include for ground stabilization, geotextiles for water and soil erosion, geotextiles for roads, and geotextiles for moisture-proof.
1.Polyester (PET) Continuous Filament Nonwoven Geotextile GeofanTexis 100% Polyester Continuous Filament Needle Punched non-woven Geotextile, with maximum 6m-width.
These synthetic fibers are made into flexible, porous fabrics by standard weaving machinery or are knitted in a random nonwoven manner.
2.The major point is that PET Long Fiber Nonwoven geotextile are porous to liquid flow across their manufactured plane and also within their thickness, but to a widely varying degree.
3.PET Long Fiber Nonwoven Geotextile have a very high melting point and UV resistance, and have many applications in filtration and separation, protection and drainage.
The rolls are easily installed and conformed to the ground or trench surface. The rolls is strong enough to withstand severe installation stresses yet exhibits great permeability chemically resistant to naturally occurring acids and soil alkalis, provide good solutions to many building, plumbing and engineering applications.
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