Types of Geotextile

Types of Geotextile

There are several different types of geotextile. These can be woven or nonwoven. The types of geotextiles are classified according to their traffic and grading. Each type has a different energy index that is the product of the tensile strength of the geotextile and the strain at its maximum strength. There are also tolerances for mass per unit area and static puncture strength. Read on to learn about these different types.

What is geotextile fabric used for

What is geotextile fabric used for

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.

Polyester Continuous Filament Nonwoven Geotextile

Polyester Continuous Filament Nonwoven Geotextile

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.

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