PET Needle Punched Woven Nonwoven Geotextile for Road Construction
Geotextiles are permeable nonwoven fabrics used to separate,
filter, reinforce, protect or drainage. Geotextiles allow
filtration or separation of granular layers in roads and rail
applications, used to protect membranes in landfill applications,
used in coastal defense applications and used in landscaping to
protect surfaces and structures from weeds and root growth.
Geotextiles are available as woven and non-woven .As liner
protection, against physical damage, the non woven are normally the
answer. They are made up of fibers of polyester or polypropylene in
random directions and punched together by needles during the
manufacturing process. Geotextiles are commonly used to separate
layers like clay and drainage and to protect liner from damage.
Engineered to provide high strength and high elongation at break to
ensure excellent resistance to damage during construction
Manufactured from high tenacity UV stabilized virgin polypropylene
or polyester fibers which have been heavily drawn to ensure
excellent long term durability in all soil types.
Manufactured using a randomly orientated web to provide completely
isotropic properties, ensuring that high strength is not limited to
a single direction.
Excellent uniformity with high permeability and low pore size for
Supplied to a maximum width of 8.0 meters, ensuring minimum waste
over large construction areas.
100% polypropylene or polyester staple fibers ,needle punched and
random network formation.
UV and rot resistant and biological degradation resistant.
While the nonwoven fabric can be used in almost any stabilization,
separation or cushioning application, they are most commonly used
in areas that also require filtration. The non woven design of the
material provides a higher rate of flow through , making it easier
for water to pass through the material.