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Geotextile Filter Fabric Non-Woven Geotextile for Earthwork

Color: as Your Request
Usage: Insulation, Water Filter
Material: PP. Pet
Kind: Woven
Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)
Unit Weight: 90G/M2 – 400G/M2
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Product Description

1000g/m2 needle punched geotextile

Product Description

Geotextile is a synthetic permeable textile material used to improve the soil characteristics. It has the ability to separate, filter, reinforce, protect and drain when used in association with soils. Geotextiles are ideal materials for many infrastructure works such as roads,harbors, landfills, drainage structures, and other civil projects.

 

Features:
1.Engineered to provide high strength and high elongation at break to ensure excellent resistance to damage during construction.
2.Manufactured from high tenacity UV stabilised virgin polypropylene or polyester fibers which have been heavily drawn to ensure excellent long term durability in all soil types.
3.Manufactured using a randomly orientated web to provide completely isotropic properties,ensuring that high strength is not limited to a single direction.
4.Excellent uniformity with high permeability and low pore size for soil filtration.
5.Supplied to a maximum width of 6.5mts,ensuring minimum waste over large construction areas.
6.100% polypropylene or polyester staple fibers ,needle punched and random network formation.
7.UV and rot resistant and biological degradation resistant.
8.Filtration
It can be widly used in areas of railways, highways, sport fields, earthwork projects, tunnels, coal mines, walls and slopes, environmental protection and so on.

Application

1. Road Work

Geotextiles are widely used in the construction of the road. It reinforces the soil by adding tensile strength to it. It is used as a rapid de-watering layer in the roadbed, the geotextiles need to preserve its permeability without losing its separating functions.

2. Railway Works

The woven fabrics or the non-woven ones are used to separate the soil from the sub-soil without impeding the groundwater circulation where the ground is unstable. Enveloping individual layers with fabric prevents the material from wandering off sideways due to shocks and vibrations from running trains.

3. Agriculture

It is used for mud control. For the improvement of muddy paths and trails those used by cattle or light traffic, nonwoven fabrics are used and are folded by overlapping to include the pipe or a mass of grit.

4. Drainage

The use of geotextiles to filter the soil and a more or less single size granular material to transport water is increasingly seen as a technically and commercially viable alternative to the conventional systems. Geotextiles perform the filtering mechanism for drainages in earth dams, in roads and highways, in reservoirs, behind retaining walls, deep drainage trenches, and agriculture.

5. River, Canals and Coastal Works

Geotextiles protect river banks from erosion due to currents or lapping. When usedin conjunction with natural or artificial enrockments, they act as a filter.

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