Geotextile woven is a sheet-shaped material made of fiber or polymer yarn made from polypropylene or polyester, which is woven using modern, high-tech machines with high-quality control standards. Geotextile woven is permeable and has high Tensile Strength (TS). Woven geotextile has a higher tensile strength when compared to non-woven geotextile types.
The function of this material itself is to be applied as a stabilizing material (stabilization) for subgrade soils, especially in soft soils. Besides that, it can also be applied to railroad tracks, on land to be stockpiled/reclaimed, in road construction/building, and so on.
Geotextile non-woven is a type of geotextile in the form of sheets and non-woven ( non-woven ) made from polymer fibers made from polypropylene/polyester, made mechanically using modern technology machines with high-quality control. Non-Woven Geotextile is generally used in the field of geotechnical engineering.
Non-Woven Geotextile functions as a separator( separator ), reinforcement, drainage, filter, protection (protector), erosion control, and so forth.
Non-Woven Geotextile is made in several types, which their specific gravity or tensile strength can generally distinguish. The determination/selection of the type depends on the condition of the subgrade, the function, and the load that has been planned.
Non-Woven Geotextile Applications
This material can be applied to road construction, railroad construction, reclamation, coastal breakwaters, coastal revetments & riprap, parking areas, and so on.
Non-Woven Geotextile has high tensile strength and is resistant to temperature, weather, temperature, microorganisms & chemicals.