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Woven Geotextile


Woven Geotextile is a planar textile structure produced by interlacing two or more sets of elements, such as yarns, fibers, rovings, or filaments, where the elements pass each other, usually at right angles, and one set of elements are parallel to the fabric axis.

The main property of woven Geotextile is its strength and due to this property, woven Geotextile is grouped into:

  • High Strength Woven Geotextile
  • Low Strength Woven Geotextile

Benefits:

  • High Tensile Strength
  • Low Elongation
  • Superior Long Term Performance
  • Easy to Install
  • Reduces Fill Material
  • Cost Effective
  • UV Resistance
  • Chemical Resistance
  • Micro-organism, Fungus and Rodent Resistance

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