80/70KN Circle Loom Polypropylene Woven Geotextile Fabric Used For
Our factory offers a wide range of woven geotextiles for
stabilization and soil reinforcement applications. These geotextile
are cost-effective reinforcement elements which improve and enhance
modern construction techniques in a variety of civil engineering
Many conditions affect the degree of site preparation required to
provide a working surface compatible with the selected geotextile
1, Foundation subgradestrength and it relation to equipment
2, The presence of a vegetative root mat
3, The need for removal of large trees or other obstacles.
Direct placement of the geotextile on the prepared site is usually
preferable. Generally, it is advisable to leave vegetative cover
such as grass and weeds in place to provide a support matting for
Because of their flexibility and versatility, woven geotextiles are
used in a variety of applications, including enbankments on soft
foundations, retaining walls, steepened slopes, and soil
stabilization for road and rail construction.
Woven Geotextile Technical Data
|Elongation at break||warp &welf||28%||28%||28%||28%||28%||28%||28%||≤|
|Trapezoid tear strength||long direction||0.3||0.45||0.5||0.6||0.75||1||1.2|
|Static puncture resistance||1.6||2.4||3.2||4||4.8||6||7.5|
|Vertical permeability||cm/s||10-1 -10-4|
|UV strength retention||%||according to contract|
|others||Width and length can be customized by clients. all the information
can be consulted,clients can order according to actually design.|
1,Strength: Higher tensile strength at 2% and 5% than any
comparable stabilization product.
2,Flow: Uniform opening provide the same fitration and flow
characteristics as that of a fine to coarse sand layer.
3,Soil ineraction: Excellent soil confinement resulting in greater
4,Seams: Panels can be sewn together in the factory or field,
providing cross-roll direction strength to facilitate installation
and providing reinforcement strength.
5,Cost:Woven reinforcement geotextiles provide low cost tensile
strength for reinforced soil structures.