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Geotextiles for Filtration and Stabilization

Geotextiles are typically made from polypropylene fibers and provide stabilization and support to soil and slopes. Geotextile fabric options include woven geotextile or non woven geotextile depending on the application in your location. Woven geotextiles are robust and strong, providing support for both erosion control and aggregate separation. Non woven geotextile is most commonly used for separation and filtration. To decide which geotextile is right for your project, review our geotextile specifications chart or speak with our call to speak with a geotextile fabric specialists. For more information about the geotextiles you need, call 1-863-261-8388 for a free consultation or Contact Us online to speak with one of our knowledgeable product specialists. They'll help you find the right geotextiles for your project.

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Woven Geotextile Fabric for Construction and Soil Stabilization

Woven geotextile fabric can be used for pavements, roads, and railroads to stabilize and support soil. Woven geotextile is made through a weaving process. The blending of these heavy duty polypropylene fibers creates a strong, rot-resistant geotextile fabric that will increase the life of your roads and offer increased erosion control. Whether you need woven geotextile fabric for erosion control, separating soils, or stabilizing slopes and hillsides, we have what you need. The right type and weight of geotextile material is just a call or click away.

Non Woven Geotextile Fabric for Filtration and Overlayment

Non woven geotextile fabric offers similar support for separation and stabilization while aiding in filtration for storm drains, French drains, and subsurface drains. Non woven filter fabric can also be used for asphalt overlay to minimize cracking in asphalt over time. Non woven geotextile is classified in three categories: light weight, medium weight, and heavy weight.

If you need non woven filter fabric, our selection provides a high flow through rate that allows water to easily pass through the fabric while silt and sediment is retained.