Woven Geotextile | For Building a Driveway

Woven Geotextile for Building a Driveway

Geo-textile for Building a Driveway


Question
regarding a woven geotextile: I am building a driveway and I need a quote on 12' wide roll of w200 a woven geo-textile and its length. Would this geo-textile work for this application? What is the difference between your geotextiles?

Answer:

woven geotextilesHello! Thanks for your inquiry. We are happy to help! Our woven geo-textiles provides superior cushioning and protect against puncture and abrasion. It is made from a woven polypropylene, is UV and rot resistant, and chemically inert. The W 200 Geo-textile Fabric is ideal for building the driveway as its main function is to separate and stabilize soil. When placed between two mediums, it permanently prevents mixing.

Geo-textile fabric comes in rolls that are either 12.5' wide x 432' long or 17.5' wide x 309' long.

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Woven Stabilization Geotextiles Options

In terms of options, we offer a wide range of woven geotextiles for the stabilization and separation of aggregates and other particles. Some common applications we find these geo-textiles being used in have included the following:

  • Erosion Control
  • Roadway Separation
  • Landfill Leachate Collection
  • Steepened Slope Stabilization
  • Soft Soil Embankment Stabilization
  • Lagoon Closures

When compared to a nonwoven geotextile, the woven fabric offers a significantly higher strength and is extremely useful in separation and stabilization activities.

The main differences you will find between our woven geotextiles is in terms of strength and filtering qualities. Woven geotextiles are commonly named according to grab tensile strength. Higher geo-textiles will have a higher weight and a higher grab tensile strength. Depending on your application, different options may be better equipped than others at handling this your location's storage requirements and installation demands.

Higher strength geotextiles will also tend to offer a lower water flow. Depending on how permeable you need your location to be, this may or may not work for your application. If you are looking for a product that can specifically help with drainage, you might also consider a non-woven geotextile option.

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If you have any additional question please contact our Granite Environmental sales team at +1 (772) 646-0597 or TOLL FREE at: (+1) 888-703-9889.


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