Woven Geotextile - 315 Tensile Strength
High Strength - Geotextile for Stabilization & Separation
This 315 woven geotextile material has two primary functions: to separate and to stabilize soil. When placed between two mediums (such as sand and rock) the woven geotextile works with the layers to permanently prevent mixing, reinforce soil, and improve the soil quality.
The 315 strength geotextile is a high strength stabilization fabric that is used in several applications requiring underlayment, stabilization and separation of materials. These fabrics feature several yarns that are woven together to create the fabric materia. This helps to increase both the strength and the durability of the fabric.
|Geotextile Type||Specification Sheet|
150 lbs. Tensile Strength
200 lbs. Tensile Strength
250 lbs. Tensile Strength
315 lbs. Tensile Strength
Additional Woven & Non Woven Geotextile are Available.
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Woven Geotextile Options
When compared some other geotextiles, the woven geotextile is typically used in areas or applications that require a significant amount of strength. These geotextiles are perfect for separation applications, stabilization applications, as well as construction work.
If you are looking for something that can additional help with some drainage or filtration applications, you may consider using a Nonwoven Geotextile Material.
Some of the following of the applications where this woven geotextile has been used includes the following:
- Silt Fence for Erosion Control in Construction Sites
- Separation Applications (between subsoils or aggregates)
- Stabilization under Roads, Driveways and Railroad Tracks
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