Woven Stabilization Fabric
Woven Geotextiles are some of the strongest fabrics available for erosion control, stabilization, and aggregate separation. Offering an increased grab tensile strength, woven geotextile fabrics offer a robust design that allows them to be successfully implemented in almost any location, including the following:
- Rip Rap
Woven Geotextile Fabric Comparison
|PROPERTY||Woven 150||Woven 200||Woven 315|
|Grab Tensile||150 lbs.
|Grab Elongation||15 %||15 %||15 %|
|Trapezoid Tear||70 lbs.||75 lbs.
|Puncture Resistance||84 lbs.||90 lbs.
|Permittivity*||0.05 sec -1||0.05 sec -1||0.05 sec -1|
|Water Flow*||34 gpm/ft2||5 gpm/ft2
|A.O.S*||-||40 U.S. Sieve||40 U.S. Sieve|
|U.V. Resistance||70/500 %/hrs||70/500 %/hrs||70/500 %/hrs|
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Woven Fabric Advantages
Woven Geotextile Fabric is constructed by blending and weaving fibers. The result is a product that is not only strong, but also remarkably well equipped to handle drainage and erosion control problems.
- High in Strength
- UV Resistant
- Rot Resistant
- Resists Biological Degradation
- Chemically Inert
- Increases the Life of your Roads
- Strengthens and Supports Aggregates
Woven Geotextile Uses and Applications
- Road Stabilization
- Ground Stabilization
- Railroad Support
- Aggregate Separation
- Rip Rap Support
- Erosion Control
Road Stabilization & Woven Fabrics
One of the most popular options for the woven geotextiles is in ground or road stabilization. During road construction, there is commonly a sub grade, aggregate, and then pavement. What geotextiles work to do is provide a layer of support between the sub-grade and the aggregate.
When water reaches seeps through, aggregate will remain in place to prevent pockets of space. This increases the overall strength of the road.
- Stabilizes Areas Under Roads
- Supports Weight from Pavement or Vehicles
- Effectively Separates Aggregate Layers
- Prevents Road Failures
Not Sure Which Woven Geotextile You Need?
If you are unsure which woven geotextile material may work best for your application, please don't hesitate to give us a call. Our team of experts are always ready to assist you with your stabilization applications.
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