Woven geotextiles are made of polypropylene and polypropylene ethylene flat yarns, and are composed of at least two sets of parallel yarns (or flat yarns). The lateral arrangement is called the weft. The warp and weft yarns are intertwined with different weaving and weaving equipment and processes to form a cloth shape, which can be woven into different thicknesses and densities according to different use ranges, and has good stability.
Woven geotextile has the characteristics of lightweight, high strength, small elongation, good integrity, convenient construction, good reinforcement performance, and low price.
1. It is used in rock engineering such as roads, railways, airports, stone dams, breakwaters, retaining wall backfills, and borders to disperse soil stress, increase soil modulus, limit soil sliding, and improve stability.
2. Prevent the embankment from being washed by wind, waves, tides, and rain, and be used for bank protection, slope protection, bottom protection, and soil erosion prevention.
3. It is used for the filter layer of embankments, dams, rivers and coastal rocks, soil slopes, and retaining walls to prevent sand particles from passing through, while allowing water or air to pass freely.