Typically used for separation, drainage, cushioning and other functions, nonwoven geotextiles are frequently utilized for infrastructure and civil engineering projects. Nonwoven geotextiles are made from polypropylene and are needle-punched to form a dimensionally stable fiber network. Whether for road bases, railways, or landfills, these geosynthetic solutions can add years of life to your project.
Constructed from individually woven polypropylene yarns and manufactured with high tensile strength and low elongations, woven geotextiles provide dimensional stability and deliver superior load distribution. CSI Geoturf provides woven geotextiles to those who are looking for soil separation, stabilization and silt fencing.
Geoturf’s high-strength woven fabrics are ideal for reinforcement of major surface streets, parking lots, and haul roads. These high-strength fabrics reduce the chances of sliding, lateral spreading and bearing capacity failures and provide stabilization by forming a bridge over weak subgrade materials, while providing frictional interlock between the subgrade and the aggregate base.