nonwoven geotextiles are staple fibers used for soil separation and drainage. They combine high tensile strength, along with excellent physical and hydraulic properties. This aggressive geotextile is designed to handle many environmental problems found in roads, embankments, airfields, landfills, and sports construction projects.
The Nonwoven geotextiles function for:
The Nonwoven geotextiles make:
Inhibits existing weed growth while surpressing new weed growth.
Permits passage of air and liquids, including fertilizers.
Prevents “souring” of soil beds associated with impermeable plastic sheets.
Remains in place and will not rot, mildew, become brittle or biologically decompose.
Resists UV rays and temperature extremes.
Resists acids, alkalines, common herbicides, insecticides and fertilizers.
Resists tearing and puncture, but can easily be cut to fit any shape
Provides excellent water permeability.
Landfill Drainage and Filtration