Non Woven Geotextile

Nonwoven geotextiles are flat, permeable textile materials composed of thermoplastic polymeric fibers, usually with polypropylene or polyester fibers. They are made up of fibers intertwined in a random way linked by mechanical, thermal or chemical processes.

Nonwoven geotextiles can be applied in projects such as: roads, railways, hydraulic works, drainage, containment of slopes, tunnels or landfills.



Geosynthetics prevent the mixing of two layers of materials that have different particle distributions, such as gravel and sand, for example, to avoid contamination between them.  


The permeability of geosynthetics allows the circulation of water through the material, but retaining the soil particles that the flow brings. 

Sewer system

It is the function of geosynthetics that allows to collect and transport fluids. They act as drains to conduct flow through less permeable soils.


Geosynthetics act as a layer that protects a material that acts as an impermeable barrier from drilling or punching. They fulfill the function of receiving, absorbing and mitigating forces exerted on a surface that can cause damage to it. 



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