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Geotextiles

Our class-leading range of needlepunched geotextiles are manufactured for optimum performance.

Our Geotextiles

GEOfabrics needlepunched geotextiles were conceived with optimal performance in mind.

Rather than offering products with specific unit weights, individual grades are manufactured to achieve performance related values.

When designing with a geotextile, it is the mechanical and hydraulic properties that are the most important to achieve value engineering, not weight.

With a standard width of 6 meters, GEOfabrics’ needlepunched non-woven geotextiles offer fewer overlaps so the products are not only quick to install but provide contractors with a more efficient coverage for a given area.

The main characteristics that prompt engineers to specify needlepunched non-wovens are their robustness – any damage to geotextiles is more likely to happen during installation, not in service – and their ability to provide sustained protection, separation and filtration in the harshest conditions.

Whether it’s a filter beneath rock armour on the Atlantic coast or a protector at the base of a deep landfill sitting in toxic leachate, GEOfabrics’ non-woven geotextiles have a track record in unrivalled performances:

  • High puncture resistance
  • High elongation before break
  • Excellent filter characteristics at all strains

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