Filter Fabric - Woven
A geotextile is typically defined as any permeable textile material used to increase soil stability, provide erosion control or aid in drainage. More simply put, if it is made of fabric and buried in the ground it is probably a geotextile!
A woven geotextile is a planar textile structure produced by interlacing two or more sets of strands at right angles. There are two types of strands: slit films, which are flat; and monofilaments, which are round. Woven slit-film geotextiles are generally preferred for applications where high strength properties are needed and filtration requirements are less critical. These fabrics reduce localized shear failure in weak subsoil conditions and aid construction over soft subsoils. Woven monofilament geotextiles are preferred for applications where both strength and filtration are a concern, such as shoreline rip rap applications.
- W200 (Roll 12.5 x 432 LF, 600 SY)
- W200 (Roll 17.5 x 309 LF, 600 SY)
- W300 (Roll 12.5 x 360 LF, 500 SY)
- W300 (Roll 17.5 x 258 LF, 500 SY)
woven, geotextile, filter fabric, soil stabilization