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Woven Geotextile
Designed with materials that are high in both strength and resistance, these geotextiles are able resist UV exposure, mildew, biological degradation and several other chemicals. This allows the fabric to remain stable and effective for the duration of their use.
Woven Geotextile
Woven Geotextiles can be widely used for Soil Separation, Stabilization and Reinforcernent Applications including, paved and Unpaved Roadways, Airport Runways and Taxiways and Roads at Waste.
Woven Polypropylene Geotextile
Woven geotextiles for erosion control are ideal for applications where separation and stabilization are key.
Black woven geotextile
Black woven geotextile is polypropylene, propylene Polyethylene flat yarn as raw material, consisting of at least two sets of parallel yarns (or flat yarn) composed of a group along a vertical loom (fabric direction of travel), said warp, another group horizontal layout called weft.
Woven geotextile
Woven geotextile is polypropylene, propylene Polyethylene flat yarn as raw material, consisting of at least two sets of parallel yarns (or flat yarn) composed of a group along a vertical loom (fabric direction of travel), said warp, another group horizontal layout called weft.
Woven geotextile
Woven geotextile mainly uses polypropylene(PP),polyethylene(PE) as raw materials,Welcome to send us an inquiry to get high-quality products and price advantage。
High-Performance Geotextiles
Woven Geotextile is composed of hightenacity polypropylene yarns.which are woven into a stable network such that the yarns retain their relative position. Woven geotextile is inert to biological degradation and resistant to naturally encountered chemicals,alkalis,and acids
Silt film woven geotextile
Silt film woven geotextile Technical Data,We can wholesale, customize this product. Welcome to send us inquiry to get the price advantage
Continuous filament woven geotextile
Woven Geotextile are precisely manufactured with tested and examined high tenacity, low elongation synthetic fibers, i.e.PE and PP filaments
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