Comparison Of Woven Geotextile With Non-woven

Woven Geotextiles are made by weaving pre-stressed, non-biodegradable, slit-firm polypropylene tapes into a simple weave pattern, used for sub-grad stabilization requiring considerable strength. This product is economical, providing the high strength required for a very low cost. The Woven Geotextile fabric that is created has a high strength to weight ratio that resists UV rays, soil chemicals, mildew, and insects.

Non-woven geotextiles resemble felt and provide planar water flow. They are commonly known as filter fabrics, although woven monofilament geotextiles can also be referred to as filter fabrics.