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Eco Environmental Group maintains one of  the largest inventories of NON WOVEN GEOTEXTILES AND WOVEN STABILIZATION GEOTEXTILE FABRIC in the United States!

Our massive buying power gives us the ability to offer Geotextiles at some of the lowest prices in the industry. Call 1-888-993-3928 for more information, pricing or to place your order. 

NON WOVEN GEOTEXTILES

Non woven Geotextiles Fabrics are probably the most commonly known geotextiles. Non-woven polypropylene fabric, which has a felt-like consistency, combines strength and flow ability. Available in varying weights and thicknesses, the fabrics are strong but permeable, allowing for varied uses. Non-woven fabrics commonly are used as a separator between subsoils and rock riprap, and they also are used to separate soils and sized stone in many ground-level and subsurface drainage applications. Non-woven Geotextile Fabrics have a random, three dimensional pore structure and are highly water permeable, as is necessary in many geotextile end uses. A wide range of fabric weights ranging from 3.1oz. to over 16 oz. is offered to meet the requirements of various Non-woven applications. Custom sizes are available with all of our Woven and Non Woven Geotextile Fabrics. We offer the lighter weight Non-wovens fabrics in 3' X 300' and 3' X 360' rolls for use as Pipe Wrap. Below are our standard weights and sizes.

Eco Environmental Group maintains one of  the largest inventories of NON WOVEN GEOTEXTILES AND WOVEN STABILIZATION GEOTEXTILE FABRIC in the United States!


Our massive buying power gives us the ability to offer Geotextiles at some of the lowest prices in the industry. Call 1-888-993-3928 for more information, pricing or to place your order. 


NON WOVEN GEOTEXTILES

Non woven Geotextiles Fabrics are probably the most commonly known geotextiles. Non-woven polypropylene fabric, which has a felt-like consistency, combines strength and flow ability. Available in varying weights and thicknesses, the fabrics are strong but permeable, allowing for varied uses. Non-woven fabrics commonly are used as a separator between subsoils and rock riprap, and they also are used to separate soils and sized stone in many ground-level and subsurface drainage applications. Non-woven Geotextile Fabrics have a random, three dimensional pore structure and are highly water permeable, as is necessary in many geotextile end uses. A wide range of fabric weights ranging from 3.1oz. to over 16 oz. is offered to meet the requirements of various Non-woven applications. Custom sizes are available with all of our Woven and Non Woven Geotextile Fabrics. We offer the lighter weight Non-wovens fabrics in 3' X 300' and 3' X 360' rolls for use as Pipe Wrap. Below are our standard weights and sizes.

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WOVEN STABILIZATION GEOTEXTILE FABRIC 

Woven geotextiles are made from polypropylene as well, but the manufacturing process, product characteristics and applications differ dramatically from those of non-wovens. Narrow strands of polypropylene tape are woven together during manufacturing, producing a tough fabric, but one with much less permeability than non-wovens. Commonly known as ground stabilization fabric, wovens are effective in separating less desirable subsoils from gravel or paved surfaces. By effectively bridging over poorer-quality soils, they can provide savings in material costs and project life cycles. Perhaps the easiest way to understand the value of soil separation in roadway construction is to be aware that stone and gravel tend to sink into softer soils. A simple adage that road builders have used for years goes something like this: “Five pounds of stone on top of five pounds of mud equals ten pounds of mud.”

WOVEN STABILIZATION GEOTEXTILE FABRIC 


Woven geotextiles are made from polypropylene as well, but the manufacturing process, product characteristics and applications differ dramatically from those of non-wovens. Narrow strands of polypropylene tape are woven together during manufacturing, producing a tough fabric, but one with much less permeability than non-wovens. Commonly known as ground stabilization fabric, wovens are effective in separating less desirable subsoils from gravel or paved surfaces. By effectively bridging over poorer-quality soils, they can provide savings in material costs and project life cycles. Perhaps the easiest way to understand the value of soil separation in roadway construction is to be aware that stone and gravel tend to sink into softer soils. A simple adage that road builders have used for years goes something like this: “Five pounds of stone on top of five pounds of mud equals ten pounds of mud.”

OTHER AVAILABLE GEOTEXTILE FABRIC 

Woven monofilament geotextiles. This group adds a third dimension to the geotextile toolbox. In the manufacturing process, individual polypropylene filaments are woven together to form a fabric that resembles nylon screen cloth. Woven monofilaments are available with varying opening sizes to match up appropriately with site soil, and the result is a geotextile fabric that combines excellent flow ability with durability and strength.

Uses for woven monofilaments are many and varied. They often are implemented in specialized applications where permeability is important, such as in drainage swale sides and bottoms. More recently, these geotextiles have been used in the construction of filter bags used to protect storm water inlet structures from construction site sediment.

Spun-bonded geotextiles. Rugged, non-woven fabrics appropriate for many applications, particularly in landscape construction, spun-bound geotextiles are used by landscapers to separate subsoils from surface stone or mulch and control weeds. Like wovens and non-wovens, spun-bonded geotextiles are used extensively in construction applications.

OTHER AVAILABLE GEOTEXTILE FABRIC 


Woven monofilament geotextiles. This group adds a third dimension to the geotextile toolbox. In the manufacturing process, individual polypropylene filaments are woven together to form a fabric that resembles nylon screen cloth. Woven monofilaments are available with varying opening sizes to match up appropriately with site soil, and the result is a geotextile fabric that combines excellent flow ability with durability and strength.


Uses for woven monofilaments are many and varied. They often are implemented in specialized applications where permeability is important, such as in drainage swale sides and bottoms. More recently, these geotextiles have been used in the construction of filter bags used to protect storm water inlet structures from construction site sediment.


Spun-bonded geotextiles. Rugged, non-woven fabrics appropriate for many applications, particularly in landscape construction, spun-bound geotextiles are used by landscapers to separate subsoils from surface stone or mulch and control weeds. Like wovens and non-wovens, spun-bonded geotextiles are used extensively in construction applications.