Benefits of woven and nonwoven geotextiles

March 18th, 2021

Woven geotextile fabrics are manufactured through traditional weaving of individual threads into sizeable sheets. Individual threads are made of different kinds of materials, ranging from fibrillated yarns to monofilaments, slit films, etc. They are woven together on a specialized loom to create a large, uniform piece or sheet of geotextile material. Because of this process, […]

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GCL woven side against geomembrane

October 1st, 2015

Flammability? Zip ties? MARV? Ponds? GT Specs? Questions and answers from the GMA Techline. I seem to recall a webinar or presentation in which the presenter warned against using the woven side of a GCL against a geomembrane due to bentonite squeeze-out and subsequent slippage. Instead, the nonwoven side was recommended against the geomembrane with […]

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