June 18, 2024

Note: Other specifications for geotextile products can be manufactured based on what the client wants.

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Geotextile characteristics:

1. Great power. It may retain sufficient strength and elongation in both wet and dry circumstances since plastic fiber is used.

2. Resistance to corrosion, particularly long-term corrosion resistance in pH-varying soil and water.

3. Good water permeability is attributed to the gaps that exist between the fibers.

4. Strong antibacterial qualities; does not harm insects or microbes.

5. Easily constructed. The material is easy to carry, lay, and assemble since it is soft and light.

6. Detailed specifications: maximum width of nine meters. It is China’s most popular product, with a mass per square meter of 100–1000 g.

7. Filter, drainage, isolation, and reinforcement are among the lightweight, inexpensive, corrosion-resistant, and high-performing products.

The function of geotextile

1. Seclusion

For building materials with varying physical characteristics, use needle-punched geotextile made of polyester staple fiber (particle size, distribution, consistency, and density, etc.)

Materials (like dirt and concrete, or soil and sand, etc.). Preserve the geotextile material’s structure and functionality, avoid losing or combining two or more components, and bolster the structure’s ability to support weight.

2: Reverse filter, or filter

Water moves from the fine material soil layer into the coarse material soil layer due to the polyester staple fiber needle-punched geotextile’s excellent water and air permeability.

To keep soil engineering and water stable, pass and intercept small stones, fine sand, soil particles, etc.

3. Evacuation

Water conductivity is good for the needle-punched geotextile made of polyester staple fiber.

Outside is where the residual gas and liquid are released.

4: Strengthening

Use needle-punched geotextiles made of polyester staple fiber to increase the soil’s tensile strength and resistance to deformation, the stability of the building structure, and

Good soil quality.

5: Defense

The concentrated tension is dispersed, transmitted, or broken down as water flows over the soil; also, the soil is shielded from harm by outside forces.

6: Puncture-resistant

It aids in avoiding punctures when combined with the geomembrane to create a composite waterproof and impermeable material.

Good permeability, air permeability, high temperature resistance, freezing resistance, aging resistance, corrosion resistance, and insect resistance are among its many qualities.

One type of geosynthetic material utilized is needle-punched geotextile made of polyester staple fiber. used to strengthen roadway pavements and railroad subgrades

Projects include upkeep, sports arenas, environmental preservation, tunnels, coastal beaches, protection of hydraulic infrastructure, reclamation, and others.

Use of Geotextiles:

used in geotechnical engineering projects such railroads, electric generating plants, mines, highways, and water conservation

1. Filter substance for separating soil layers;

2. Drainage materials for high-rise building foundations as well as for the beneficiation of reservoirs and mines;

3. materials that prevent erosion for slope protection and river dams;

4. Reinforcement materials for road building in swamp areas and for the foundations of railroads, highways, and airports;

5. Materials for insulation that resist freezing and frost;

6. An anti-cracking substance for concrete.

Fields for Geotextile Applications:

(1) Anchored the retaining wall panel or utilized as reinforcement in the backfill of the wall. Construct an abutment or wraparound retaining wall.

(2) Prevent reflection fractures in the pavement, strengthen the flexible pavement, and fix road cracks.

(3) To stop soil erosion and freezing-related damage to the soil at low temperatures, stabilize gravel slopes and reinforced soil.

(4) The layer of isolation that exists either between the roadbed and the soft foundation or between the road ballast and the roadbed.

(5) The isolation layer between the foundation and the material yard, rockfill, artificial fill, or isolation between several frozen soil layers. reinforcing and anti-filtration properties.

(6) The drainage system’s filter layer in the retaining wall’s backfill as well as the filter layer of the ash storage dam or tailings dam’s first upstream dam surface.

(7) The gravel drainage ditch or the filter layer surrounding the drain hidden pipe.

(8) In water conservation projects, the filter layer comprises sloped pressure pipes, relief wells, and water wells.

(9) An isolation layer made of geotextile placed between the foundation and any roadways, railroads, airports, or artificial rockfills.

(10) Pore water pressure dissipation by horizontal or vertical drainage buried in the ground within the earth dam.

(11) Drainage behind the concrete protective cover or below the anti-seepage geomembrane in the earth dam or embankment.

(12) Lower the water seepage around the structures, the water seepage surrounding the tunnel, and the external water pressure on the lining.

(13) Sports ground foundation drainage from filled soil foundation.

(14) Weak foundations are strengthened by roads (including temporary ones), trains, embankments, earth-rock dams, airports, sports fields, and other projects.