Woven Membrane/Geotextile/Landscape Fabric/Garden cover for Stabilisation

What is a woven membrane?

Woven geotextiles are a construction fabric made from polypropylene tapes woven together. Creating not only a strong membrane but one that once installed has longevity.

A woven membranes properties allow it to be perfect for stabilisation roles within projects. A woven geotextile can be used within sub base layers to provide another layer that not only separates other layers but adds to the areas reinforcement capability.

Woven geotextiles are a construction fabric made from polypropylene tapes woven together. Creating not only a strong membrane but one that once installed has longevity.

What is woven fabric used for?

A woven membranes properties allow it to be perfect for stabilisation roles within projects. A woven geotextile can be used within sub base layers to provide another layer that not only separates other layers but adds to the areas reinforcement capability.

Once secured in position a woven geotextile is UV resistant to the light and is a tough solution for any loading situation.

At Spudulica we supply woven geotextiles in a variety of sizes from small cut pieces to full rolls.

Technical specification for Woven fabric 

 Mechanical Properties

Test

Unit

Fasttrack G90 (609)

Tensile Strength – MD

EN ISO 10319

kN/m

20.0

Tensile Strength – XD

EN ISO 10319

kN/m

11.0

Elongation At Break – MD

EN ISO 10319

%

15

Elongation At Break – XD

EN ISO 10319

%

16

CBR Puncture Resistance

EN ISO 12236

N

1800

Dynamic Cone Drop

EN 918

mm

18.0

    

Hydraulic Properties

   

Permeability

EN ISO 11058

l/m2.s

23

Hydraulic Velocity

EN ISO 11058

m/s

26 x 10-3

Characteristic Opening Size

EN ISO 12956

µm

260

    

Physical Properties

   

Thickness Under 2kPa

EN 964/1

mm

0.47

 

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