Geotextiles

We produce geotextiles from polypropylene for different applications and to different specifications, depending on the country where they are getting used.

Geotextiles are used in civil engineering projects or drainage applications, for airport and road construction and to control erosion. They consist of tightly woven threads, are extremely durable and able to withstand a lot of strain and pressure. The material is usually placed at the tension surface to strengthen the soil which in turn increases the longevity of roads for example. The material is permeable and lets water and air pass through, but stops mud or soil from seeping through and prevents weed growth.

What are Geotextiles?

The most common uses are in civil engineering projects, airfields, roads & highways, retaining soil and drainage applications.

The fabric has a very high mechanical strength which ensures it’s a mainstay of slope stabilization. They improve the soil strength over a period of time and are widely used in erosion control projects.

If you have a “soakaway”drainage system the chances are you have Yuzet Geotextiles lining the drain.

Applications for Yuzet® Geotextiles

Underneath Roads, Retaining Structures, Drainage Applications, Reservoirs, Coastal Engineering Projects, Erosion Control, Under Gravel Driveways & Paths and Silt Fence.

Colour
Black
Certifications
US AST, MOT 609
Material
Woven Polypropylene
Weight
81gsm
Packaged
4.5m x 100m rolls or smaller individually wrapped retail packs

A Blue tarpaulin being used to protect and cover wood by Yuzet®.

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A technical drawing of construction of a tarpaulin.
Two boys using a camouflage tarpaulin as a play shelter by Yuzet®.

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