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Needle Punched Nonwoven Geotextile for River Construction

Needle Punched Nonwoven Geotextile for River Construction

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OKorder is offering high quality Needle Punched Nonwoven Geotextiles for River Construction at great prices with worldwide shipping.

Our Geotextiles are available in a wide range of types and dimensions. Our supplier is a world-class manufacturer and our products are utilized

the world over, with OKorder annually supplying a full range of products to European, North American and Asian markets.

We provide quotations within 24 hours of receiving an inquiry and guarantee a competitive price.


Product Applications:

OKorder's Needle Punched Nonwoven Geotextile for River Construction and related products have many applications and currently

support many civil engineering applications including roads, airfields, railroads, embankments, retaining structures, reservoirs, canals, dams,

bank protection, coastal engineering and construction site silt fences or geotubes.


Product Advantages:

OKorder's Geotextiles are made from polypropylene staple fibers on cross-laying and needle punch equipment.

Our advanced production methods result in Geotextiles that are very high strength, have excellent elongation and high biological tolerances.


Main Product Features:

·         Acid and alkali resistant

·         Erosion aging resistant

·         Excellent filtration

·         Easy installation

·         Low cost


Product Specifications:

Material: PP / PET

Weight: 100g/m² – 1500g/m²

Length: 50m – 100m/roll (Per request)

Width: 1m – 8m

Certification: CE / ISO9001

Color: Black, white, grey

Manufacturing method: Nonwoven / Woven





Q1: Why buy Materials & Equipment from OKorder.com?

A1: All products offered by OKorder.com are carefully selected from China's most reliable manufacturing enterprises. Through its ISO certifications, OKorder.com adheres to the highest standards and a commitment to supply chain safety and customer satisfaction.

Q2: How do we guarantee the quality of our products?

A2: We have established an advanced quality management system which conducts strict quality tests at every step, from raw materials to the final product. At the same time, we provide extensive follow-up service assurances as required.

Q3: What are the differences between Nonwoven and Woven Geotextiles?

A3: Nonwoven Geotextiles are made of directionally or randomly orientated fibers, filaments or other elements, mechanically and/or thermally and/or adhesively bonded Woven Geotextiles are produced by interlacing two or more sets of yarns, fibers, filaments, tapes or other elements.

Q4: What are the differences between needlepunched and thermally bonded Nonwoven Geotextiles?

A4: Needlepunched Geotextiles are produced by entangling continuous or short fibers by needles. This so called mechanical bonding can be improved by additional thermal bonding thermally bonded Geotextiles are produced by bonding randomly or directionally orientated fibers using thermal treatment.   

Q5: Which role does the polymer play in the properties of the Geotextile?

A5: Different polymers are used for the production of Geotextiles. The selection of a polymer depends mainly on properties like melting point, density, melt flow index and more that influence the different production processes. Usually the polymer is modified using additives and stabilizers in order to improve the characteristics. It is the final manufactured product that is of primary interest to the end user. 

Q6: What is the difference between Geotextiles and Geosynthetics?

A6: Geosynthetics is the generic term for products where at least one component is made from a synthetic or natural polymer used in contact with soil and/or other materials in geotechnical and civil engineering applications. Geotextiles are planar, permeable, polymeric textile products and are one type of geosynthetics. 

Q:What are the cost considerations for geotextiles?
The cost considerations for geotextiles depend on factors such as the type and quality of the geotextile, the required strength and durability, the size of the project, and the installation method. Generally, higher-quality geotextiles with better performance characteristics tend to be more expensive. Additionally, the quantity of geotextile required for a project and the labor costs associated with installation can significantly impact the overall cost. Therefore, it is essential to carefully analyze the specific needs of the project and compare prices from different suppliers to make an informed decision.
Q:Neighborhoods: anti-seepage composite geotextile testing need to follow which test specifications, and routine testing items.
(G / sq.m), film thickness (mm), mass per unit area deviation (%), breaking strength (KN / m), the product quality (GB / T-1998) (KN), the equivalent pore diameter O55 (mm), the vertical permeability coefficient (cm / s), the hydrostatic pressure (Mpa), the tearing strength (KN), the CBR breaking strength (KN) The And the front two said the basic almost, but hope that a detailed description can make you more clearly point.
Q:What are the factors to consider when selecting geotextiles for landfill applications?
When selecting geotextiles for landfill applications, it is important to consider factors such as the strength and durability of the material, its resistance to chemicals and punctures, its permeability and filtration properties, as well as its compatibility with other materials and ability to withstand environmental conditions. Additionally, factors like cost, ease of installation, and compliance with regulatory requirements should also be taken into account.
Q:Can geotextiles be used in oil and gas industry applications?
Yes, geotextiles can be used in oil and gas industry applications. Geotextiles are commonly used for erosion control, soil stabilization, and filtration purposes in various industries, including the oil and gas industry. They can be used in applications such as pipeline construction, drilling operations, and containment systems. Geotextiles help to prevent soil erosion, provide stability for construction sites, and aid in filtration and separation of materials in oil and gas operations.
Q:What are the advantages of using geotextiles in green roof systems?
The advantages of using geotextiles in green roof systems include improved drainage, erosion control, and increased structural stability. Geotextiles help prevent soil erosion by allowing water to drain through while retaining the soil. They also provide a strong base for the green roof system, enhancing its structural integrity. Additionally, geotextiles can act as a filter, removing pollutants and sediments from rainwater runoff, resulting in improved water quality.
Q:How do geotextiles interact with other geosynthetic materials?
Geotextiles interact with other geosynthetic materials by providing reinforcement, filtration, separation, and drainage functions. They can be used in combination with geogrids, geomembranes, geocells, and other geosynthetics to enhance the overall performance and effectiveness of geotechnical engineering projects.
Q:Can geotextiles be used in geogrid reinforced retaining walls?
Yes, geotextiles can be used in geogrid reinforced retaining walls. Geotextiles are often used as a separation and filtration layer between the soil and the geogrids in these walls. They help prevent soil erosion, improve drainage, and provide additional support to the geogrids, enhancing the overall stability and performance of the retaining wall.
Q:What are the considerations for geotextile installation?
There are several considerations for geotextile installation. First, it is important to properly prepare the site by removing any vegetation, debris, or loose soil. The geotextile should then be laid out flat and any wrinkles or folds should be smoothed out to ensure proper functionality. Additionally, the edges of the geotextile should be properly secured to prevent shifting or movement during installation. Finally, it is crucial to choose the appropriate type and thickness of geotextile based on the specific application and soil conditions to ensure its effectiveness.
Q:Can geotextiles be used in geogrid reinforced slopes?
Yes, geotextiles can be used in geogrid reinforced slopes. Geotextiles are often used in conjunction with geogrids to enhance their performance and provide additional benefits such as filtration, separation, and erosion control. The geotextile acts as a barrier to prevent fine particles from migrating through the geogrid, while still allowing water to pass through. This combination of geotextiles and geogrids helps to improve the stability and longevity of reinforced slopes.
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