Nonwoven Geotextile

BOATUP offers series of civil and environmental nonwoven geotextiles, they are multi-purpose fabrics that are felt-like in appearance. The main functions are stabilazation, filtration and separation. The most common nonwoven is a needle-punched product. Staple fibers or continuous filaments are bonded by mechanically entangling the fibers with barbed needles. Big advantages of nonwoven geotextile:

  • Cost-Effective: Generally less expensive than other soil stabilization methods.
  • Easy Installation: Lightweight and easy to handle, which simplifies the installation process.
  • Versatile: Suitable for a wide range of applications and can be used in various construction and environmental projects

Polyester Nonwoven-Continuous Filament

Polyester nonwoven geotextiles are made from continue pet fibers that are tangled together by a needle punching process, the fibers that achieve their strength by interlocking. PET nonwoven geotextiles provide an effective, economical solution to a range of engineering problems including weak soil, rutted and cracked roads and liquid and gas leaks from landfill sites. They provide excellent filtration, separation and cushioning properties and feature a strong three dimensional structure with high elongation.

pp nonwoven

Polypropylene Nonwoven-Staple Fiber

Polypropylene nonwoven geotextiles are produced by needle punched staple fibers in a random pattern to form a high strength, dimension stable fabric. The fabric resist UV deterioration and will not react with commonly found soil chemicals. The geotextile is rot and mildew resistant, un-biodegradable and resistant to insect and rodent damage. As they provide a combination of strength and filtration, they are commonly used in french drains, subsurface drains, asphalt overlay and as support under pave and roads.

Nonwoven Geotextile -FNG

Filtration, Separation and Cushioning

FNG nonwoven geotextiles are made from continue pet fibers that are tangled together by a needle punching process, the fibers that achieve their strength by interlocking. PET nonwoven geotextiles provide an effective, economical solution to a range of engineering problems including weak soil, rutted and cracked roads and liquid and gas leaks from landfill sites. 

FNG100

100/gsm
CBR: 1000N
Tensile Strength: 6Kn/m

FNG200

200/gsm
CBR: 2300N
Tensile Strength: 12Kn/m

FNG300

300/gsm
CBR: 3200N
Tensile Strength: 17Kn/m

FNG400

400/gsm
CBR: 4400N
Tensile Strength: 25Kn/m

FNG500

500/gsm
CBR: 5800N
Tensile Strength: 34Kn/m

FNG600

600/gsm
CBR: 6900N
Tensile Strength: 38Kn/m

Airport Runway-Isolation Layer

Nonwoven geotextile is an essential component in the construction of airport runways, serving as an isolation layer strategically placed between the base layer and the surface layer of the pavement. It plays a crucial role in enhancing the interaction between these layers, ensuring a more cohesive and stable structure. By acting as a barrier, it effectively prevents the formation of reflection cracks and mitigates various types of interlayer damages that could compromise the integrity of the runway. Moreover, the presence of nonwoven geotextile aids in improving load distribution across the pavement, thereby reducing stress on the underlying layers. 

Highway-Crack Proof Layer Fabric

PP needle punched nonwoven geotextiles are widely utilized in large and medium scale road repair projects as well as in new highway engineering. These geotextiles play a crucial role in creating a waterproof and crack-proof layer when combined with a hot asphalt adhesive layer. This composite layer is highly effective in minimizing the formation and propagation of reflective cracks that typically develop in semi-rigid road bases. By incorporating this technology, the durability and longevity of road surfaces are significantly enhanced, leading to reduced maintenance costs and improved overall performance of the roadway infrastructure.

Geomembrane Cushion

Nonwoven geotextiles are often used as cushions for geomembranes to protect them from damage. They act as protective layers, preventing the geomembranes from being punctured or torn by sharp objects or rough surfaces. 

Civil Engineering-Separation Layer

Nonwoven geotextiles are often used as a separation layer in various civil engineering and construction. They prevent the mixing of different soil layers, in maintaining the integrity and functionality of the construction, especially in roadways, railways, and embankments.

nonwoven railway
Ballastless Track-Isolation Layer

PP nonwoven geotextile, the isolation layer of railway ballastless track is laid between the compacting concrete and the base to reduce the influence of the temperature changes, concrete shrinkage on the track structure, and at the same time has a certain buffering effect, providing support for track structure maintenance. These nonwovens with good acid and alkali resistance and good elastic recovery.

Shoreline Revetment-Filter Layer

Nonwoven geotextile is used as a protection layer in shoreline revetment to prevent soil erosion, provide stability, and protect the underlying soil from wave action and other environmental forces. This nonwoven acts as a filter, allowing water to pass through while retaining soil particles, thus enhancing the durability and effectiveness of the revetment structure.

Client Testimony

Boatup Geosynthetics is not only a reliable supplier, but also an excellent business partner. We are so lucky find the right one in geosynthetics industry.
-Comercio Exportaciones
We generate a lot of sludges, use Boatup Tube, it becomes much easy, most important is that the cost is so good comparing to big equipments.
-DMB Expert
Using Boatup geogrid for our driveway renovation project was one of the best decisions we made. Since installing geogrid, the stability and durability of our driveway have been greatly enhanced.
-WMP
BOATUP GEOSYNTHETICS

Whether you’re interested in any types of our products we’re here delight to quote.