Geotextiles, also known as filter cloth or geofabric, are soil separation and filtration products used mainly in civil construction and environmental applications. In civil construction, geotextiles work to prevent intermixing of sub-base soils with granular layers and help filter surface water to prevent stones and soil particles from passing and migrating into the sub-base. In environmental applications they are used as a protective cushion under or above geomembrane liners to prevent the risk of puncturing from coarse aggregate rock.
Two types of geotextiles, woven and nonwoven, are the common solution for soil separation and filtration needs. Projects where these are typically used, include:
- Landfill lining systems
- Wastewater treatment lagoon lining systems
- Retention and decorative pond lining systems
- Erosion control projects
- Drainage projects
- Road construction and rehabilitation work
- Site development works
- Commercial landscaping work
Geotextiles provided by Titan are of the highest quality fabrics and are available in varying strengths and thicknesses. They provide the perfect balance of functionality for a wide range of environmental, civil construction, and even landscaping projects.
Our geotextiles are manufactured from polypropylene materials which offer optimum performance when used in stabilization applications.
Non Woven Geotextiles
These needle-punched geotextiles are made of 100% polypropylene staple fibers, which are formed into a random network for dimensional stability.
Monofilament geotextiles are manufactured from extruded polypropylene monofilaments which are woven to create a very dimensionally stable and highly permeable geotextile.
Sewing Machine & Staple Setter
Titan offers both the sewing machine and staple setter for geotextile installation.