Although non-woven geotextile has a lower tensile strength than the woven type, it still offers great strength, durability and excellent drainage properties. Non-woven geotextile is a felt-like fabric made by thermally bonding polypropylene or a mixture of polypropylene and polyester fibres and then finishing using needle punching, calendaring and other methods. This type of geotextile fabric is easier to cut, has a high water permeability rate and does not lose strength over time, in the same way as the woven fabric does, when used below ground. This makes it ideal for use beneath driveways and roads and in land and storm water drainage systems, where long-term ground stabilization and filtration is required.
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