Geotextiles form one of the two largest groups of geosynthetics. They are textiles consisting of synthetic fibers rather than natural ones such as cotton, wool, or silk. This makes them less susceptible to bio-degradation. These synthetic fibers are made into flexible, porous fabrics by standard weaving machinery or are matted together in a random non woven manner. Some are also knitted. Geotextiles are porous to liquid flow across their manufactured plane and also within their thickness, but to a widely varying degree. There are at least 100 specific application areas for geotextiles that have been developed; however, the fabric always performs at least one of four discrete functions: separation, reinforcement, filtration, and/or drainage.

Geogrid - Geogrids

Calch Ty-Mawr Lime
Geogrids are geosynthetic material made from polymers such as polypropylene, polyethylene or polyester. In the Sublime Insulated Flooring System the Geogrid adds to the flexural and compressive strength of the Limecrete slab. It is laid on the second laye...