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TERRATEX
WOVEN GEOTEXTILES

TerraTex  Woven Geotextiles are designed and manufactured for many construction
applications.  They perform the three primary functions of a geotextile:
- separation  (separating the native subgrade from an aggregate layer;
- reinforcement (reinforcing an area by distributing  weight over a wider area);
- filtration (retaining soil while allowing the passage of water).  

Terratex Woven fabrics are rugged fabrics that are most commonly used to stabilize
very poor to moderate strength soils by separating subgrade and aggregate. Benefits
of Woven Geotextiles include faster construction in all weather conditions, reduced
aggregate requirements, reduced excavation, reduced long term maintenance.

TerraTex Woven Geotextiles are made of polypropylene filaments which are formed
into a stable network such that they retain their relative position. Polypropylene
material also insure resistance to most soil chemicals, rot, mildew, acids, and alkalies
in pH range from 3 to 12.   

A range of geotextiles is offered to meet the requirements of various applications.
 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS

TerraTex GS
Industry-standard geotextile that performs the functions of separation and
stabilization in marginal soil conditions. Grab tensile strength of 200 lbs.

TerraTex GS-250 Grab tensile strength of 250 lbs. Meets specifications set forth by AASHTO
M288-00 for separation.

TerraTex HD Grab tensile strength of 315 lbs. Meets specifications set forth by AASHTO
M288-00 for stabilization.

TerraTex SC High strength silt fence fabric that meets FHWA, AASHTO, and many state DOT
specification for controlling sediment runoff.

TerraTex EP Monofilament fabric which meets or exceeds the standard specifications of the
Corps of Engineers for controlling the scouring of native soils behind embankments and slope
protection structures.

TerraTex EP-10,  EP-12,  EP-20, & EP-40
Monofilament fabrics which have very high permeability and percent open area characteristics.