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Our high quality polypropylene fibres are used to produce geotextiles, ensuring that the strong fabric is dimensionally stable and resistant to damage.

Our high quality polypropylene fibres are used to produce geotextiles, ensuring that the strong fabric is dimensionally stable and resistant to damage. Our Geotextile material also retains soil particles while allowing for the free flow of water, which is excellent for filtration of soils in drainage applications. In many segments our geotextiles are used to increase soil stability, provide erosion control or aid in drainage.
We produce an array of geotextiles using our varied polymers and manufacturing processes that makes them useful in a variety of civil construction applications.
Our Geotextile fabric is permeable which, when used in association with soil, have the ability to separate, filter, reinforce, protect, or drain. Our Geotextiles are widely used for filtration and separation in road constructions, to prevent migration and mingling of materials, yet allowing free movement of water. Commonly it is also used in drains, harbour works, breakwaters, land reclamation and many other civil engineering purposes. One of the most popular options for drainage, filtration and stabilization is our woven Geotextile Fabric.
These geotextiles are light in weight and able to both filter and reinforce damaged areas.

Our geotextile fabrics are manufactured in different weights to accommodate specific project needs for durability, drainage, and many other factors. If you have questions or are unsure which fabric will best suit your project, contact us. Our experienced and skilled team will acknowledge to all your needs and requirements and provide customized solutions for you.

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Filtration allowing liquids to pass

Drainage

Separation to prevent materials to be mixed

Erosion control

Protection against damage

Reinforcement between soil layers

Unpaved and paved roads in airport runways

Land fills and stone base courses

Side walks and sand drainage layers

Parking lots and curb areas

Green areas and recreational facilities

Retaining wall structures

Duct banks and pipe trenches

Non-permanent roadways, geotextile fabrics can be perfect for applications such as haul roads that only need to be used for a season or two.

Maintaining soil integrity in long term projects such as road building, where it is crucial that the aggregate laid on top of the soil have a breathable and porous layer that will allow drainage yet not allow the rock to co-mingle with the soil.

Reinforcing the soil below the geotextile fabric so as to enable it to be able to carry high tensile loads without collapsing or spreading. This is one of the key factors in how geotextiles can extend roadway and railway lifespans

Increasing the longevity of retaining walls by allowing the passing and transmission of liquids and gasses through the geotextile fabric itself, which lessens the impact on the wall itself.

Reinforcement of soil in slopes of just about any slope angle so that projects with previously unmanageable slope ratios can now be accomplished with confidence.

Detailed Applications of Geotextile

Geotextiles will prevent two soil layers of different particle sizes from mixing with each other, as is illustrated the image below.

Geotextiles will efficiently collect superfluous water from structures, such as rainwater or surplus water, from the soil and discharge it.

Geotextiles are an ideal interface for reverse filtration in the soil adjacent to the geotextile. In all soils water allows fine particles to be moved. Part of these particles will be halted at the filter interface; some will be halted within the filter itself while the rest will pass into the drain. The complex needle-punched structure of the geotextile enables the retention of fine particles without reducing the permeability of the drain.

Heavy geotextiles can be used to reinforce earth structures by means of fill materials. Thanks to their high soil fabric friction coefficient and high tensile strength, they are an ideal reinforcement solution.

Geotextiles are an ideal protection from erosion of earth embankments by wave action, currents or repeated drawdown. A layer of geotextiles can be placed so as to prevent leaching of fine material. They can be used for rock beaching or as mattress structures. They can even easily be placed under water.

In this application, the natural soil on which the geotextile is placed is usually a wet, soft, compressible material, exhibiting very little strength. By acting as a separator, the geotextile allows water from the soft natural soil to pass from this soil into a free-draining construction soil, which in turn allows consolidation of the natural soil to take place. As a result of the consolidation process, there is a strength gain in the natural soil, which then provides an adequate foundation for construction to take place.

When impregnated with an asphaltic emulsion, geotextiles become impermeable and can then be used as moisture barriers. The primary application for this type of geotextile is in pavement rehabilitation.

Ground Covers

Weed control on landscape nurseries has been an ongoing problem over the years.
Our ground cover fabrics offer exceptional weed control, eliminating the need for herbicidal or insecticidal sprays. Our ground cover fabrics are UV stabilized for long term exposure to the sun and ground covers are available in a selection of weights, colors, widths and lengths.

As well as limiting the growth of weeds, Mayur ground covers help maintain even soil temperatures. Ground cover woven structure allows water to pass through, as well as providing an aerated and healthy environment for plants to thrive.
Our Ground Cover is a tightly woven, black polypropylene fabric that helps control weed growth and retains moisture in the soil. Since it is a woven product, water and nutrients will seep through, eliminating unsightly and hazardous water puddles. Each roll has a green plant line every 12″ to aid in plant placement. Maximum grower benefits from the use of crop covers and tunnels are obtained when there exists an early market-price-window for high value crops.

Silt Fences

A silt fence, sometimes (misleadingly) called a “filter fence,” is a temporary sediment control device used on construction sites to protect water quality in nearby streams, rivers, lakes and seas from sediment (loose soil) in stormwater runoff.

Our Silt fences are often perimeter controls, typically used in combination with sediment basins and sediment traps, as well as erosion controls, which are designed to retain sediment in place where soil is being disturbed by construction processes that is land grading and other earthworks. Silt fencing is a common temporary sediment control device used in construction sites to protect the nearby streams, rivers, lakes, and waterways from runoff after a storm or from loose sediment in general from entering the waterways. There are many different forms of sediment control, but silt fencing is a popular option based on its efficiency, fast installation, and affordable price.

Our filter fence consists of high quality filter fabric stretched between a series of wooden or metal fence stakes along a horizontal contour level. The stakes are installed on the downhill side of the fence, and the bottom edge of the fabric can be trenched into the soil and backfilled on the uphill side, although it is quite difficult to move the trenched “spoil” from the downside to the upside of the trench. The design/placement of the silt fence should create a pooling of runoff, which then allows sedimentation to occur. Water can seep through the silt fence fabric, but the fabric often becomes “blocked off” with fine soil particles.

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