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Geosynthetics Geotextiles are becoming quite popular in market for their flexible usage in different industries. We have wide varieties of geotextiles for the work of separation of soil layers, filtration of soil particles from water, reinforcement, erosion control in hilly areas, drainage and many others. Available in different GSMs, widths and colors, these are finely made on our advanced state of art plants that are imported from leading companies of the world. All these geotextiles have proved their credibility in the industries with their excellent properties including high tensile strength, elongation, weather proof quality, water retention capability and high flow rate. In addition to all these, we also have excellent packaging bags for several industries like sugar, fertilizers and chemicals.


PP Woven Geosynthetics Geotextiles

PP Woven Geosynthetics Geotextiles are some of the strongest fabrics available for stabilization, erosion control and aggregate separation. KT Offers Increased Grab Tensile strength, these fabrics offer a robust design that allows them to support high levels of pavement, traffic, roadwork, structures.
Made from high quality polypropylene, these geotextiles can be successfully implemented in almost any location.

PP Woven Geosynthetics Geotextiles Fabric Comparison

PROPERTY  Woven 150 Woven 200 Woven 315
Grab Tensile  150 lbs  200 lbs  315 lbs 
Grab Elongation  15 %  15 %  15 % 
Trapezoid Tear  70 lbs  75 lbs  120 lbs 
Puncture Resistance  84 lbs  90 lbs  120 lbs 
Permittivity*  0.05 sec -1  0.05 sec -1  0.05 sec -1 
Water Flow*  34 gpm/ft2  5 gpm/ft2  4 gpm/ft2 
A.O.S*  - 40 U.S. Sieve  40 U.S. Sieve 
U.V. Resistance  70 / 500  % / hrs  70 / 500  % / hrs  70 / 500  % / hrs 


Woven geotextiles have been used in a wide range of applications to provide stabilization, separation and erosion control. Common uses include the following :

  • Road Stabilization
  • Ground Stabilization
  • Railroad Support
  • Aggregate Separation
  • Erosion Control

One of the most popular options for the woven geotextiles is in road or ground stabilization. During the construction of roads, there is commonly a sub grade, aggregate and then pavement. What geotextiles work to do is provide a layer of support between the sub grade and the aggregate. When water reaches seeps through, aggregate will remain in place preventing pockets of space. This increases the overall strength of the road.

  • Stabilizes Areas Under Roads
  • Supports Weight from Pavement or Vehicles
  • Effectively Separates Aggregate Layers
  • Prevents Road Failures

PP Woven Fabric Advantages

PP Woven Fabrics offer several unique advantages that help to strengthen and support the location. Advantages include:

  • High Strength
  • UV Resistant
  • Rot Resistant
  • Biological Degradation Resistant
  • Chemically Inert

What is Soil Erosion?

Soil erosion is one form of soil degradation along with soil compaction, low organic matter, loss of soil structure, poor internal drainage, salinization and soil acidity problems. These other forms of soil degradation, serious in themselves, usually contribute to accelerated soil erosion. Soil erosion is the process of weathering and transport of solids (soils) from their original source to somewhere else. This process takes many forms. Soil can be transported by wind, water, ice, down slope creep (gravity) or even living organism (bio-erosion).
The most important factors of soil erosion are :

  • High-Intensity Precipitation
  • More Frequent Rainfall
  • More wind
  • More storms
  • Steep slopes
  • Sediment with High sand/silt content.

A major factor affecting soil erosion is the amount and type of ground cover. Ideal soil contains a mineral layer protected by a litter layer and finally an organic layer. When the litter layer is removed, soil is more susceptible to erosion. This is also known as loss of top soil. The causes behind soil or land degradation are both natural and man-made.

The natural causes are :

  • Flood and Heavy Rainfall
  • Drought
  • Earthquake
  • Volcanic Eruption
  • Climatic Effects etc.

The man-made causes are also follow :

  • Practice of Jhum (shifting) cultivation
  • Deforestation and clear cutting
  • Agricultural depletion of soil nutrients through poor farming practices.
  • Livestock including overgrazing
  • Inappropriate irrigation and over-drafting (the process of extracting ground water)
  • Improper rotation of crops
  • Indiscriminate use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers etc.

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