Woven geotextile stabilization fabric, the 315 woven geotextile fabric, is one of the strongest stabilization fabrics used for ground stabilization, drainage, support, and underlayment. Providing support and aggregate separation, the woven geotextile stabilization fabric will be used under roads, rail roads, driveways, and other paved areas. This high strength woven geotextile will provide a solid layer of support, keeping roads from failing and extending the life expectancy of roads.
High strength woven geotextile is made from high strength polypropylene-based materials for durability and increased strength. Different measurements and classifications are given to woven geotextile. These classifications include grab tensile strength and elongation, which describes the breaking load the fabric has. Other classifications include permittivity and permeability, which are a means of measuring the rate of water flow. Tension strength of woven geotextile is measured through trapezoidal tear strength and CBR puncture resistance. Apparent opening size, or AOS, refers to heavy duty woven geotextile fabric weave pattern, which refers to how fast the woven geotextile fabric can drain.