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What is the meaning of Nonwoven Geotextile?

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Nonwoven Geotextile is a water-permeable geosynthetic material made of synthetic fibers through needle punching or weaving. The finished product is cloth-like, with a width of 4-6 meters and a length of 50-100m. Here we are going to introduce the Nonwoven Geotextile. If you want to order the Nonwoven Geotextile, please read the following words.

How to store, transport and dispose of Nonwoven Geotextile?

What are the characteristics of Nonwoven Geotextile?

What are the raw materials of Nonwoven Geotextile?

How to store, transport and dispose of Nonwoven Geotextile?

Nonwoven Geotextile should be protected from damage before installation and deployment. The geotextile rolls should be stacked in a flat place where there is no accumulation of water, and the stack height should not exceed the height of four rolls, and the identification film of the roll can be seen. Nonwoven Geotextile must be covered with opaque material to prevent UV aging. In the storage process, the integrity of the label and the integrity of the data should be maintained. During the transportation process (including the transportation from the material storage site to the work site), Nonwoven Geotextile must be protected from damage. Physically damaged Nonwoven Geotextile must be repaired. Nonwoven Geotextile that is severely worn cannot be used. Any geotextile in contact with leaking chemical reagents is not allowed to be used in this project.

What are the characteristics of Nonwoven Geotextile?

Nonwoven Geotextile has many advantages: 1) breathability, 2) filtration, 3) heat preservation, 4) water absorption, 5) water resistance, 6) stretchability, 7) not messy, 8) feel good, soft, 9) light and 10) elastic and recoverable 11) There is no directionality of the fabric. 12) Compared with textile fabrics, it is more productive and faster. 13) The price is low, and it can be mass-produced.

What are the raw materials of Nonwoven Geotextile?

The plant fibers used in Nonwoven Geotextile are mainly cotton and jute, and the main chemical constituents are cellulose. Labor insurance clothing, packaging bags and military fabrics produced with cotton and jute as raw materials are early industrial non-woven geotextiles, which are simple low-end products. With the development of the national exhibition economy, the proportion of fiber used in the plant fiber industry will gradually decline. Replaced by synthetic fibers.

Chemical fibers refer to fibers made through chemical treatment and mechanical processing. Chemical fibers can be divided into regenerated fibers, synthetic fibers, and non-woven geotextiles according to the processing methods of the raw materials used.

Nonwoven Geotextile uses natural polymers such as cellulose as raw materials, and is made of fibers through chemical methods. Viscose fibers are regenerated cellulose fibers, almost entirely composed of cellulose. The early non-woven geotextiles were all filaments, called viscose yarns, which could also be cut into short fibers. There were cotton-type viscose fibers and wool-type viscose fibers. The silk used in the early weaving of air parachutes was often made of viscose yarn. raw material.

Feicheng Lianyi Plastic Co., Ltd. has been committed to providing customers with reliable Nonwoven Geotextiles and perfect after-sales service so that customers can invest easily, use them with confidence, and have no worries.


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