Needlepunched geotextile

Needlepunched geotextile is a non-woven fabric made of polypropylene fibres, designed to separate different soil layers. Geotextile prevents soil erosion and plant growth, while channeling rainwater through itself.

Places of use

– In road construction, to avoid the use of rubble, sand, etc. mixing of soil layers
– When creating parking and parking areas
– Building drainage systems
– Preventing soil erosion
– for stabilising slopes and hillsides
– Cleaning up bathing beaches
– For mechanical protection of geomembranes


K – protective; T – reinforcing; F – filtering; D – drainage; E – separating.

Road works
Roads, highways, railways, airports T; F; D; E
Local forest and access roads T; F; D; E
Car parks and petrol stations K; F; D; E
Tunnels and bridges K; D
Rolling – separating the soil from the subsoil T; F; D; E
Erosion protection K; T; F
Water services
Ditches and drainage K; T; F; D
Water bodies, reservoirs – erosion protection K; F
Protection of geomembranes K; T; D
Construction of landfills K; D; E
Buildings above ground
Building base, supporting structure T; F; D
Compaction of roof systems K; F; D; E
Insulation of industrial and other buildings K; D
Drainage F; D

K – protective; T – reinforcing; F – filtering; D – drainage; E – separating

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