Geotextiles are the permeable covers that are produced from such raw materials as polyester, polypropylene, polyethylene, nylon and polyvinyl chloride. They are produced by weaving (woven) or by processing and pressing the fibers of the above mentioned materials (non-woven). They are spun laces which are produced by making short synthetic fibers into needle felts.
Building material (eg. infillings), a support carrying the load that foundations transmit, is used to provide stabilization during construction (for example, deep foundation excavations or tunnel constructions).
Of being enduring, economic, and lasting has made the geotextile a preferred product which is used in many different fields such as roof heat insulation, storage areas, sports halls, building drainages, and hydraulic constructions.
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