OXIGEO is a needle punched nonwoven geo textile which are versatile in solving many soil and water management problems
OXIGEO is a needle punched nonwoven geo textile which are versatile in solving many soil and water management problems found in construction, it is UV stable polyester or polypropylene fibers which become a integral part of the fluid and vapor management system. It contains various mechanical, hydraulic and filtering criteria imposed by soil and construction conditions.
Land reclamation, Breakwaters, Harbor, Marinas, Membrane protection, Landfills, Foundations, Landscaping, Bridge supports, Abutments, Basal trains, Asphalt and roofing overlays
The ability to convey water and ground water prevents soil saturation, pressure buildup and stagnation. Our nonwovens have excellent permeability to match condition requirements.
The ability to convey water through the plane of the fabric while preventing movements of soil particles
Needle punching creates a fabric structure with a high distribution of pores through the thickness such that water flow remains high while soil particles are retained.
Localized loads are distributed over larger area of sub grade by placing the fabric in tension. Elongation, toughness and good soil adhesion ensure adequate placement and support. When impregnated in paving or roofing applications stresses are relieved and crack propagation is prevented.
When placed over a membrane our fabric provides a layer of protection from puncture. Vapor and hydraulic pressure is also relieved due to the fabrics permeability. Underneath riprap the sub grade is protected from erosion by controlling water flow and soil piping.
Two materials are prevented from mixing during installation and subsequent use. Keeping aggregates separate from the base soils maintains the drainage and load bearing characteristics of each layer.