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Geotex 200ST - Woven Geotextile Fabric - 15' x 360'

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SKU GT200STi15

Geotex 200STi is a Woven geotextile that is manufactured with high tensile strength and low elongation to provide dimensional stability and deliver superior load distribution, reducing rutting and extending the life of paved and unpaved roadways. This fabric meets AASHTO/NTPEP standards.

PRODUCT SPECS

Model: Geotex 200STi

Dimensions: 15' x 360'

Material:
Polypropylene woven fabric

 
   
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • High tensile strength and low elongation provides dimensional stability
  • Requires less aggregate, reducing the overall thickness of the road
  • Increases performance life of the road
  • Withstands tough construction loading
  • Resistant to ultraviolet degradation
  • Resistant to biological clogging, making it ideal for leachate collection systems and filtration beneath hard armor system
  • AASHTO/NTPEP Certified
  • Ease of installation reduces time and labor costs
  • Best Management Practice (BMP) to protect water quality by retaining soil and allowing water to filter through the geotextile (Silt Fence application)

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Willow Creek Road In Glasgow, Montana – Case Study

Willow Creek Road is an unpaved area of road that runs 36 miles in Glasgow, Montana. The road is frequently used by cattle ranchers, hunters, and vacationers. It's muddy, dangerous, and a complete mess during the wet seasons. There were many attempts to rectify the problem by using gravel but to no avail due to the road's silty clay soil.

On top of that, the closest gravel pit was three hours away, making it totally ineffective and very expensive to continually add gravel to this road.

Propex GEOTEX® 200ST Woven geotextile was chosen to be placed directly down the middle of the road.  GEOTEX® Woven is constructed with high-tensile strength and low elongation for dimensional stability and provides excellent load distribution which in turn would reduce rutting and extend the life of the paved and unpaved roadways. Also, it reduced the overall thickness of the road area by not needing as much aggregate during the construction.

Once  GEOTEX® 200ST was installed, 6 to 8 inches of gravel was placed on top of the road followed by a grader.  After completion, Valley County Commissioners Dave Pippen and Dave Reinhardt said they are experiencing the long-term benefits of using geotextile fabric on their road. Just saving one inch of gravel would pay for the fabric. The local residents also saw the benefits of installing geotextile fabric.

Wade Wentzler who is a homeowner in the nearby Pines recreation area said he usually would spend time replacing the gravel in his driveway at least every five years.

The  GEOTEX® fabric will be an added benefit in the eyes of the taxpayers and the spending of taxpayer dollars.

Willow Creek Road is now a road that many people travel over and it's nothing like the days gone by. The locals in Glasgow Montana are very pleased with the work that was put into this road and never want to go back to that muddy, nasty, hazardous road of the past.

Woven Geotextiles 

The first woven geotextiles were made of silt tapes. Silt tapes were forced out yarns woven at a 90° angle to produce a durable textile. Because of their wide smooth surface, they are not a good choice for storing water and offer low soil interaction capabilities. Therefore, they are a bad choice for civil applications, especially in wet conditions.

Over the passage of time, the improvements made for high-performance woven geotextiles have led to a more effective material. The advancements have improved flow rates and higher interaction factors that have become a great deal more suitable for civil applications by offering separation, confinement, and reinforcement. Advancements have also improved filtration and drainage capabilities. 

Conventional applications for woven geotextile fabrics are under driveways, parking lots, residential streets, and highways. The products have shown to be very effective in bridging over wet, weaker, or less desirable subgrade materials. In these cases, the lower impenetrability of the fabric offers long-term separation and stabilization at the same time.

When correctly installed and specified, woven geotextiles will deliver improved performance, less long-term maintenance costs, and extended life.

Monofiliament Fabrics

Woven monofilament geotextiles are used for special applications where a strong combination of high strength and strong filtration are needed. While standard woven geotextiles apply highly impermeable slit tape construction, woven monofilaments are constructed of individual filaments that are woven together in a screen-like design. 

The products offer various opening sizes to match the characteristics of the soil to combine high strength with strong flow characteristics. With these unique characteristics, woven monofilaments are often specified for placement under concrete mat systems. They are usually specified beneath the surface of high flow drainage channels where high strength and strong drainage are of great importance.  

Benefits of Woven Geotextiles

  • Strength - Its high tensile strength increases stability.
  • Prevents Intermixing -It prevents mixing aggregate and soil effectively.
  • Less Production Time - It cuts back on costs and saves production time.
  • Improved Stability - It improves road performance and minimizes pavement rutting.

The products offer various opening sizes to match the characteristics of the soil to combine high strength with strong flow characteristics. With these unique characteristics, woven monofilaments are often specified for placement under concrete mat systems. They are usually specified beneath the surface of high flow drainage channels where high strength and strong drainage are of great importance.  

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