250 lbs. Grab Tensile Strength
The Woven Geotextiles featured here is one of our highest strength and most long-lasting erosion control options. Built with a reliable grab tensile strength of approximately 250 lbs., these geotextiles are the perfect option for unpaved road support, chemical stabilization, and undercutting.
This geotextile is made from a woven polypropylene slit film, forming a strong fabric to withstand installation stresses. The natural properties of polypropylene make the material resistant to biological rotting and chemical degradation. It also features an additive for maximum UV resistance.
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- Fabric: Woven Polypropylene Slit Film
- Grab Tensile Strength: 250 lbs.
- Dimensional Stability
- Low Elongation
- High Tensile Strength
- Meets AASHTO M288 Class II Standards
- Cost Effective
- Outperforms Conventional Methods
- Reduces Aggregate Thickness by 50% (when used with unpaved roads)
- Chemical, UV, Rot Resistant
Typical Erosion Control Applications:
- Unpaved Road Construction
Geotex® 250ST Technical Specifications
|Tensile Strength (Grab)||ASTM D-4632||250 lbs||1110 N|
|Puncture||ASTM D-4833||110 lbs||489 N|
|CBR Puncture||ASTM D-6241||750 lbs||3335 N|
|Mullen Burst||ASTM D-3786||500 psi||3447 kPa|
|Trapezoidal Tear||ASTM D-4533||90 lbs||400 N|
|UV Resistance % Retained at 500 hrs||ASTM D-4355||70%||70%|
|Apparent Opening Size (AOS)||ASTM D-4751||40 US Std. Sieve||0.425 mm|
|Permittivity||ASTM D-4491||0.05 sec-1||0.05sec-1|
|Water Flow Rate||ASTM D-4491||4 gpm/ft²||160 l/min/m²|
|12.5' x 360' / 3.81 m x 109.8 m|
|17.5' x 258' / 5.33 m x 78.6 m|
Geotextile Product Line
Geotextiles are an extremely versatile product and feature several different strengths as well as construction to accommodate the requirements of your location. In general, geotextiles are offered in two different models: Woven and Non Woven Geotextiles.
The woven fabrics are typically known for their strength and are designed for use underneath rip rap, roads or rocks. The nonwoven geotextiles, by contrast, are known for their filtration ability and are often used around drains or other areas requiring water filtration. For information regarding our geotextile variety, check out our Non Woven & Woven Geotextiles Page.