EcoGreenText’s Non woven Geotextiles are fibrous sheets in which the fibers can be almost randomly orientated. These materials are manufactured from either staple fibers (synthetic or natural) or continuous filaments of PP and PET
EcoGreenText's featured product Jute Felt is a fabric of matted, compressed jute fibers; 100% biodegradable and degrades without leaving harmful traces. Jute felt is being increasingly used as an industrial good, especially for insulation
Geotextiles form one of the two largest groups of Geosynthetics. Their rise in growth during the past 35 years has been nothing short of extraordinary. They are indeed textiles in the traditional sense, but they consist of synthetic fibers rather than natural ones such as cotton, wool, or silk. Thus bio degradation and subsequent short lifetime is not a problem.
These synthetic fibers are made into flexible, porous fabrics by standard weaving machinery or are matted together in a random non woven manner. Some are also knitted. The major point is that Geotextiles are porous to liquid flow across their manufactured plane and also within their thickness, but to a widely varying degree.