Woven Geotextile

Woven geotextile fabrics are woven polypropylene materials designed for performance in stabilization applications. Landscape Depot’s woven geotextiles are made from first quality raw materials and provide a balance of strength and separation. Landscape Depot, Inc. offers several options capable of providing excellent functionality in a wide range of stabilization, separation, and filtration applications. Woven geotextiles are offered in two forms: slit-films which are made by weaving flat strands created by first slitting a plastic sheet; and monofilaments, which incorporate round strands that are extruded.

Non-Woven Geotextile

Non-woven geotextiles are needle-punched and made of 100% polypropylene staple fibers, which are formed into a random network for dimensional stability and resemble felt and provide planar water flow. They are commonly known as filter fabrics, although woven monofilament geotextiles can also be referred to as filter fabrics. Typical applications for non-woven geotextiles include aggregate drains, asphalt pavement overlays and erosion control


Tenax Geogrids are constructed of high tenacity polyester yarns and coated with polyvinyl chloride. The open mesh structure allows superior interlocking with the surrounding soil. TerraGrid’s high resistance to elongation makes it an ideal material for stabilizing bases, retaining wall, slopes


Tenweb geocells are innovative honeycomb-shaped structures. The structure’s junctions have a central opening through which water can pass so that effectively, all of the cells are hydraulically interconnected ensuring that organic material receives moisture for rapid growth. Tenweb is ideal for erosion control where the ground on slopes is dry and rocky due to lack of organic material. Under these conditions, Tenweb provides an adequate depth of soil to allow for growth of vegetation. Tensars Tenweb geocell system and the appropriate fill material can solve a variety of engineering and construction challenges.

Gabions & Reno Mattresses

Gabions are double twisted hexagonal woven galvanized steel wire mesh compartmented baskets with a rectangular box shape. The compartments are of equal size and dimension and are formed by internal diaphragms being placed within the basket. The compartments are filled with natural stone and the diaphragms minimize stone migration within the basket providing even distribution of the stone fill throughout the basket even after structural movement.

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