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Nonwoven Geotextiles
A full range of non-woven needlepunched and thermally bonded geotextiles with widths up to 5.9m, manufactured from 100% virgin polypropylene (PP) polymer.
All our geotextiles are UV stabilized with excellent resistance to acids and alkalis. Geotextiles are used in transportation, environmental, hydraulic and civil engineering applications, performing major functions in filtration, drainage, separation, reinforcement and liner protection. Standard products range from 80g/m² to 1200g/m².

Woven Geotextiles
Strong, durable woven polypropylene slit film geotextiles have extremely high strength to mass ratios at low elongation. Widths up to 5.3m. Polypropylene is highly resistant to a wide variety of chemicals and extreme pH environments and the polymer is treated with additives for extended life even when exposed to UV light. Slit film wovens are the most widely used geotextiles because of their application versatility, high strength and construction survivability/durability at the lowest cost.

High-Strength Woven Geotextiles
Our high strength polyester wovens have a very high tensile strength of up to 600kN/m. Their high strength and low stretch characteristics make them ideal for demanding applications such as ground reinforcement and construction of very steep or even vertical slopes.

Roofing Geotextiles
RoofMatt NPS is engineered with enhanced UV resistance and protects the thermal insulation products in roofing systems. Along with the superior weather resistant quality, this water permeable fabric is strong enough to withstand the normal foot traffic.

Stress Absorbing Membrane Interlayer (SAMI)
Manufactured from 100% virgin polypropylene, our Geotextile performs as a Stress Absorbing Membrane Interlayer when installed on a bituminous tack coat.

Geotextiles Project References in East Africa

Road maintenance remains a challenge in developing countries. A trial in Kenya using GEA’s paving geotextiles in road rehabilitation is a game changer…

Geotextiles made it possible to build a container terminal & heavily trafficked areas on extremely soft subsoils for a CFS in Kenya…

Preventing coastal erosion using engineered nonwoven geotextiles for filtration, erosion control and scour protection at Mombasa Port quaysides…

One of the challenges of developing wind farms is access; soil reinforcement with Secugrid builds access road to transport blades to wind farm in Kenya…

Beach restoration project using geotextile sand-filled Trapbags for coastal erosion protection for a hotel property in Watamu, Kenya…

Construction of critical drainage systems, riprap on upstream slopes using geotextiles for filtration, separation and drainage at Kenya’s Thiba Dam site…