Woven geotextile fabrics

Geo-fabrics are geotextiles with regularly perpendicular intersecting yarns or threads. They are used when high tensile strength are required. With static loading, they are also as a filter.



STABBUDTEX is a geotextile produced by weaving (sometimes by warp knitting) of high modulus polyester yarns, which allow to achieve tensile strength 2000 kN/m at very low elongation. Maximum width of the fabric – up to 5.1 m.


  • for construction of embankments on soft soils;
  • in hydraulic engineering for construction of dams, wave breakers and quays;
  • for reinforcement of steep slopes and channels;
  • for construction of support structures or slopes with high steepness;
  • for reinforcement of soils with low bearing capacity.