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  • 140N Non-Woven Geotextile Fabric

    140N is comprised of polypropylene staple fibers. It provides excellent physical and hydraulic properties in addition to high tensile strengths.
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  • 140NL Non-Woven Geotextile Fabric

    140NL is comprised of polypropylene staple fibers. It provides excellent physical and hydraulic properties in addition to high tensile strengths.
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  • 160N Non-Woven Geotextile Fabric

    160N is comprised of polypropylene staple fibers. It provides excellent physical and hydraulic properties in addition to high tensile strengths.
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  • 180N Non-Woven Geotextile Fabric

    180N is comprised of polypropylene staple fibers. It provides excellent physical and hydraulic properties in addition to high tensile strengths.
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  • 500X Woven Geotextile Fabric

    Mirafi 500X should be used over good to moderate subgrades for separation and confinement of base materials. 500X is comprised of UV stabilized polypropylene slit film providing excellent puncture and tear resistant properties in addition to high tensile strengths.

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  • 600X Woven Geotextile Fabric

    Mirafi 600X is used for separation and stabilization over very weak subgrades.
    600X is comprised of UV stabilized polypropylene slit film providing excellent puncture and tear resistant properties in addition to high tensile strengths.
    600X meets AASHTO M288-96 Specifications for Stabilization and Separation – Class 1
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  • FW404 Woven Geotextile Fabric

    FW404 is comprised of highly UV stabilized monofilament and multifilament yarn construction. It has high strengths for durability and survivability and high percent open area for long-term clogging resistance and high flow rates.
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  • FW700 Woven Geotextile Fabric

    FW404 is comprised of highly UV stabilized monofilament and multifilament yarn construction. It has high strengths for durability and survivability and high percent open area for long-term clogging resistance and high flow rates.
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  • Geoblock Porous Pavement System

    The Geoblock system is a series of interlocking, high-strength blocks made from recycled plastic materials. They have been used for fire access lanes, hiking trails, parking areas, and golf cart paths. They are made with the strength and durability to handle H-20 loading and heavy fire truck access.

     

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