|Usage/Application||Stabilization,Soil Erosion Control,Sub Grade,Road and Highway,Embankment|
|Advantages||100% Biodegradable,Reduces moisture loss,Already seed inside it,No Need to used seed again|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Jute Geotextiles consisting of a core of natural organic material enclosed between two polymer containment nets for erosion control applications. Straw/coconut fibre: Mats consisting of a core of natural organic material such as straw, coconut fibre etc - if necessary, ready seeded - enclosed and fixed by stitching longitudinally between two light sensitive polymer containment nets for erosion control applications.
Jute is a Geotextile fibre, which when converted into fabric possesses many of the desired properties required for geotechnical engineering works and termed as Jute Geotextile. Use of synthetic Geotextiles made up of polymeric materials like polypropylene, polyester etc, to address soil related problems in civil engineering is a well tried and accepted concept all over the world. Application of Jute Geotextiles (JGT) in this field, however, is a recent phenomenon. Natural fibres of jute can be processed as fine yarns which, in turn, can either be woven into permeable and drapable fabrics by appropriate weaving machineries (woven fabric) or can be matted together in a random manner (non-woven fabric).
|Application||Agri-Horticulture & Forestry|
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