Geotextile, also known as geotextile fabric, is a permeable geosynthetic material made of synthetic fibers by needling or weaving. Geotextile is one of the new material geosynthetics, the finished product is cloth-like, generally 4-6 meters in width and 50-100 meters in length. Geotextiles are divided into woven geotextiles and non-woven filament geotextiles.

Huisen geotextiles have the following characteristics:


Geomembrane is a kind of waterproof and barrier type material with polymer as the basic raw material. It is made of plastic film as an impermeable base material and compounded with non-woven fabric. Geomembranes are mainly divided into low density polyethylene (LDPE) geomembranes, high density polyethylene (HDPE) geomembranes and EVA geomembranes. The impermeability of new material geomembranes depends mainly on the impermeability of plastic films.

Geosynthetic manufacturers

Geosynthetic Clay Liner

Geosynthetic clay liners (GCLs) are high-performance geosynthetic materials that can be used as an alternative to traditional compacted clay liners.GCLs consist of two layers of geotextile sewn together, enclosing a layer of treated sodium-based bentonite. Bentonite is a natural sealant that, when in contact with water, swells to form a low permeability clay liner. Geosynthetic clay liners provide durable resistance to physical and chemical decomposition in harsh environments, such as landfills and other sealing systems.

Composite Drainage Net

Composite drainage network (also known as three-dimensional geotechnical drainage board, tunnel discharge water board, discharge water board) consists of a three-dimensional structure of plastic mesh bonded on both sides with a permeable geotextile, which can replace the traditional sand and gravel layer and is mainly used for the drainage of landfills, roadbeds and tunnel interiors.

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