Polyester geotextile characterized by water permeability and filtration ability
Geotextile is a flat geosynthetic made of polyester (PES) or polypropylene (PP) fibers mechanically connected by stitching, stitching or thermally as a result of welding.
Polyester fibers are characterized by relatively high tensile strength and high melting point - the product is recommended for contact with bituminous mass.
An additional advantage is high resistance to light (UV rays). Geotextile does not contain toxic compounds and is harmless to man and the natural environment.