Landscape Fabric Specifications
- Tough spunbonded polypropylene fabric separates subgrade from aggregate base. Porous fabric lets water drain through, keeps soil
- The ideal soil-separating nonwoven fabric for all construction uses.
- No matter what your needs, Typar offers a fast, economical and proven alternative to more traditional and expensive
- As rugged separation layers, geotextiles provide stability and strength by virtually stopping the aggregate and subgrade
intermixing that reduces the effective thickness of aggregate base layers, and consequently their load-bearing capability.
- Tough, durable Typar offers a number of benefits:
- Prevents aggregate from intermixing with subsoil
- Prevents ruts and cracks on roads and driveways
- Prevents soil piping and clogging for better drainage
- Prevents erosion
- Typical Nonwoven Geotextile Products' Physical Properties and Applications*
|Unit Weight (oz/sq yd)
|Grab Tensile (lbs)
|Elongation at Break (%)
|Modulus at 10% Elongation (lbs)
|Trap Tear (lbs)
|Mullen Burst Strength (psi)
|Puncture Strength (lbs)
||ASTM D-751 Modified
|A.O.S. (equiv. sieve) (mm)
|Flux (gal/sq ft/min)
|Permittivity (per sec)
|Coefficient of Permeability (x 10-2cm/sec)
- Packaging - Typar 3301
|Roll Length (linear yards)
|Roll Diameter (inches)
|Roll width (inches)
||Roll weight (lbs)
||Area (sq yd)
- *The facts stated and the recommendations made herein based on our research and research of others are offered free of charge
and are believed to be accurate. No guarantee of their accuracy is made, however, and the products discussed are distributed
without warranty, expressed or implied, and upon condition that recipients shall make their own tests to determine the suitability
of such products for their particular purposes. Likewise statements concerning the possible uses of our product are not intended
as a recommendation to use it in the infringement of any patent.
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