Geotextiles are permeable technical textiles made of synthetic fibers used in civil engineering, environmental and landscape architecture works to separate, filter, improve drainage, reinforce and distribute loads more evenly on soils and surfaces. They are permanent and insensitive to acids found in a natural state in soil which gives them a lifespan exceeding that of the works they protect.


Resistance Table for Various Fibers (PDF)


Product Selection Guide (PDF)


By concentrating exclusively on carding/needlepunch technology, Texel has developed complete mastery of production equipment specific to this non-woven fabric manufacturing method over the past 45 years. They are thus able to innovate in the use and transformation of different types of fibers thanks to their leading-edge understanding of the non-woven field, to the multiplicity of our equipment, and to the competence of their production teams.


Their advanced needling techniques enable us to manufacture non-woven fabrics in a very large range of weights, as light and airy as 70 g/m2 for medical applications to as dense and compact as 4,000 g/m2 for industrial applications such as high-density felts used during the cleaning stage in the production of metal spools.


In addition, they can assemble several layers - i.e. needle together from the top and/or from the bottom, several veils of different fibers, colors and/or densities depending on the desired functions of the end product. Our various finishing equipment can then add other properties to the fabric. They can also combine our film extrusion and coating capabilities with our capabilities in non-woven fabrics. Their manufacturing capabilities of needled non-woven fabrics are virtually unlimited.

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