Geo fabric are also geotextiles. In terms of production methods, it is divided into woven geotextiles and non-woven geotextiles. Such as: filament woven geotextiles, plastic flat wire woven geotextiles, cracked film silk woven geotextiles. Staple fiber needle-punched geotextiles, filament spunbond needle punched geotextiles. In terms of material, it is divided into polyester geotextile and polypropylene geotextile.

Geotextiles have the functions of protection, isolation, filtration, reinforcement and drainage in engineering. Geotextiles are generally used in transportation, water conservancy, environmental protection, breeding and planting.

Haoyang Environmental Co., Ltd. (Haoyang), founded in June 2008, stands as a distinguished geotextiles manufacturer and supplier , specializing in the production of geo fabrics, which are a vital component within the broader category of geotextiles. Situated in the National High-Tech Industrial Development Zone of Yucheng, Dezhou, Shandong Province, China, our company has consistently strived for excellence in delivering innovative solutions to meet the diverse needs of the geotechnical and environmental industries.


  • Factors to consider include soil properties, site conditions, drainage requirements, design specifications, environmental considerations, regulatory requirements, durability, installation methods, and cost-effectiveness.

  • Geofabric, also known as geosynthetic fabric or woven geotextile, is a type of geosynthetic material made from synthetic fibers such as polypropylene or polyester. It is manufactured using a weaving process where the fibers are interlaced to create a strong, durable fabric with uniform openings. Geofabric is commonly used in civil engineering and construction projects for various applications, including soil stabilization, erosion control, drainage systems, filtration, and reinforcement of embankments.

  • Geofabric and geotextile are typically installed by trained professionals according to project specifications. Installation methods may include placement, anchoring, stitching, or welding, depending on the application and site conditions.

  • Both geofabric and geotextile are used for soil stabilization, erosion control, drainage systems, filtration, reinforcement of embankments, road construction, landscaping, and environmental protection projects.

  • Geofabric and geotextile are often used interchangeably, but geofabric typically refers to a woven fabric made from synthetic materials such as polypropylene or polyester, while geotextile can refer to both woven and non-woven fabrics used in geotechnical and civil engineering applications.