YUZET® | Woven Geotextiles

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Whats it used For:

Yuzet® woven geotextile fabric is a robust fabric widely used in drainage applications or areas where heavy traffic is passing, such as driveways, roads, garden soak away or drains.
Ground stabilisation, around drainage materials, under paved paths & roads ( prevents slabs rutting ), car parks and hard standing areas, cycle ways  and footpaths.
Once laid and fixed ( we recommend yuzet® fixing pegs ) yuzet ® geotextile fabric enhances the performance of granular layers and keeps each layer separated whilst providing filtration.
Geotextiles being installed to hard standing ground
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Typical uses for Yuzet® Geotextiles include

  • Ground stabilisation
  • Around drainage materials
  • Under paved paths & roads
    ( prevents slabs rutting )
  • Car Parks and hard standing areas
  • Cycle ways
  • Footpaths
Geotextiles covered with aggregate
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How to lay Geotextile Fabric

Yuzet® woven geotextile fabric is easily applied and very simple to lay.
Most of our landscapers / gardeners use the square metre measurement.
Measure the width of the area and length of the area you wish to cover.
Then multiply the length by the width , which will give you the square meter ( sqm2 ).

Geotextiles installed and aggregate compressed
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Installing Geotextiles

Once you’ve received your woven yuzet® geotextile fabric, follow these simple steps.
  • Roll the fabric over the construction area ( pre prepared )
  • Lay your chosen fabric on top of the prepared soil, if you need to overlap make sure you leave around 25cm.
  • Use yuzet® fixing pegs ( 150mm or 6" ) to hold down the fabric, particularly in windy conditions.
  • Cover with aggregate
  • Compress aggregate then Tarmacadam or leave as crushed aggregate
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