Our High-Performance Series of Woven Polypropylene Geotextiles are most frequently specified to perform at least one of the following functions:
The Carthage Mills' FX®–MF High-Performance Series of woven polypropylene geotextiles were developed to deliver the higher strengths and long-term performance that cannot be achieved by typical woven slit-film geotextiles.
The FX®–MF High-Performance Series of woven polypropylene geotextiles are produced of 100% high-tenacity polypropylene yarns. Utilizing a variety of unique weave patterns, they are designed for separation, stabilization and reinforcement, while still providing excellent filtration and drainage in a wide range of applications from moderate to severe site conditions.
Whether the emphasis is on filtration, high tensile properties, and/or long-term performance, these versatile and durable geotextiles can provide quick and easy solutions to other costly alternatives.
Carthage Mills' FX® High-Performance Series of woven polypropylene geotextiles are designed to provide cost-saving solutions in a wide range of applications and varying site conditions, making them one of the most complete and versatile lines of geosynthetics in the industry.
The combination of strengths, durability and filtration/flow characteristics make the Carthage FX®–MF Series High-Performance Series of woven geotextiles uniquely versatile in their ability to deliver in:
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Note: There are additional products in this Series that do not appear on the back of this Profile Sheet; see "Product Technical Data Sheets" below.
The products below do not appear on the back of the "Product Series Profile" or the "Series Data Sheet":
FX-200MF meets or exceeds the minimum requirements for several Applications of the AASHTO: M 288-15 Geotextile Specification for Highway Applications; see the:
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