Geotextile bag is a bag-like structure made of geotextile material, which is often used in various civil engineering and environmental engineering.

What are the functions of geotextile bags?

Prevent soil erosion: Geotextile bags can be used to resist the erosion of water or waves, reduce soil erosion and overflow, and protect the stability and integrity of the soil. It is widely used in river courses, embankments, coastlines, embankments, slope protection and other projects to prevent soil erosion.

Increase the anti-sliding stability of the soil: Geotextile bags can be used to increase the anti-sliding stability of soil slopes, mounds or slopes. By filling the geotextile bag and fixing it on the ground to form a wall structure, the anti-sliding ability of the soil can be effectively increased, and unstable accidents such as landslides and collapses on the slope can be prevented.

Filtration and fixation of sediment: Geotextile bags can be used for filtration and fixation of sediment. It filters out solid particles as water flows through it, preventing soil and impurities from being washed away and holding them in the bag. This is especially useful in soil and water conservation and river management projects, which can improve water quality and protect water resources and ecological environment.

Strengthening the soil: Geotextile bags can be used to enhance the mechanical properties of the soil. After filling the geotextile bag, it forms a reinforced structure that is closely combined with the soil, which can increase the tensile strength, shear strength and stability of the soil, and is used in roadbed, soft foundation treatment, foundation reinforcement and other projects.

Slope protection and greening: Geotextile bags can also be used for slope protection and greening projects. By stacking and fixing the geotextile bags, a slope protection layer is formed, which can prevent slope erosion, soil loss, and provide support and protection for the growth of vegetation.