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Geotextiles for Airports

Propex offers a full line of woven and nonwoven geotextiles to help build and rebuild key infrastructure including roads, bridges, railways, and airports.

Using geotextiles in roadway construction has the potential to save $2 billion annually! Plus geotextiles can double the service life of roads, dramatically reduce maintenance costs and minimize a project’s overall carbon footprint.

A Full Line of Geosynthetic Solutions

Propex continuously invests in engineering innovative technologies. Our geotextiles are manufactured in Ringgold, GA and shipped to customers in more than 85 countries across the globe. Encompassing more than 807,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing and distribution space, our plant boasts the industry’s largest geosynthetic capacity under one roof.

Features & Benefits

  • Breaks bond between CTS and concrete pavement, reducing stress in concrete and improving performance
  • Separates aggregate from soil, extending road life and reducing maintenance costs
  • Easy to install, saving on time and labor costs
  • AASHTO/NTPEP Certified
  • Resists biological and chemical environments normally found in soils
  • Available in a variety of styles to fit specific project needs

PETROTAC™ Self-Adhesive Paving Membrane

PETROTAC® is a self-adhesive paving membrane geotextile designed to protect pavements from moisture damage by providing a stress absorbing interlayer to decrease the development of cracking over time. It is used to treat local pavement distress, including joints and cracks, and can also be used as a moisture barrier on bridge decks.


  • Airport pavements
  • Local pavement distress
  • Moderate joints and cracks
  • Highways and parking areas
  • Bridge Decks

Features & Benefits

  • Peel-and-stick application makes installation fast and easy
  • Protects pavements and localized failures against moisture
  • Protects against reflective cracking
  • Small rolls make it easy to handle and install
  • Reduces the cost of bridge waterproofing
  • Lowers the cost of pavements

GEOTEX® Ultra Flow (UF) Geotextiles

GEOTEX® UF geotextiles are made to withstand ultra-high water flows while providing high tensile strength and low elongation. The water flow and aggregate confinement, as well as high modulus provided by the GEOTEX UF Product series are key attributes that enhance roadway performance and improve design life.

Its intense durability withstands the toughest construction loading and installation stresses. It is available in a variety of styles to fit your specific needs and specifications.

Features & Benefits

  • Durability to resist moderate to severe installation stresses
  • High tensile modulus and improved base course confinement
  • Greater load distribution capability
  • Superior hydraulic properties for greater filtration capabilities


  • Runway and Railway Construction
  • Base Course Reinforcement
  • Road Base Subgrade Separation and Stabilization
  • Embankment Stabilization
  • Reinforcement for Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Structures
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