The woven geotextile is made of polypropylene and polyethylene flat yarn. It is woven by two sets of parallel yarns (its shape is flat). One group is called warp yarn along the longitudinal direction of the loom (the direction in which the fabric travels), and the other group is called weft yarn along the transverse direction of the loom.
The warp yarn and weft yarn are interwoven into cloth by different weaving equipments and processes, which can be woven into different thicknesses and densities according to different application ranges.
Generally, the woven geotextiles are thinner and have relatively strong tensile strength (longitude is greater than latitude) in both vertical and horizontal directions. It has good stability.