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SKAPS GT-110 is a needle-punched nonwoven geotextile made of 100% polypropylene staple fibers, which are formed into a random network for dimensional stability. SKAPS GT-110 resists ultraviolet deterioration, rotting, biological degradation, naturally encountered basics and acids. Polypropylene is stable within a pH range of 2 to 13. SKAPS GT-110 conforms to the physical values listed below. This data sheet for SKAPS GT-110 is provided for comparison purposes only.

SKAPS GT-110 Test Results
Property Test Method English Metric
Weight - TypicalASTM D-526110 oz/sy339 N
Tensile StrengthASTM D-4632250 lbs1,110 N
Elongation @ BreakASTM D-463250%50%
CBR PunctureASTM D-6241700 lbs3,110 N
Trapezoidal TearASTM D-4533100 lbs444 N
Apparent Opening SizeASTM D-4751100 US Sieve.150 mm
PermittivityASTM D-44911.20 Sec-11.20 Sec-1
Water Flow RateASTM D-449180 g/min/sf3,251 l/min/sm
UV Resistance @ 500 HoursASTM D-435570%70%

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