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US 315

Woven Geotextile

NTPEP APPROVED - GTX-2016-01-089. A woven geotextile fabric made of 100% polypropylene slit film yarns. US 315 resists ultraviolet and biological deterioration, rotting, naturally encountered basics and acids. Polypropylene is stable within a pH range of 2 to 13. US 315 will satisfy the requirements as outlined in AASHTO M-288-06 for Class 1 Stabilization & Separation applications and meets the following M.A.R.V. values except where noted:

US 315
US 315 Test Results
Property Test Method English Metric
Weight - TypicalASTM D-52616.0 oz/sy204 g/sm
Tensile StrengthASTM D-4632315 lbs1,402 N
Elongation @ BreakASTM D-463215%15%
Mullen Burst*ASTM D-3786*600 psi4,136 kPa
Puncture Strength*ASTM D-4833*120 lbs533 N
CBR PunctureASTM D-62411,000 lbs4,450 N
Trapezoidal TearASTM D-4533120 lbs533 N
Apparent Opening SizeASTM D-475140 US Sieve0.425 mm
PermittivityASTM D-44910.05 Sec-10.05 Sec-1
Water Flow RateASTM D-44914 g/min/sf163 l/min/sm
UV Resistance @ 500 HoursASTM D-435570%70%
US 315 Shipping & Packaging
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Roll Diameter 12.0 in
Roll Width 12.5'
Roll Weight 230 lbs
Rolls per Trailer 200
Roll Diameter 12.0 in
Roll Width 15'
Roll Weight 230 lbs
Rolls per Trailer 200
Roll Diameter 12.0 in
Roll Width 17.5'
Roll Weight 230 lbs
Rolls per Trailer 190
AASHTO Separation Class 1
AASHTO Stabilization Class 1
Medium Weight Separation No copy
 

* Historical averages (current values not available): Mullen Burst Strength ASTM D3786 is no longer recognized by ASTM D-35 on Geosynthetics as an acceptable test method. Puncture Strength ASTM D4833 is not recognized by AASHTO M288 and has been replaced with CBR Puncture ASTM D6241.

This information is provided for reference only and is not intended as a warranty or guarantee. US Fabrics assumes no liability in connection with the use of this information (1/2018).