Geo-textiles are made of pure coir, drawn from the husk of the coconut without adding any synthetic material, and are a 100% natural product.

It is used as a Blanket to prevent soil erosion, accelerates growth of vegetation on banks and slopes. The distinctive feature compared to conventional geo textiles is that it is used for soil stabilization, reinforcement, and landscaping and erosion control.

Coir fiber is naturally resistant to rot, molds and moisture, it needs no chemical treatment. Hard and strong, it can be spun and woven into matting. They also have the right strength and durability to protect the slopes from erosion, while allowing vegetation to flourish. They can dissipate the energy of flowing water and absorb the excess solar radiation.

Geotextiles have been used for thousands of years. Geotextiles were used in roadway construction in the days of the Pharaohs to stabilize roadways and their edges. A geotextile is defined as any permeable textile material that is used with foundation, soil, rock, earth, etc to increase stability and decrease wind and water erosion. A geotextile is designed to be permeable to allow the flow of fluids through it or in it, and a geo membrane is designed to restrict the fluid flow.


  • 100% Natural Fiber, Biodegradable and environmental friendly
  • Temporary soil covering until re-vegetation starts
  • Variable sizes
  • Shield against wind or water erosion
  • Can be laid on high gradients
  • Re-enforce soil
  • High Tensile strength
  • Stopper of composed material, seeds & seed links
  • Eco Friendly
  • Enhance water draining
  • Can absorb water, allowing re-vegetation in low rain areas
  • Improve quality of soil
  • Easy to install / Maintain / Path-up


Type Weight (grm/Sq Mtr) Mesh Size (cm) Yarn Width (mm) Roll Size-Mtr No Of Rolls for 40′ Total Area (Sq Mtr)
1 400 2.5 6 50 x 4 190 38000
2 700 2 6 50 x 2 280 28000
3 900 1 6 25 x 4 100 21800

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