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Geotextile Bag GTB (Geobag)

Standard Geotextile Bag (Geobag)

FabriFlex Geotextile Bag (GTB), also known as Geobag, Woven / Non-Woven Geobag, is crafted from various types of geotextile to create pillow-like containers for diverse hydraulic applications. On-site available fill like sand can be used, eliminating the need for imported material. Other fill options, such as grout, are also viable. Our Geobags can be tailored with different geotextile types to accommodate various site and exposure conditions.

Typically employed to thwart erosion from hydraulic forces in inland waterways or coastal and offshore structures, Geotextile bags, as one of the best geosynthetic products, offer a proven alternative to hard materials like rock, concrete, and steel.

  • Riverbank erosion control
  • Coastal protection
  • Structure scour protection
  • Berth protection
  • Canal protection
  • Landscaping
Sealing, Erosion Control, Containment, Protection

Factory Controlled Quality

FabriFlex geotextile bags undergone extensive quality control. Ensuring the quality of each component.

Increase Durability

Our geotextile bags can be manufactured with coarse fibres used as surface material to increase the service life.

High Flexibility

FabriFlex GTB geotextile bags are highly flexible, able to conform to deformation without jeopardizing the system. 

Fast Installation

Only needs minimal machineries and manpower. Filling and seaming the bags is easy and can be done on-site. 

Highly Versatile

FabriFlex geobags customisable bag’s component suites different site’s requirements. It has  versatile arrangement.   

Environment Friendly

FabriFlex GTB geotextile bags are soft engineering method, it allows vegetation to grow on top.


What is Geotextile Bag (Geobag)?

Geotextile bags, also known as geobags or geotextile sand containers, are versatile and cost-effective solutions for a variety of civil engineering and environmental applications. These large, permeable bags, typically made of woven or nonwoven geotextile fabric, are filled with sand, soil, or other granular materials. Their versatility stems from their ability to be stacked or arranged to form barriers for erosion control, dewater sludge and slurry, create new land through reclamation, and even restore habitats for various wildlife.

Geotextile bags (Geobag) are easy to transport and install, reusable, and environmentally friendly due to their recycled material composition and minimal environmental impact. Their adaptability has led to various alternative names, including geocontainers, geotubes, soil bags, sandbags, and nonwoven/woven geo bags.

How does the lifespan of geobags compare to traditional erosion control structures?

The lifespan of Geobags generally compares favorably to traditional erosion control structures, though it can vary based on materials and environmental conditions. Geobags made from high-quality geotextiles can last 20-25 years or more, depending on site conditions and maintenance. While traditional structures like concrete and steel can last longer, Geobags offer significant advantages in flexibility, ease of installation, and environmental friendliness. They require minimal machinery and manpower, and their ability to conform to site conditions without compromising effectiveness makes them a durable and cost-effective alternative.

For more information:

Geobags: A Sustainable Solution for Environmental Protection

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