The woven fabric is made of polypropylene and polypropylene-polypropylene flat yarn. It consists of two sets of parallel yarns (the shape is flat thread). One set is called warp yarn along the longitudinal direction of the loom (the direction in which the fabric travels), and the other set. The lateral arrangement is called a weft yarn. The warp yarn and the weft yarn are interwoven into a cloth shape by different knitting equipment and processes, and can be woven into different thicknesses and compactness according to different use ranges. Generally, the woven geotextile has a relatively strong tensile strength in both thin and vertical directions. Strength (longitude is greater than latitude), with good stability. Maintains sufficient strength and elongation in both dry and wet conditions. Woven fabrics are also known as woven geotextiles and woven geotextiles.