State of Oklahoma

Department of Transportation Specifications

December, 2011

OKLADOT

Oklahoma DOT geotextile specifications are based on AASHTO M 288. The 2009 Specifications read: “The approval criterion for geotextiles is based on AASHTO M-288 Specification for Geotextiles and the NTPEP Report.” Below are our geotextile products that meet the Oklahoma DOT geotextile specification, listed by their application.

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SPECIFICATION APPLICATION NON WOVEN WOVEN GRID
Section 712.01 Fabric Reinforcement for Asphalt Concrete Pavement
GEO-100P
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Section 712.02 Filter Fabric For Erosion Control
GEO-6.0-160NW
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Section 712.02 Filter Fabric For Erosion Control
GEO-7.0-205NW
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Section 712.03 Geotextiles for Subsurface Drainage Purposes GEO-6.0-160NW -- --
Section 712.03 Geotextiles for Subsurface Drainage Purposes GEO-7.0-205NW -- --
Section 712.04 Filter Fabric for use with Riprap GEO-6.0-160NW -- --
Section 712.04 Filter Fabric for use with Riprap GEO-7.0-205NW -- --
Section 712.05 Separator Fabric for Bases GEO-6.0-160NW -- --
Section 712-1 Geogrid Type 1 -- -- GeoGrid 11
Section 712-1 Geogrid Type 2 -- -- GeoGrid 12

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NOTES:
• The above information is to be used only as a guide.
• Products on the above list can change without notice.
• All products listed appear on the Oklahoma DOT APL.

Areas Served:
We are proud to serve the geotextile needs of the State of NOklahoma, including: Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, Lawton, Edmond, Moore, Midwest City, Enid, Stillwater, Muskogee, Bartlesville, Shawnee, Owasso, Ponca City, Ardmore, Duncan, Yukon, Del City, Bixby, Sapulpa, Altus, Bethany, Sand Springs, Claremore, McAlester, Mustang, Jenks, Ada, El Reno, Chickasha, Durant, Tahlequah, Miami, Okmulgee, Woodward, Elk City, Guymon, Choctaw, Weatherford, Glenpool, Warr Acres, Guthrie and all other areas of Oklahoma.