State of Texas

Department of Transportation Specifications

December, 2011


Texas DOT geotextile specifications are very basic. They have a Type 1 (4.5 oz) and Type 2 (8 oz) nonwoven geotextile filter fabric and an underseal fabric. Texas DOT also has a standard specification for base stabilization geogrids. Below are our geotextile products meeting Texas DOT standard specifications, listed by their application (Click on the red product name for a data sheet):

Section DMS 6200 Filter Fabric Type 1
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Section DMS 6200 Filter Fabric Type 2
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Section DMS 6220 Fabric for Underseal
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Section DMS 6270 Biaxial Geogrid -- -- -- BaseGrid 11
Section DMS 6270 Biaxial Geogrid -- -- -- BaseGrid 12

More resources may be found on the web:

State QPL information:

• The above information is to be used only as a guide.
• Products on the above list can change without notice.

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