Nearly exclusively, the raw substances from which geosynthetics are produced are polymeric. Polymers are materials of very high molecular weight and are found to have multifarious applications in modern society. The maximum common polymers used inside the manufacture of geotextiles are polypropylene and polyester. Polyamide (nylon) and polyethylene feature to a much smaller quantity. positive applications, in which heat resistance is wanted, hire glass fibres and yarns. nearly all the polyester used for textiles, which include geotextiles, is polyethylene terephthalate made with the resource of polymerising terephthalic acid and ethylene glycol. Polyester is a thermoplastic polymer made via soften spinning continuous filaments. Polyamides do no longer have the power, elastic modulus and occasional creep of polyester. Polyamides also are more prone to acid hydrolysis than polyesters despite the fact that resistance to acids is better. There are numerous sorts of polyethylene, all with distinct homes. The most typical usage of polyethylene in geotextiles is as a low softening point sheath surrounding a higher softening factor polypropylene middle in spun bonded, non-woven fabric.