Fabriform fabric formed concrete is the result of pumping a highly fluid concrete mix into specially woven fabric "envelopes." This method of erosion control allows for fast, economical construction of revetments, landfill containment systems, holding ponds, bridge scour repair, bridge or dock piling reinforcement and countless other applications.
This innovative technique utilizes fabric woven of high tenacity nylon yarn into a variety of forms including mats, pile jackets and bags. At the work site, the custom-made forms are positioned and sewn together with hand-held sewing machines. They are then pumped with fine aggregate concrete and allowed to cure.