High-strength Biaxial plastic geogrid for road base and sub-base stabilization.
Geogrids are being manufactured from polypropylene raw materials: They are polymer-coated for high UV stability and low installation damage. We can produce products of higher tensile strength or other special applications if possible on request.
Reduced lateral spreading of the base course
Increased confinement leading to stiffer base
Reduced asphalt fatigue
Overall, roads and railways designed with geogrids can see increased load-bearing capacity, longer service life, and reduced section thickness.
2.Fast and an all-weather installation solution
construction of cost-effective
Solutions for slope protection
3.Ability to reinforce any soil type
Low creep under constant load
Easy to install
High pull out resistance
Excellent survivability to construction stresses
Excellent soil-to-soil and aggregate-to-aggregate contact through large grid openings.
4.High tensile strength, low elongation, small creep property, good resilience, high res
Biaxial geogrids are designed to have roughly the same tensile strength in both directions and to distribute loads over a wider area, increasing the load capacity of the soil. Base reinforcing geogrids interlock with the aggregate to confine the base and reinforce the subgrade. In paved or unpaved applications, they reduce rutting and help maintain the desired aggregate depth.
Uniaxial Geogrids are used to help soils stand at virtually any desired angle; from 0 to 90 degrees. Geogrids can be combined with a wide variety of facing elements in retaining wall and slope applications to produce the desired structure.
Biaxial Geogrids improve the structural integrity of roads and railways and Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Walls and Slopes by confining and distributing load forces. Made from polymer and nanoscale carbon black by extrusion technology.
Q: How does a geogrid work?
A: Biaxial geogrids have been utilized in pavement construction and soil stabilization projects throughout the US and worldwide. Biaxial Geogrid is Strata’s innovative geogrid that is made from extruded polypropylene which provides superior stiffness, aperture stability, and interlock capabilities for structural reinforcement of paved and unpaved roads.
Q: When should you use geogrid?
A: Stabilization of sub-grades
Soft soils under embankments
Paving overlay reinforcement
Q: How do you install geogrid fabric?
A: These geogrids are also highly resistant to installation damage as well as long-term chemical or biological degradation. Uniaxial Geogrids have shown no degradation in soils with pH levels measuring as high as 12 and can be used in both dry and wet environments. Given the inert properties of HDPE resins, they can be designed for use with a variety of backfill materials, including on-site soils and recycled concrete.
Q: What is the strongest type of retaining wall?
A: Plastic geogrid
Q: What is the cheapest retaining wall to build?
A: Plastic geogrid
Q: What is the easiest retaining wall to build?
Q: What are examples of nonwoven fabrics?
A: Road construction, Slope protection, landfill project, mining project, agriculture
Q: What is the difference between woven and nonwoven geotextile?
A: The production process and technical datasheet is different
Q: Is geotextile fabric the same as landscape fabric?
A: Non-woven geotextile use for landscape fabric.