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Is used: Oil and gas industry, road construction, civil construction, railway construction

PLASTIC GEOTECHNICAL GRID

GEOTECHNICAL GRID (GEOGRID) is a 3D cellular structure (module) which is made of polyethylene bands joint together with stagger joints.

GEOGRIDS are designed to reinforce the slopes and weak foundations in transportation, hydrotechnical and other construction fields.

  1. OR geogrids are mostly used in the structures designed to reinforce slopes.
  2. AR geogrids are mostly used to reinforce weak foundations and to provide multi-layer reinforcements for steep slopes and to build retaining walls.
  3. Upon agreement with the user, other types and dimensions of the geogrids are allowed.

General view of a geogrid in the working (pulled-up) position

GEOGRID TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Geogrid
type
Height, mm Length, mm
folded/pulled
Width, mm
folded/pulled
Cell width, mm
folded/pulled
Fin thickness, mm,
minimum
Mass, kg
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 50   81/6120   3400/2430 330/200   1.35 13
2 100 330/200 20
3 100 680/400 15
1 100   330/200 25
2 150 38
3 200 50
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