Geogrids

    1. Biaxial Plastic GeogridThe biaxial plastic geogrid is made from polymer and nano-scale carbon black by extrusion method. The grid mesh size is uniform. This geosynthetic material shows great tensile strength along both transverse and longitudinal directions.
    1. Reinforced GeogridThe reinforced geogrid is made of steel-plastic straps by innovative technology. It has coarse pattern on the surface and can withstand enormous stress and friction with earth fills. In soil reinforcement, the geocomposite limits side extrusion and uplift of foundation soil, as well as the lateral displacement of roadbed.
    1. PP Geogrid for Coal MineThe coal mine geogrid is excellent in overall performance. Being characterized by strong bearing capacity, it will not be unraveled by heavy load shock, resulting in net bags. In addition, the mining geogrid has good flame retardant and antistatic properties, as well as advantages of being resistant to alkali corrosion and aging.
    1. Steel-Plastic Composite Geogrid

      This high strength geogrid has excellent anti-flame, anti-rust, anti-corrosion and anti-static properties. In addition, the elongation of mesh belt is small, and the force is evenly distributed ...

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    1. Fiber-glass GeogridThe fiber-glass geogrid has high strength, low elongation, light weight, good resistance to high temperature and corrosion. This pavement mesh serves as a reinforcement material for the road surface, dispersing road stress and preventing fatigue crack, thermal crack and reflective crack.
    1. Polyester GeogridThe polyester geogrid is a new high-quality reinforcement material made from PET fiber by warp knitting after special impregnation treatment. In applications, the PET geogrid shows great affinity with soil or gravel, and plays a significant role in enhancing soil shear strength, integrity and bearing capability.

Geogrids are a quick growing segment within geosynthetics area. Different from the woven, nonwoven or knitted textile fabric, geogrids are polymers formed into a very open, gridlike configuration. They have large apertures between individual ribs in both transverse and longitudinal directions. Technically, they are suitable for many specific applications. But in practice, they function almost exclusively as reinforcement materials.