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Geosynthetics Sector Solutions – Sustainable Solutions for Infrastructure

Our World Class Range of Geosynthetic Products

We are quick to adopt the latest technology in Geosynthetics Landscape providing innovative engineering solutions in the geosynthetics market. We strive to maintain the highest standards in our manufacturing and production processes and offer seamlessly integrated services.

Ocean Global is a multi-diversified solution-oriented leader in the industry of Geosynthetics & Engineerings.

Non Woven Geosynthetics Company India

Founded in 1998, Ocean Global is a family-owned business located in New Delhi, India. Through 21 years of growth, we have developed products that can be used worldwide for the development of our future, while still preserving the environment. We are the best non woven geosynthetics company India. We have geosynthetic engineering solutions that are versatile, robust, and adaptable to suit your project requirements. We have geosynthetic engineering solutions that are versatile, robust, and adaptable to suit your project requirements.

We are quick to adopt the latest technology providing innovative geosynthetics engineering solutions. We strive to maintain the highest standards in our manufacturing and production processes and offer seamlessly integrated services.
Ocean Global is a multi-diversified solution-oriented leader in the industry of Geosynthetics Engineering Solution.
All of this would not be possible of course, without the leadership of our founder Vijay Goel, who now oversees business operations as a managing director. Mr. Goel has won several awards for his guidance and expertise and has become renowned as a pioneer of the geosynthetics industry.

What are the Used & Functions of geosynthetics?

Geosynthetics in civil engineering have been effectively used to conduct a variety of functions that considerably contribute to the good performance of roadways. Separation, filtration, strengthening, stiffening, drainage, barrier, and protection are among the activities they provide. At least six notable roadway applications have exploited one or more of these numerous functions. Migration of reflective cracks in asphalt overlays, separation, stabilization of road bases, stabilization of road soft subgrades, and lateral drainage are some of the applications of geosynthetics in the construction of roads.
Geotextiles (woven and non-woven) and geogrids (biaxial and multiaxial) are the most frequent geosynthetic products used in roadway systems, however, erosion-control goods, geocells, geonets (or geocomposite drainage products), and geomembranes have also been employed in a variety of applications. These diverse geosynthetics can be utilized in a range of roadway applications to perform one or more specified functions

Separation

The geosynthetic maintains the integrity and functionality of two distinct materials when it is placed between them. It could include long-term stress reduction. Those employed to characterize the geosynthetic’s survivability during installation are key design parameters for this function.

Stiffening

The geosynthetic creates tensile forces in the soil-geosynthetic composite to control deformations. The stiffness of the soil-geosynthetic composite is one of the most important design properties to achieve this function.

Filtration

The geosynthetic allows fluids to flow over its plane while fine particles are retained on the upstream side. The geosynthetic permittivity (cross-plane hydraulic conductivity per unit thickness) and measurements of the geosynthetic pore-size distribution are important design properties for this function (e.g. apparent opening size).

Reinforcement

Tensile forces are generated by the geosynthetic to maintain or improve the stability of the soil geosynthetic composite. The geosynthetic tensile strength is an important design feature for carrying out this purpose.

Drainage

Within the plane of the geosynthetic’s structure, liquid (or gas) can flow. The geosynthetic transmissivity is a critical design characteristic for quantifying this function (in-plane hydraulic conductivity integrated over thickness).

Reinforcement

Tensile forces are generated by the geosynthetic to maintain or improve the stability of the soil geosynthetic composite. The geosynthetic tensile strength is an important design feature for carrying out this purpose.

Drainage

Within the plane of the geosynthetic’s structure, liquid (or gas) can flow. The geosynthetic transmissivity is a critical design characteristic for quantifying this function (in-plane hydraulic conductivity integrated over thickness).

Types of Geosynthetics

Geotextiles

Geotextiles are permeable polyester or polypropylene fabrics. They are the oldest and largest geosynthetics by volume, and they are employed in construction for erosion control, separation, drainage, soil stability, filtration, and reinforcing.
Woven fabrics, knitted fabrics, and non-woven fabrics are the three primary forms of geotextiles that support various applications. The majority of them are used in road construction. Geotextiles are employed in a variety of infrastructure projects, including landfills, pipelines, drainage structures, railways, and other civil projects.
In mountainous areas, nonwoven geotextiles are commonly employed in tunnel construction. Reduced maintenance costs and a longer life cycle for the infrastructure asset are two advantages of using geotextiles.

Geogrids

Geogrids are polymeric materials that are extruded, woven, or welded into open aperture products with varied strength, strain, and load-carrying capacity for soil reinforcing applications.

 Geogrids are made up of polymeric materials such as polyester, high-density polyethylene, and polypropylene. Geogrids are frequently used to support sub-bases or subsoils beneath roadways, retaining walls, and other buildings. Previously, geogrids were solely used to build retaining walls. Because of their ability to redistribute stress across a larger area, high holding capacity, high tensile strength, and eco-friendly nature, geogrids are now employed in a variety of other constructions such as dams and pavements.

They’re also used to stabilize the subgrade for embankment building in the railway and highway industries, as well as in the stabilization of soils with high water tables or low bearing strength, where establishing foundations to sustain huge loads is vital.

Geonets

Geonets, also known as Geospacers, have a similar structure to Geogrids. They’re made up of a net-like structure made up of a continuous parallel set of polymeric ribs at acute angles to one another. They’re made by fusing threads/bands or pressing thermoplastic polymers. Their primary purpose is in the drainage system, where they transport various types of fluids.

Foundation walls, landfills, methane highways, asphalt concrete pavements, and drainage and erosion management all use geonets. The drainage core allows fluids to flow freely in all directions, while the geotextiles act as a filter media, preventing the drainage core from being clogged. A geonet’s hardness features allow it to withstand a significant amount of load.

Geomembranes

Geomembranes are low-permeability polyethylene sheets with a thickness of 0.5-3mm that are commonly used as linings and covers for solid and liquid storage facilities. Geomembranes are very impermeable and control fluid movement. The material used to make the membranes determines their age and effectiveness. They can assist reduce contaminant diffusion due to their impermeability, which is very significant in waste management. Aside from pond/land/tunnel/canal lining, geomembranes are used in environmental, transportation, and oil and gas applications. Geomembranes, on the other hand, are more expensive than other geosynthetic products.

Geosynthetic Clay liners

Two layers of non-woven geotextiles are sandwiched between two layers of sodium bentonite powder in geosynthetic clay liners. The two layers of geotextiles are sewn together (needle-punched non-woven) to produce a precisely balanced mat with internal shear resistance.

 

When the sodium bentonite in the mat comes into touch with water, it puffs up and forms a waterproof mineral layer. Hydraulic barriers for water, leachate, other liquids, and even gases are created with geosynthetic clay liners. They’re also utilized as a replacement for geomembranes or compacted clay liners, or as part of a composite to improve the performance of more traditional liner materials.

Geosynthetic clay liners are commonly used in stormwater impoundments and wetlands, canals, roadway and civil construction, secondary containment, landfill liners, and landfill capping, and mines, among other applications.

Geocells

Geocells, also known as cellular confinement systems, are made of ultrasonically welded high-density polyethylene (HDPE) strips that may be expanded on-site to form a honeycomb pattern. The composite develops a rigid to semi-rigid structure after the cells are filled with compact non-cohesive soils that are limited within the cellular walls.

Geocells are known for their aging resistance, long durability, chemical resistance, and inherent flexibility. They’re utilized for channel protection, soil stabilization on level terrain and steep slopes, erosion management, and structural reinforcement for load support and earth retention in the construction industry.

In the enlargement of roadways, geocells provide a viable alternative for strengthening and resolving the water buildup and soil erosion problems.

Geofoams

Geofoams are blocks or slabs made from polystyrene foam that have been expanded to form a low-density network of closed, gas-filled cells. They are low in weight and can withstand harsh environments. They’re also employed as a filler material to relieve lateral pressures on retaining walls, as well as strains on underlying soils, foundations, and abutments. Geofoams are becoming increasingly popular due to their low cost and improved environmental sustainability, and demand is likely to increase shortly.

Geopipes

Geopipes are perforated or solid-walled polymeric pipes that are used for gas and liquid drainage. In other circumstances, a geotextile filter is wrapped around the pipe. They are mostly used to collect leachate and in cases of significant compressive loads. For landfill applications, geopipes are utilized to ease the collection and fast drainage of leachate to a sump and removal system.

Geocomposites

Geocomposites are geosynthetics created by combining two or more geosynthetics, such as geonet-geotextile, geogrid-geotextile, and geomembrane-geonet. By strengthening functionalities and increasing interface friction angles and installation time, these diverse combinations outperform single layers of geosynthetics.

Separation, reinforcement, filtration, drainage, and containment are the most common applications. The geocomposites market is classified into three sections based on their functions: containment, drainage, and others. The drainage section, which includes road and civil construction, pavement base course or edge drains, trench drains, railway and road tunnels, rooftops, retaining walls and bridge abutments, and other uses, is the most common.

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