Ocean Global Geo bags Manufacturers that are cost-effective and robust. Owing to their versatility in function and availability in varied sizes, they can be used for various projects to suit the client’s needs.
Geobags, made of geotextiles are sand-filled bags available in various sizes. They are also referred to as Geotextile Sand Containers (GSC) and are basically shoreline protection systems.
The geobags, depending on the geotextile used, can be woven geobags or nonwoven geobags. They can be woven multifilament geobags, polypropylene nonwoven geobags, or nonwoven polyester geobags.
Geobags are mainly shore-protection structures with the purpose of protection of river and flood protection. They also help in the protection of hydraulic structures.
Transportation, water resources, irrigation and flood control, ports, and mines. The geobags can be placed on land as well as installed in water of any depth.
- Geobags are an all-in-one erosion control, filtration, and drainage product for the coastal sector.
- Soft armored structures with UV resistance.
- Geobags are environmentally smart, reducing carbon footprint, and with a minimal impact on the environment.
- Cost-effective and reversible solution for shore protection structures.
- Geobags are available in various strengths and sizes to fit specific applications.
- They are a more feasible and accessible alternative to conventional marine protection material.
- Geobags transform erosion-prone soils to erosion-resistant sites.
- They are easy to install and maintain.
- Geobags have small pore size with high permeability.
- They have excellent abrasive resistance.
- High strength and durability
Applications and Advantages of Geobags
Geobags have overwhelming benefits in comparison to permanently installed sediment control systems. They are incredibly versatile and used differently for different purposes.
- Geobags help with long-term riverbank protection, in seawalls and revetments.
- When used in groynes, they facilitate sand accretion, slowing down water velocities.
- Clay slurry filled geotextile bags helps in the construction of levees.
- Geobags are also called dewatering bags. Here, the geobags act as a filter, expelling non-toxic water from the slurry. Uncontaminated water ultimately seeps out of the geobags, retaining solids within for easy disposal.
- Another widespread use is for off-shore protection.
- Geobags are economical to build temporary bunds, easy to remove once the purpose is served.
- Scour protection.
- Flood-barrier Geo bag for flood protection.