Types of Geogrids
12 Nov Types of Geogrids
A number of model experiments were conducted in this work to gain a better knowledge of how the geocell material affects the load-carrying mechanism of geocell-reinforced sand foundations under strip loading. Geogrids of various forms were used to create geocells of various types. The following characteristics were investigated: footing load-settlement response, fill surface deformation, geocell strain, pressure transferred to the subgrade soil beneath the geocell mattress, and load dispersion in the geocell mattress. The test findings show that the reinforced-sand foundation bed’s performance is influenced by the strength, stiffness, aperture opening size, and orientation of the geocell material’s rib. Geocells with higher-strength geogrids, smaller aperture openings, and orthogonal-oriented ribs increase performance. There are two types of geocells: non-perforated geocells and perforated geocells. Long-term performance of our geosynthetics products is excellent. They may be used in a variety of soil types. Our geogrids and geocells are widely employed in a variety of reinforcing applications.
Geogrid is a geosynthetics product. Polypropylene and other polymers are used to make it. Geogrids are divided into four categories based on their basic materials: plastic geogrid, steel plastic geogrid, fibreglass geogrid, and polyester geogrid. Uniaxial geogrid, biaxial geogrid, and triaxial geogrid are the three varieties of plastic geogrid. There are two types of geocells: non-perforated geocells and perforated geocells. Long-term performance of our geosynthetics products is excellent. They may be used in a variety of soil types. Our geogrids and geocells are widely employed in a variety of reinforcing applications.
The benefits of Tigergrid
Geogrid with a single axis
A one-directional construction distinguishes a uniaxial geogrid. It has a high resilience to damage caused by building. It may be used in a variety of reinforced earth structures.
Geogrid with two axes
Load is distributed in two directions via a biaxial geogrid. It has strong load capacity, flexural stiffness, and long-term stability.
Geogrid with three axes
Triaxial geogrid features a triangle grid construction that is unique. It offers exceptional aperture stability and in-plane rigidity.
Geogrid made of plastic
Plastic geogrid has a high junction efficiency and is corrosion resistant. It comes in a variety of sizes and forms. Geogrid made of steel and plastic
Steel plastic geogrid is used in retaining wall strengthening and railroad construction because of its high strength and bearing capacity.
Geogrid made of fibreglass
Fiberglass geogrid uses a weaving process that is unique. It has a high tensile strength and is thermally stable. This item is suited for long-term tasks. Geogrid made of polyester
Polyester geogrid offers a high level of long-term deterioration resistance. It’s extensively utilised to strengthen railroad, subway, and highway subgrade structures.
Geocell Geocell has a honeycomb structure that is tightly interwoven. The aggregate interaction is substantially improved by this structure. Geocell is a great way to keep soil from eroding and water from evaporating.