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Use & Purposes

  • Sub Base Reinforcement
  • Raft reinforcement construction
  • Soil reinforcement

Highlights

  • Ease of Product Handling
  • Geogrid Interaction Characteristics
  • Geogrid Strain Characteristics

Product Information

ProGrid® geogrid is formed by punching holes and stretching a stiff plastic sheet to form a geogrid with uniform openings to contain and absorb lateral forces exerted on the reinforcement from implied loads. The transfer of implied loads to the geogrid is by way of a combination of friction and interlocking with the surrounding granular particles. ProGrid® geogrids provide a stiff, high modulus reinforcing layer to allow the construction of roads and
other amenities over weak subgrades.

For more information please refer to the Technical Downloads located on the right.



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