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Polyester Asphalt Geocomposite Geogrid 

What is ProGrid® GC Compo Geogrid?

DESCRIPTION 

Progrid® Compo GC is a high modulus Polyester (PET ) geogrid fully bonded to a lightweight polyester nonwoven geotextile. The composite has a bituminous coating to provide a good bond with the asphalt layers. Progrid® Compo GC series can not only increase the tensile strength of the asphalt layer and extend the service life of pavement layers, but also decrease the occurrence rate of reflective cracking under cyclic traffic load. With a high modulus, high temperature resistance and high bonding properties, Progrid® Compo GC can be used with asphalt overlays in new roads or rehabilitation works as reinforcement, stress relief or as an asphalt interlayer.

APPLICATION

• Airport runways
• New roads and highways
• Road widening
• Road maintenance and repair
• Composite pavements



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