Geogrids & Geotextiles

Unique combinations of strength, durability, and permeability make geogrids & geotextiles ideal for supporting all types of ground-based structures.

InterAx Geogrids
Advanced interlocking for superior compaction, improved load transfer, longer life span and better performance.
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InterAx Geogrids
TriAx Geogrids
Ideal for subgrade stabilization and optimizing pavement designs.
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TriAx Geogrids
Filtergrid
Stabilizes working surfaces, paved and unpaved roadways, by providing confinement, separation and filtration.
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Filtergrid
Biaxial Geogrids
Distribute loads over a wider area than usual while increasing its capacity in base stabilization applications.
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Biaxial Geogrids
Uniaxial Geogrids
Ideal for both wall and slope applications, designed to provide strength in a single direction.
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Uniaxial Geogrids
Paving Grids
Nonwoven polypropylene geotextiles that retain sufficient liquid asphaltic tack to render a waterproofing layer between the existing asphalt substrate and new overlay.
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Paving Grids
High Performance Geotextiles
Intricately woven fabrics used enhance subgrade conditions and mimimize the quantity of aggregate.
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High Performance Geotextiles
Nonwoven Geotextiles
Improve drainage conditions and separating changes in aggregate size.
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Nonwoven Geotextiles
Spunbond Geotextiles
As part of the nonwoven geotextile family, spunbond geotextiles are uniquely manufactured as an alternative option for improving site drainage and separation.
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Spunbond Geotextiles
Slit Film Woven Geotextiles
Geosynthetic fabrics best suited for separation of materials in light load applications with adequate drainage.
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Slit Film Woven Geotextiles
Paving Fabrics
Interlayers consisting exclusively of high strength fiberglass strands rendering a biaxial orientation.
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Paving Fabrics
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What are geogrids?

Geogrids provide reinforcement, stabilization, and even filtration when used with properly sized aggregate fills. Made from polymers such as polypropylene, polyethylene, or polyester, they are used widely in civil engineering applications.

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What are geotextiles?

Geotextiles are permeable fabrics used in construction for reinforcement, separation, drainage, and protection. Geotextiles can be used in a wide array of applications from erosion control to site stabilization.

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