What is a Geogrid?
Terracotta grid is a two-dimensional grid or a three-dimensional grid screen with a certain height made of polypropylene or polyvinyl chloride and other high-molecular polymers by thermoforming or molding. When used as civil engineering, It is called a high quality polyester geogrid. Engineering application areas: highways, railways, abutments, approach roads, wharves, dams, slag yards, and other soft soil foundation reinforcements, retaining walls and pavement crack resistance projects.
Geogrid: two-way geogrid plastic geogrid
Two-way plastic geogrid
Geogrid is a major geosynthetic material. Compared with other geosynthetics, it has unique properties and functions.
Geogrids are often used as reinforcements in reinforced earth structures or composite materials.
Geogrids are divided into four categories: plastic geogrids, steel-plastic geogrids, fiberglass geogrids, and polyester tricot geogrids.