Fiberglass geogrids, or geocomposites, are geosynthetics widely used for asphalt reinforcement. Cracking is the main problem in asphalt surfaces. It may be caused by poor condition of the previous asphalt surface, stretch coefficients, temperature changes, moisture and the freeze-thaw cycle. All these issues are resolved by our fiberglass geosynthetics. The grids are made of glass fibers knitted in a bioriented structure and bituminous coated. In the geocomposites, glass fibre grid is bonded with non-woven polypropylene geotextile. The product is CE certified and famous for its quality, durability, and high temperature resistance.
Geogrids save labour and transportation costs because they are very light and easy to lay on site.
Geogrids are characterized by low elongation (up to 3%) and a high tensile strength (up to 200 kN/m).
The material is resistant to high temperatures, up to 240°C.
The product is available in various sizes, weights, and strengths from 50 kN/m to 200 kN/m.
The grids are corrosion-resistant and can serve for up to 100 years.
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They are stronger and wider than SuperCor®, Hamco MP200plus®. As opposed to CON/SPAN, they are made of steel and not concrete so they are more ecological and 30-40% more cost-efficient. And unlike Acrow® 700XS®, they are applicable for buried solutions but take a bit longer to install.
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