Use & Purposes
ProGrid® PP (polypropylene) 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.
July Webinar: The Effect of External Parameters and GCL Structure on GCL Hyrdration
When: Wednesday 22 July Time: 3.00pm AEST Duration: 1 hr DESCRIPTION: The performance of a GCL as a single liner or as part of a Composite Liner...Read More
June Webinar: Geogrid Reinforced Rails Tracks
When: Wednesday 17th June Time: 5.30pm NZ ST Duration: 1 hr DESCRIPTION: This webinar will review and present the latest results of large scale...Read More
Webinar: Effect of Subgrade Conditions on Geosynthetic Clay Liner Hydration and Performance
Geosynthetics Technical Webinar Series: Part 1: Barriers 13 May 2020 The performance of a Geosynthetic Clay Liner (GCL) and a Composite Liner depends on many parameters. The first component is...Read More
How Turf Reinforcement Mats (TRMS) Can Cut Projects Costs in Half
During a recent upgrade of a Highway the consortium tasked for the design and construction of this project encountered a number of environmentally sensitive areas through which clean water open...Read More