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SX Grid biaxial geogrids can solve pavement problems by providing omni-axial reinforcement to granular sub-bases, capping layers & railway ballasts in areas of weak or variable soils.

When granular particles are compacted over these grids, they partially penetrate and project through the apertures to create a strong and positive interlock. The load dispersal effect from the interlocking mechanism increases shearing resistance within the soil, improving compaction and allowing the sub base thickness to be decreased, ultimately reducing construction time and costs.

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Applications for SX Grid

  • Construction haul roads
  • Paved and unpaved roads
  • Railways and ports
  • Working platforms on weak sub-soils
  • Parking and paved areas
  • Multi-layer applications
  • Piling platforms

Benefits of SX Grid

  • Very low maintenance system
  • Wider Rolls Available

Key functions

Reinforcement

Resists stresses or reduces deformations

Products

Geosynthetics

Stock code Product name Description Datasheet My Wrekin
GGSXGRID/20 SX Grid 2020 Biaxial Geogrid Polypropylene - 4m x 50m roll
GGSXGRID/30 SX Grid 3030 Biaxial Geogrid Polypropylene - 4m x 50m roll
GGSXGRID/40 SX Grid 4040 Biaxial Geogrid Polypropylene - 4m x 30m roll
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