Road Surfaces

Today the state of road surfaces can be easily assessed as unsatisfactory. The reason – a constant load and the residual strain on it. All this is due to an increased number of vehicles, and hence increase in traffic flow. The way out of this situation can use geogrid – a pledge that the roadbed will last much longer, besides its replacement and repairs will cost much less. Thus, highlighted the main benefits of using geogrids to create pavement: Increased strength of the coating. Geogrid increases the coefficient of friction loose material, which it is formed. Increasing the bending stiffness of the road 'clothing'.

Reducing the strain coverage at lower levels ground cover by increasing the load on the canvas. Stable mounting surface on the side with loose material. Stability of the road track to , despite the densities of land cover. Based on the above-mentioned advantages, we can conclude that the geogrid reinforced surface – it increased by 50% structural strength. In addition, the intended use of geogrid to reinforce a building material – it's layers, which are becoming much stronger. Even serious loads do not cause the roadway strain.

Due to their properties, geogrid opposes the formation of a rut in the road surface. Before designing the surface, which involves the use of a geogrid, one must consider aesthetic of the objects as indicators with a link with the environmental situation and regulations concerning environmental protection. In addition, it is important to take into account the main parameters its possible changes. Incorporation of these factors will help to choose the right geogrid for the area and tasks. On the effectiveness of the drainage structure, which is the roadbed, and influence established diversions watercourses. To stabilize the river channels, as well as to fill the sections of geogrid, materials of any type, which guarantee the fulfillment of their tasks. Modern technology allows guaranteed to save money and ensure the desired result in the construction of various surfaces.


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