Tensar Uniaxial, Biaxial, and Triaxial Geogrids
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Require Geotextiles for your project as well?
See our post on The Ultimate Guide to Geotextiles to learn more on the use and applications of these fabrics for industrial and landscape construction.
Tensar TriAx TX7 Geogrid
Tensar TriAx TX5 Geogrid
Tensar TriAx TX130S Geogrid
Tensar TriAx TX190L Geogrid
Tensar TriAx TX160 Geogrid
Tensar TriAx TX140 Geogrid
Tensar BX1200 Biaxial Geogrid
Tensar BX1100 Biaxial Geogrid
Tensar UX1700MSE Uniaxial Geogrid
Tensar UX1600MSE Uniaxial Geogrid
Tensar UX1500MSE Uniaxial Geogrid
Tensar UX1400MSE Uniaxial Geogrid
Geogrid Applications: Types of Slopes
1H:1V or Flatter
What is commonly referred to as 1H:1V or flatter slopes, are slopes where proportion of the height of the rise is less than or equal to the length of the slope.
1H:1V or Steeper
These slopes are classified as slopes where the proportion of the height of the rise is higher than the length of the slope.
Embankments represent a special class of slopes or walls where soil reinforcement is used to stabilize and construct a fill structure having a smaller footprint than what could be constructed with the soil alone. Embankment stabilization is common when constructing roadways or other structures over soft, weak foundation materials.