HDPE Geocells are three-dimensional honeycombed cellular structures that form a confinement system when infilled with compacted soil. Extruded from polymeric materials into strips welded together ultrasonically in series, the strips are expanded to form the stiff (and typically textured and perforated) walls of a flexible 3D cellular mattress or slab. Infilled with soil, a new composite entity is created from the cell-soil interactions. The cellular confinement reduces the lateral movement of soil particles, thereby maintaining compaction and forms a stiffened mattress or slab that distributes loads over a wider area.
HDPE Geocell traditionally used in slope protection and earth retention applications, geocells made from advanced polymers are being increasingly adopted for long-term road and rail load support. The result is high earing capacity even from inferior fill material, reduction of structural layer thickness and longer-term durability.
Road Construction HDPE Geocell is a perforated cellular confinement system engineered from HDPE sections for maximum performance. HDPE Geocells available in a number of depth and cell opening combinations. HDPE Geocells supplied in a folded configuration that minimises transport costs to site yet can be readily expanded on site for very quick installation. HDPE Geocell has been perforated to ensure that each cell does not become water saturated during use.
Perforated Geocell is an innovative geosynthetic product. It is a net-shaped cell structure made by welding high intensity thermoplastic sheet. perforated Geocell uses advanced polymer composite materials instead of traditional reinforced cement, which can be widely used in river slope embankment protection, highway and railway infrastructure construction, sponge city construction, agriculture, urban construction, geological disaster protection and other projects.
HDPE Geoweb is three dimensional, honeycomb like structures manufactured from high density polyethylene and jointly welded by ultrasonic technique. It is flexible to fold during the transport and installation on construction site. The geocell nets will be filled with soils, granular, cements or other on-site infill materials when stretched into web structures, which has powerful and rigid confinement in the lateral and vertical sides.