STRATAGRID®

STRATAGRID® IS A HIGH-PERFORMANCE POLYESTER SOIL REINFORCEMENT GRID.

This geogrid is manufactured from polyester yarns that have a high molecular weight and excellent tensile strength. These yarns are then knitted into a dimensionally stable network of apertures to form the geometric grid shape which offers tensile reinforcement to the soil.

StrataGrid is coated with a black bituminous saturation coating to provide further chemical and mechanical benefits that enhance its durability in harsh environments.

High strength polyester geogrids are ideally suited to retaining walls, steepened slopes, and embankments subjected to long term creep loads. PET has superior long-term creep resistance compared with an HDPE or polypropylene polymer.

StrataGrid is very easy to install and available in wide rolls minimising wastage and labour during installation.

Cirtex® can offer documentation for connection capacity between StrataGrid and a range of segmental block systems available within Australia and New Zealand.

StrataGrid® is a registered Trademark of Glen Raven, Inc. Registered in the United States.

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Benefits & Features

  • NZTA approved product
  • Tested in conjunction with many modular block systems including, Keystone, Allan Block®, and Rocklok®
  • Very high long term design strengths available
  • Wide rolls for fast installation
  • Many years of local and international use
  • Comprehensive data and technical back up
nzta approved

Specifications

Code
Grade
Roll Size
Area
76483
SG200
3.8m x 100m
380m²
76484
SG350
3.8m x 100m
380m²
13076
SG500
3.8m x 100m
380m²
76485
SG550
3.8m x 100m
380m²
13280
SG600
3.8m x 100m
380m²
13819
SG700
3.8m x 100m
380m²
13813
SG1220
3.8m x 100m
380m²
13308
SG1300
3.8m x 100m
380m²
13623
SG1400
1.9m x 50m
95m²

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