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TriAx Geogrid keeps project sites moving, even when cold or wet weather causes unfavorable site conditions. Simple and easy to install, it has been used in thousands of projects around the world, saving time and money while also improving performance. These videos show just how effective it is at improving soil conditions and your bottom line.
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When it became too cold to use chemical stabilization on this site, TriAx Geogrid was able to keep the project moving forward.
Watch the truck as it drives over saturated soils stabilized with TriAx Geogrid. As it rolls off the stabilized area, you see the truck quickly bog down and lose productivity.
When inclement weather impacts your job site, you may need to consider an alternative method for soil stabilization. Common methods like chemical stabilization require perfect conditions while others are costly to install - and come with a much higher price tag than you may realize. In this chart, we compare common stabilization methods, considering pros, cons and the required aggregate. How does your current method stack up? Click the chart to find out.
SpectraPave software provides engineers the most powerful tool available for evaluating roadway design options and optimizing pavement performance using Tensar Geogrids. This free program specializes in the stabilization of unpaved roadways and construction platforms as well as the optimization of paved roadways.
Tensar has designed a Subgrade Improvement Pocket Card that allows you to visually estimate subgrade strength. You can also use it to quickly determine your cost to improve the subgrade by using common methods like over-excavation, geotextile and geogrid.
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A geogrid is a geosynthetic material used to stabilize soil. Today, more engineers and contractors are choosing TriAx Geogrid to improve site access, design higher performing roads and working platforms, combat increasing material costs, and speed construction timelines -even in inclement weather.
How do geogrids work? Geogrids have openings, called apertures, which allow aggregate to strike through and provide confinement and interlock. Geogrids can improve the long-term performance of paved and unpaved roadways and other surfaces by minimizing aggregate movement and maintaining modulus values.
Not only does TriAx Geogrid keep sites moving during cold and wet weather, it also offers significant construction cost savings AND creates stronger, longer lasting surfaces. Here are just a few examples of how TriAx is helping people build smarter, stronger and more efficiently despite bad weather.
ESALs of Research and Still Counting...
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Tensar has invested extensively in the research of TriAx Geogrid, proving its design and performance parameters time and again. With over 1 million ESALs of testing and thousands of examples or real world performance, you can have confidence in the performance and value any time TriAx Geogrid is specified in a design. Don’t risk using products with unproven technologies.
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