Geogrids are highly effective for soil reinforcement applications such as retaining walls, embankments, steep slopes, sub-grade stabilization and waste containment. BW Geotextiles offers a wide array of uniaxial and biaxial geogrids for retaining wall and base reinforcement projects.

Geosynthetic Geogrid Products

Uniaxial Geogrids for Retaining Walls | Biaxial Geogrids for Base Reinforcement

Uniaxial [Miragrid<sup>®</sup> XT] Geogrid

Biaxial [Miragrid® 2XT] geogrids are are high performance products for reinforcing soil. Used for constructing retaining walls and slopes, they increase substantially the land available to residential, commercial and industrial products.

Uniaxial [Miragrid® 3XT] geogrids are ideal when covering soft soils to increase significantly the sub-base and base aggregate materials performance. Uniaxial geogrids are excellent products for increasing the effective strength of structures such as paved and unpaved roads, parking lots, and temporary access roads.

Distributing dynamic loads over a wider surface area minimizes structural points-of-failure while increasing load-bearing capacity. Civil Engineering research proves geogrid reinforcement can decrease base coarse aggregate material requirements from 30% to 50%.

Widths of 6' or 12' are available for retaining wall applications. Products are available to meet all your specifications.

Biaxial [Miragrid® 2XT] Geogrid Retaining Wall Applications

Uniaxial [Miragrid<sup>®</sup> XT] Geogrid

  • Steep slope and embankment reinforcement
  • Retaining walls
  • Sub-grade stabilization
  • Waste containment

Uniaxial [Miragrid® 3XT] Geogrid Base Reinforcement Applications

Uniaxial [Miragrid<sup>®</sup> 3XT] Geogrid

  • Paved roads
  • Unpaved roads
  • Parking lots
  • Haul roads

Triaxial and Other Miragrid® XT-Series Geogrid Products Are Available

Triaxial [Miragrid<sup>®</sup>] Geogrid

  • Designed for high traffic surfaces
  • Enhanced level of in-plane stiffness
  • High 360 degree radial stiffness
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30%–50% base coarse aggregate material reduction observed with a 6″ minimum base.