Geocells (also known as Cellular Confinement Systems) 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. 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 that distributes loads over a wider area. 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. Much larger geocells are also made from stiff geotextiles sewn into similar, but larger, unit cells that are used for protection bunkers and walls.

ConcertinaWeb

ABG
ABG ConcertinaWeb is a geocellular containment system which confines and strengthens infill materials and provides a cost effective solution for the reinforcement of roadside verges. When installed ConcertinaWeb helps prevent verge failure and material loss i...

Erosaweb - Geocells

ABG
Erosaweb geocell is designed for the reinforcement of weak soils and has many applications including retention of soils on steep slopes. Erosaweb works by confining and stabilising the surface of weak soils by creating a honeycomb of interconnected polymer ...

Abweb TRP - Geocells

ABG
The Abweb TRP system is a no dig solution preventing damage to the tree root structure during the installation process. Abweb TRP is quick and easy to install, reduces construction time and in many instances greatly reduces the depth of imported stone required...

Abweb - Geocells

ABG
Abweb strengthens and reinforces granular stone layers such as sub-base by confining the aggregate and providing a three dimensional tensile matrix. Using this inexpensive system it is possible to reduce the thickness of aggregate under loaded areas by up t...