SKU: Geogrid

10KN – 40KN Tensile Strength Geogrid

Maccaferri Geogrid: Enhancing Stability and Performance in Construction Projects in Uganda

Maccaferri Geogrid is a high-quality, synthetic mesh material made from polypropylene or polyester. It is designed to provide reinforcement and stabilization to soil, slopes, and structures. With its unique grid structure and superior tensile strength, Maccaferri Geogrid enhances the stability and performance of construction projects, preventing soil erosion, reducing settlement, and improving load-bearing capacity.

One of the key advantages of Maccaferri Geogrid is its versatility. It can be used in a wide range of applications, including road and railway construction, retaining walls, embankments, foundations, and landfills. Its flexible design allows it to conform to different soil types and terrains, making it suitable for challenging environments.


We offer soil stabilization geogrid which is manufactured from high-density polyethylene sheath.  

  • It comes in ranges from 10KN – 40KN Tensile strength.
  • Made from high-tenacity polyester yarns coated with PVC or polymer
  • Available in a range of strengths and configurations to meet project requirements
  • Can be customized to fit specific site conditions and soil types
  • Improves the stability and load-bearing capacity of soil structures
  • Reduces the need for excavation and material removal
  • Increases the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of construction projects
  • Resistant to weathering, chemicals, and biological degradation
  • Easy to install and maintain, with a long service life
  • Ideal for use in roadways, railways, embankments, retaining walls, and other civil engineering applications
  • Compliant with international quality and safety standards
  • Backed by technical support and expertise from Maccaferri, a global leader in geosynthetics and civil engineering solutions


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