Cellular confinement--or geocells--provide flexibility, strength and durability and offer the designer a versatile tool to accomplish an affordable and functional solution.
In 1990, as our troops engaged in Desert Storm, a unique technology, cellular confinement, was developed to stabilize the shifting sands of the Arabian peninsula. That technology was brought back to the U.S. and has been applied to a wide variety of soil stabilization problems.
Today, cellular confinement systems (also know as geocells) have found a growing market in slope stabilization, porous paving and retaining walls. Its flexibility, strength and durability offer the designer a versatile tool to accomplish an affordable and functional solution.
Presto Geoweb system is a lightweight, expandable confinement system that creates an economical, eco-friendly foundation or erosion barrier for load support, slope erosion control, earth retention, or channel wall protection.
Geocells on the banks of the
Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
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