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Monday, June 10, 2019

Strata Introduces Wide Flexible StrataGrid™ Geogrid



Strata's new manufacturing facility in Daheli, Gujarat, India caters to flexible geogrids (StrataGrid™) and HDPE geocells (StrataWeb®). With the setting up of this new facility, Strata has been able to satisfy large-scale domestic and international market demands. For the StrataGrid™ series, the improvements include low elongation, industry-leading stress-strain values, customizable widths and lengths, faster deliveries, and, last, but certainly not the least, a wide-width geogrid.

Previously, Strata manufactured 1.9 metre and 3.8 metre flexible geogrids to its own project sites, installers across India, and to its valued distributors around the world. Strata has now added new dimensions to its product line. In addition to continuing with the 1.9m and 3.8m geogrids, Strata can also supply geogrids up to 5.7m width. For some project applications, this will minimize overlaps and wastage of the product, leading to cost and time savings for the project.

Strata's flexible geogrids are manufactured and coated very intricately in order to provide long lifespans for all applications that they are used in. While they are predominantly used to reinforce highway ramps, this new dimension enables Strata to applying its uniaxial and biaxial series of StrataGrid™ in several applications where wider widths are preferred - embankments over soft soils (basal reinforcement), asphalt reinforcement, reinforcement of landfill containment walls, stabilization at mining sites, and many more. 

Strata's new facility is equipped to serve all projects - no matter its size and demanding requirements. The in-house laboratory is in the last phase of being GAI-LAP accredited, enabling in-house testing and self-certification for all geosynthetics leaving the plant. All Strata clients are assured of receiving the highest quality of products, including its latest 5.7m flexible geogrid.


MUMBAI, June 10, 2019

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