Geomaster- Specialist Supplier of Geogrid Products

PP goegrid, biaxial geogrid, polymer geogrid, fiberglass geogrid and a wide selection in different construction types and materials for soil retaining and reinforcing.

Geogrids for reinforcing and stabilizing various mining structures and surfaces

Geogrids, due to their high tensile strength and flexibility, are extensively used in mining to reinforce and stabilize soil and structures. Mining operations involve activities such as excavation, slope stabilization, haul road construction, and retaining wall installation.

Mining Geogrids function as a structural reinforcement, distributing loads and reducing deformations, also provide erosion control and help regulate the movement of materials, contributing to safer and more efficient mining operations.

We supply mining geo grids to the mine companies for the ground control and stabilization solutions.
Plastic Extruded Mesh Geogrid for Mining and Tunneling Reinforcing
Purpose: For mine laneway
Material: PP flame retardant and antistatic mesh
Construction: Biaxial
Form of supply: Rolls
Size: 1.6m x 50m

PP Mining Geogrid Mesh System:
Geogrid for the roof/ rib support applications in underground coal mines, project in India.
Geogrid Mesh Rolls of 2m x 50m packaged for shipment, geogrids for ceiling surface in underground mine by rock bolting the grid to the roof surface.
Type:Flame retardant biaxial geogrid
Application: PP mining geo-grid used to replace Welded Wire Mesh used in mining constructions.
Material: Polypropylene Polymer
Mesh: 46mm
Min. rib thickness: 1mm
Tensile strength: 21.9 kN/m
Delivery: Biaxial geogrid packed in rolls, width ranges from 1.5m to 4m, roll length 50m up.

Mining Geogrid Applications
a. Slope Stabilization: Slope stability is a critical concern in mining, particularly in open-pit mines. Horizontal geogrid installations are employed to prevent slope failure by distributing forces throughout the soil mass. Vertical geogrid installations, on the other hand, help control water movement and prevent soil erosion within the slopes.

b. Retaining Walls: Retaining walls are frequently required in mining operations to support excavated areas or provide separation between different mine sections. Geogrids can be incorporated into the retaining wall structure to increase its strength and stability. By integrating layers of geogrid within the backfill material, the load-bearing capacity of the wall is enhanced, reducing the risk of failure.

c. Haul Roads: Haul roads are essential for transporting heavy equipment and materials within mining sites. Geogrids can be incorporated into the road structure to enhance its strength and load-bearing capacity. By distributing the loads and minimizing deformations caused by heavy traffic, geogrids reduce rutting, potholes, and other road surface failures. This, in turn, extends the lifespan of the haul road and reduces maintenance needs.

d. Erosion Control: Mining activities often disturb the natural landscape, leading to erosion and sedimentation issues. Geogrids are effective tools for stabilizing slopes, preventing soil erosion, and controlling the movement of sediments. By reinforcing soil surfaces and providing an anchoring system for vegetation, geogrids contribute to effective erosion control measures in mining areas.