Geosynthetic Soil Stabilization Confinement – Neoloy Tough-Cells and Geogrids

Leading researchers in Holland, USA and India have conducted field trials for geosynthetics reinforcement of road bases. Test data based on deformation, stiffness and reinforcement factors for Tough-Cells consistently show higher results for Neoloy NPA Tough Cells vs. geogrids, in addition to their ability to utilize marginal materials for infill. Hybrid solutions combining geogrids on the subgrade layer and NPA Geocells in the base layer have also proven highly effective.
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NPA Tough-Cell Reduction Factor (RF) Compared to Geogrids

This controlled field trial, conducted by KIWA (formely KOAC-NPC), the leading road research and standards institute in Netherland...(Read More)

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NPA Tough-Cell Pavement Reinforcement Compared to Other Geosynthetics

This field and lab study by Rajagopal, et al (2014) confirms that Neoloy Tough-Cell reinforcement increases the rigidity of paveme...(Read More)


Compaction “Roadeo” Field Trial – Center for Earthworks Engineering, White, et al (2012)

The comparative “Roadeo” field test, evaluated the different engineering properties of 4 geosynthetics in poorly-graded sand emban...(Read More)