Geocell Specifications

Geocell is a common geosynthetic material widely used in land restoration, environmental protection, drainage systems and civil engineering. It is characterized by stable structure, good water permeability, high pressure resistance and high ductility, and is widely used in various industries.

  1. Specification

The specifications of geocells usually include unit size, height, thickness and material. Each of these is described below:

2.1 Unit size

The unit size of geocell can be selected and customized according to specific needs. Common unit sizes include 15cm×15cm, 20cm×20cm, 30cm×30cm, etc. Choosing the right size can be decided according to the needs of land restoration or other projects.

2.2 Height

The height of the geocell is also determined according to the specific needs. The common heights are 5cm, 7.5cm, 10cm, 15cm, 20cm, 30cm etc. Lower heights are suitable for ground cover such as drainage systems and lawns, while higher heights are suitable for projects such as land restoration and land consolidation.

2.3 Thickness

The thickness of the geocell refers to the thickness of the sheet of the material and is also based on the specific needs. The common thicknesses are 1.1mm, 1.5mm, 2.0mm and so on. Selection of the right thickness can be based on the required load bearing and the properties of the land.

2.4 Material

Geocell materials are usually made of high density polyethylene (HDPE) or polypropylene (PP). These materials have excellent chemical stability and corrosion resistance and can be used for a long time in harsh environmental conditions.