ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT GRID
Function: Separation, Reinforcement
The type of asphalt grids are determined by the structure of the pavement and the place built into the layers in addition to the magnitude of the stresses resulting from the traffic load. The most commonly used types are bitumen-coated, fiberglass reinforced asphalt grids. The later one is primarily utilized for reconstruction or roadway widening, where the asphalt grid is placed on an existing asphalt layer reinforcing the new layer, ensuring a universal reinforcement for the whole structure. The other commonly used type is the fiberglass-reinforced composite grid with a base course, which is usually installed in the design of a new track, spread on a flexible base structure. In this case, due to the cement-stabilized layer, it is necessary to create a larger adhesive surface, which is supported by the substrate layer on the asphalt grid.
We offer the following asphalt grids:
fiberglass-reinforced asphalt grid with bitumen coating, both conventional and self-adhesive,
fiberglass-reinforced asphalt composite with non-woven geotextile, stapled and glued.
If you do not have precise parameters regarding to the geosynthetic you are looking for, please ask our colleagues for expert help in choosing the right asphalt grid.