G.Tex provides smooth or textured and perforated faces Geocells (also known as cellular confinement systems) which are three-dimensional honeycomb-like cellular structures that form a confinement system when filled with a wide range of compacted materials: aggregate, concrete, sand or soil. 

Geocells are produced by extrusion from Polyethylene resin. When the cells are opened and placed on a surface, then filled with material (soil, aggregate, etc.) the result is a uniform system of confinement for unconsolidated materials lying within each cell and preventing their movement even on steep slopes, or also from substantial dragging forces such as those exerted by hydraulic currents. 


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Slope Protection