GeoTerra® Construction Mats


CREATE SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS & STABILIZING CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTS WITH REINFORCED SURFACES.

TWO STYLES AVAILABLE:

GeoTerra Bolt Tight System

  • Robust mats made from a unique high strength polymer blend.

  • Mat sections are bolted together. Use of a drill driver secures bolts FAST.

  • Yellow bolt delineators are available for edge or centerline marking.

  • Individual Mat Size: 3.04 ft. x 1.46 ft x 2.0 in depth (.93 m x .44 m x 50 mm)

GeoTerra Padloc System

  • Strong mats made from Recycled polyethylene.

  • Mat sections are "locked" together with Padloc® connection devices. Great for transporting preassembled mats into sites.

  • Individual Mat Size: 3.15 ft x 1.57 ft x 2.0 in deep (.96 m x .48 m x 50 mm)

Three typical mat systems are presented below, listed in order from the most basic to the most rigorous requirements

1) BASIC COMPONENTS

GEOTERRA Units • PadLoc Connection Device • Stakes or Earth Anchors (optional)

2) OPTIONAL GEOSYNTHETIC UNDERLAYER COMPONENTS

Geomembrane • Non-Woven Geotextile/Geomembrane  • Single or Multiple Layers of Geotextile

3) OPTIONAL DRAINAGE COMPONENTS

Non-Woven Geotextile • GEOTERRA Drainage System • High-Strength Woven Geotextile

  





TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

Temporary or Permanent Use • Access Roads over Soft Ground / Remote Locations • Oil-drilling Platforms • Construction Site Access • Cemetery and Utility Access over Lawns • Light-to-Heavy Equipment / Vehicle Storage • Helipads • Equipment / Vehicle Display at Expos and Special Events • Emergency Site Access

Presto GeoTerra with Crane

Presto GeoTerra with Front End Loader

Presto GeoTerra Equador
 

GEOTERRA BROCHURE's & SPECIFICATION SUMMARY

GeoTerra Structural Mat Brochure 1

GeoTerra Structural Mat Brochure 2

GeoTerra Specification Summary

GeoTerra Anchor Detail

Tales from the tundra (Kwigillinook, Alaska)

Click here for Tales from the tundra article.  This article highlights advantages of the GEOTERRA system that allowed it to meet the project criteria: 

  1. Can support all-terrain vehicles over soft & uneven ground
  2. Allows vegetative growth through the open design
  3. Provides support even when unfilled
 

Description, Qualitative Environmental, Maintenance, and Cost Comparison of 17 Alaska Trail Hardening Methods. Draft: Kevin G. Meyer, NPS-Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program, Anchorage, Alaska <kevin_meyer@nps.gov.> updated 2/8/2007. Selected Trail Hardening Methods 1 through 8 pages 1-5.


     

Read the Full Article Here.

 

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