Geocell (cellular confinement system) is a system of smooth, surface-patterned (textured) or perforated PE–HD strips (50, 75, 100, 150, 200, 250 mm in depth) connected in a series with collateral root penetrations vertical to the longitudinal axis. After dilatation and stabilization, the connected strips form walls of spatial flexible cells. Subsequently, these cells are filled with filling material (chosen according to the purpose of use and surface load): sand, gravel, earth,crushed stone, concrete, refuse excavated from the construction site, etc.
- Subbase confinement foundations of industrial and residential buildings foundations of civil structures –highways, roadbed.
- Stabilization of slopes affected by surface erosion.
- Stabilization of stream channels and ditches.
- Construction of retaining walls.
- Green roofs
A floor's foundation is crucial for its quality and durability. Improper technicalparameters of the base construction can lead to serious problems, such as excess
settlement, differential settlement or a shifting of levels which will lead to a permanent floor failure.
The repairs or replacement of damaged floors can incur considerable extra costs.
BENDA TRADE specializes in dealing with floor foundation problems and has developed
an advanced floor foundation method, called WEBFLOOR, designed for standard geological environments, as well as difficult geotechnical foundation conditions. The effectiveness of this method has been verified through many simulation tests modeling extreme geotechnical conditions based on real constructions, in the PLAXIS software environment. When applied in the field, the results have always met with the same success.