GeosIndex is a unique tool used to identify, compare and select geosynthetics that meet your project design and specification needs. Access detailed information on Drainage Materials, Erosion Control Products, Geotextiles, Geomembranes, Geogrids, GCLs and other geo-products from manufacturers and distributors around the world.
GeosIndex's user-friendly tables put you in control of numerous specification tools. Personalize product data tables to provide only the information fields you need (e.g., tensile strength, specific gravity, smooth or textured). Highlight products and sort or resort the comparative data by ascending or descending values within any data column. Highlighted products remain marked so you can see where their values rank on each data field.
Every data table you create may be exported in common document forms (e.g., Excel spreadsheets, PDF). Click on product names to access spec sheets or access manufacturer/distributor information. Scroll over terms/abbreviations, such as under the "applications" field in a data table, for in-page glossary assistance.
This brief video tutorial will show you how to use the basic features of GeosIndex.
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GeosIndex is a unique tool used to identify, compare and select geosynthetics that meet your project design and specification needs. The user-friendly tools, such as customizable, comparative data tables, help engineers, contractors, facility operators and other professionals identify the right, qualifying materials. Geosynthetic data here includes Drainage Materials, Erosion Control Products, Geotextiles, Geomembranes, Geogrids, Geosynthetic Clay Liners (GCLs) and other geo-products from manufacturers and distributors around the world.
Geosindex.com is a product of Geosynthetica.net. Established in 1999 and with 750,000+ users annually, Geosynthetica is the world's leading online source for information on geosynthetics.
In the past 40 years, geosynthetic materials have entered every segment of civil engineering and have helped modernize infrastructures. Geosynthetics reduce the carbon footprint of construction activities, lower infrastructure costs, provide critical environmental protection, and extend the active service lives of installations from reservoirs to roads and landfills to levees. For material data, engineering opportunities, project stories, and more, utilize Geosindex and Geosynthetica.
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