Geofoam

Briefly, it is the general name of all kinds of foam materials used in geotechnical engineering applications. A further definition is a material which is obtained by means of expansion, resulting in the formation of a variety of closed and internal gas-filled cells. Cell walls are solid but permeable to gases.

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Geofoam is now worldwide accepted as as a geosynthetic product, such as geotextile, geomembrane etc..

Many geofoam materials are based on polymeric (plastic) or glassy foam. There are two types of polystyrene foam:

  • EPS (Expanded polystyrene)
  • XPS (Compressed polystyrene)

Usage Areas;

In the fillings on soft and weak soils, where the freezing-dissolution effect is very effective, geofoam is used in areas such as underneath roads, airport coatings and railways etc.