RutGuard™ Geocell Helpful Hints

RutGuard Geocell | Infill Material Do's and Don't's

RutGuard Geocell | Infill Material Do's and Don't's

You've decided on geocell for your next project - now what do you fill it with? The possibilities are endless. A good rule of thumb that we find ourselves suggesting is not what to put inside the cells, but what *not* to put inside the cells, as geocell will confine and strengthen almost any mate...
RutGuard™ Geocell - Proudly Made in the USA

RutGuard™ Geocell - Proudly Made in the USA

RutGuard™ is manufactured in the USA with all virgin HDPE resin and no recycled material. The panels are ultrasonically welded together to provide maximum strength.  SO, WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? The materials used in manufacturing geocell make the world of difference when shopping for a solution fo...
ADA Compliancy and Accessibility - Geocell

ADA Compliancy and Accessibility - Geocell

A common inquiry that we receive about geocell is: "Is it ADA Compliant?" When it comes to geocell, ADA compliancy is dependent on the material that the geocell panels are with. Typically, for pathways and trails that generally receive pedestrian traffic, a 2" to 3" geocell panel is recommended t...
RutGuard™ Recommendations

RutGuard™ Recommendations

Anchoring Sloped Areas with J-Hooks or Rebar A general rule of thumb to use when determining if your RutGuard™ panels need to be anchored to your sloped area is that typically slopes at a 3:1 or 33.5% degree are considered stable.* With that being said, based on specific site conditions and prefe...
Curves, Turns and Slopes | RutGuard

Curves, Turns and Slopes | RutGuard

RutGuard | Design Flexibility  Driveways and pathways come in many different shapes, sizes, and layouts. Circular driveways, horseshoe driveways, curves, turns, and slopes are all common when it comes to roads or paths. Thankfully, RutGuard is designed to fit almost any area. RutGuard panels are ...