Soil stabilization provides significant advantages in a wide variety of road applications...
...unsurfaced rural, access, mining, logging, farm and village roads,...
...chip seal roads and...
soil plus RAP blends for extra strength
Liquid enzyme soil stabilizers make it possible to use local soils “as is” to create roads that are intended to remain unsurfaced such as are commonly seen in rural, access, mining, logging, agricultural and village applications. Soils with existing gradation and plasticity can usually be improved, as can gravel roads or base materials contaminated with fines, and degraded asphalt roads that have reverted to “gravel.”
enzyme soil stabilizers
are also a powerful way to use blends of local soils and amendments. This
works particularly well when:
Roads that will receive a surface treatment
Asphalt pavement life can be greatly extended by stabilizing base and sub-base layers, whether local soils are used “as is”, or blended with amendments to improve gradation and plasticity.
on stabilized base materials
Adding soil stabilizers
to RAP (recycled asphalt pavement) mixed with up to 50% of soil materials
creates maximum road strength (based on IGES test results). The approach
of recycling (RAP) + stabilizer + soil has proven to be highly efficient,
as it combines four stabilization steps in one. Production rates in excess
of 50,000 square meters per day are achievable. This method yields a significant
increase in strength and material uniformity in a stabilized bed that
is immediately ready for shaping and compaction. Request
more info on stabilization with RAP