A new life for worn-out roads
Structural maintenance, repair and rehabilitation
In industrialised countries, everyone is talking about the dire need to invest and modernise the existing infrastructure. This mainly involves road rehabilitation, but also extending and upgrading the existing road network. Roads are exposed to tremendous loads that will sooner or later leave their marks on them. A time will come when every road will be in need of a general overhaul. But no two damage patterns are alike. Which rehabilitation methods offer a cure for distressed roads? What are the differences between them? Which are suitable to be carried out as mobile roadworks?
Classic road rehabilitation applications include: replacing the pavement, fine milling, paving thin layers hot, paving thin layers cold, hot recycling, cold recycling in-situ, cold recycling in-plant, asphalt Recycling and racetrack rehabilitation.