Earthworks and rock construction
Robust solutions: This applies to every layer below the road surface or structure, from the subgrade to frost protection and base layers. Through soil stabilisation and high-grade compaction, these layers gain the necessary load-bearing capacity and can act as the foundation for long-lasting roads and buildings. In short: building for the long term begins with the soil.
Fast and effective: Roads have to withstand heavy loads, which over time lead to fatigue and deterioration and cause serious long-term damage. As long as only the top layer of the road structure is affected,surface layer rehabilitation is an appropriate maintenance measure.
Paving thin layers hot
A streamlined solution: Paving thin layers hot is the perfect solution for roads in need of rehabilitation that only exhibit surface damage. A particularly cost-effective alternative to complete rehabilitation is the “paving thin layers hot” process using a paver with spray assembly for bitumen emulsion from VÖGELE.
Cold in-situ recycling
Green road rehabilitation: Once the bearing capacity of the asphalt surface layer has been compromised, the road structure must be completely rehabilitated. The trend is currently moving towards environmentally friendly and cost-effective solutions that involve recycling the damaged road surface: cold in-place recycling (or in-situ).
The asphalt cycle: In industrially developed countries, significantly more road rehabilitation or extended than completely new roads are built. But what happens to the old road surface? Asphalt recycling is an economic imperative in order to conserve natural resources.