The TRR process is computer controlled to heat the asphalt in and around a defect to the right temperature to make it pliable – but not too much,
because overheating oxidises the bitumen and makes it brittle. Once the old, loose asphalt is heated up, mixed with a little fresh material and recompacted, there is no joint between old and new; just a homogenous road surface that will last as long the surrounding road surface. Long-lasting road repairs are perhaps the most important reason of all. They deliver benefits in all the above categories because they don’t have to be repeated every year.
The TRR process was invented to stop potholes and defects reoccuring. While many other alternative technologies can offer fast fixes to potholes and cracks, most of them will still leave a weak point: that joint between the existing material and the new one that will eventually break open and let the water in.Thermal Road Repairs is a green technology which strives to improve the quality, cost and time efficiency of road repairs and paving – at a far lower environmental cost than traditional methods. We invest significantly in R&D, to create new technologies and to continuously improve existing ones.
High output. Low emission. Permanent solution.
Along with our innovative Thermal Road Repairs, Noise wall Solutions, Our Traffic Control Cone Handler hails from the Netherlands and is the future of traffic control.
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