In circumstances where the customer is looking to completing the structural rehabilitation of the road more quickly, Paveking provides the stabilization of the road using in-situ recycling service.
In order to ensure that the road infrastructure remains functional over the long term, roads require structural rehabilitation and stabilization.
Road rehabilitation projects must be cost-effective, eco-friendly, and above all, finished quickly – because time is of the essence. Patchwork repairs are becoming less sustainable and dont address the root cause.
Paveking has been a champion in the road stabilization service using in situ recycling process – which at a minimum recycles the surface and base course material. This is already popular today, and demand for this solution will continue to grow in the future. In this process, the asphalt surface is removed either in full or in layers, depending on the level of damage, by a recycling train operating across the entire width of the pavement in a single pass, mixed with binding agents on site, and then paved again immediately.
Rehabilitation that keeps traffic flowing
In-situ cold recycling projects get completed much quicker than conventional rehabilitation methods. The entire series of machines required for the rehabilitation process can fit in the width of just one lane. On two-lane roads, this means the recycling process is carried out across the width of a single lane, while traffic can be routed along the other side of the roadway past the construction site in one lane. Outside normal working hours, the entire road width is usually available, as the freshly recycled pavement can also temporarily be used immediately after compaction has been completed.
With years of experience providing this service, we offer our customers the best solutions that cover the entire in-situ recycling value chain.