Nowoczesne Technologie Stabilizacji

Stabilisation stages


Stabilisation stages

1.A tractor with the spreader applies a binding agent along the prepared bed (levelled and fluffed).
2. Then – the binding agent is mixed with soil, using soil stabilising machine, mechanically mixing soil with the binding agent to the depth of max. 50 cm. Following the mixing stage, soil is compacting with rollers begins, followed by final profiling (gradients) of the road coupled with the final compacting. 4. The final stage of the stabilisation process is maintenance work.

  Our company offers surface renovation, applying cold recycling, which allows for the reuse of existing mineral-bitumen masses in order to stabilise weak substrata or bedding.

Available milling and mixing machines brake up and mix road construction materials with small amount of concrete and ion-exchange binding agent, thus forming a homogeneous and stabilised mass of 35 to 40 cm thickness.

Following the thickening process, it becomes new and strong and in some circumstances gives the possibility to be used as early as 24 hours later. This method, coupled with a short working process, gives a chance to utilise the materials that were used in constructing the previous road in 100 per cent, not having to transport them and no need of additional aggregate. The stabilised layer guarantees surface resistance to rutting, pot-holing and cracking.

This is the most environment friendly and economic method for the renewal of damaged road surfaces.