Is Aggrebind diluted before being used?

Yes. It is diluted with virtually with any type of water, even sea water, to ensure that it is dispersed evenly through the material being treated. It is important to ensure that all the soil particles are coated with the

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How must Aggrebind be stored?

Under cover and it must not be frozen prior to being used.

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What is the Harmonized Code?

The code is 3906.90.10 or 3906.90.90. Consult your local customs office for the lowest importation code, as this varies from country to country.

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How is Aggrebind supplied?

In 205 ltr drums and 25 ltr containers. There are 40 drums in a 20 foot container and 80 drums in a 40 foot container.

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Does Aggrebind have quality controls?

Yes. Aggrebind has a unique formulation that includes a tracer. This tracer offers Engineers and clients a unique opportunity to evaluate the polymer present in the treated material. This is carried out by an independent laboratory to ensure the credibility

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What types of standard road construction equipment are used?

You need something to rip the road and break up the surface like a Meri Crusher, a spray truck, road grader and smooth drum vibration compactor. The polymer can be diluted with virtually any type of water but sea water can

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Can standard road testing methods be used?

Yes. Standard troxler or cone penetrometer equipment can be used. Core sampling is not recommended as this can damage the long strings of cross-linking polymer.

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Does Aggrebind require specialised equipment?

No. All standard road construction and block making equipment can be used.

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Is Aggrebind quicker and cheaper than conventional road construction?

Yes. It is 50% to 75% faster than conventional road construction and will reduce costs by 40-60%.

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Is there a basic specification for materials?

A minimum of 35% fines passing through a 0.63 sieve and no stone larger than 20% of the layer depth being stabilised. Aggrebind is effective with cohesive and non-cohesive materials, even desert sand.

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