Does AggreBind have quality controls?
Yes. AggreBind soil stabilizer 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 of the testing results.
How is AggreBind supplied?
What is the Harmonized Code?
How must AggreBind be stored?
Can AggreBind seal contaminated materials?
Can standard road testing methods be used?
Does AggreBind require specialized equipment?
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
AggreBind/water solution. This is why we recommend that the moisture level after spraying increases the moisture level to just over OMC.
What types of standard road construction equipment are used for soil stabilizing?
What is OMC?
Is there a simple moisture level test?
Will any wearing surface bond to AggreBind?
What is a sub-base?
This is the area immediately below the soil that is to be stabilized. It is important that the sub- base is structurally sound as this could affect the strength of the soil stabilized layer. The most effective way is to rip the layer to be soil stabilized and move the loose soil to the side or ends to expose the sub-base. Re-compact or improve the sub-base before soil stabilizing the base layer.
What happens if the treated layer dries out?
Can AggreBind stabilized roads be repaired easily?
Yes, AggreBind soil stabilized roads can be repaired easily, no matter how big or small the area. AggreBind soil stabilization has a unique bond-back capability that ensures that damaged areas bond naturally to a previously treated area.
Moreover the repaired area will attain the same strength as the previously treated original areas.
How soon can we use the road and what is the full curing time?
Can AggreBind soil stabilizer repair potholes?
AggreBind soil stabilizer can be used to repair potholes, Yes. But it is advisable to spray the exposed pothole first with AggreBind soil stabilizer, then fill the hole with AggreBind treated soil, compact and over-spray the surface.
With AggreBind soil stabilizer it is important to spray past the edges of the pothole repair as this prevents water ingress.
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