Thursday | November 23, 2017

pavement maintenance Archive

Gasoline, motor oil and other chemicals can wear down the surface of asphalt—particularly in high-traffic parking lots. Tell customers to monitor for any leaks from vehicles. If a spill or leak does occur, tell them to clean it as soon as possible.

When Sealcoating Isn’t Enough: How to Sell Your Customers on Replacing, Resurfacing or Patching

By Bea Bonte Cracks, wear and potholes are telltale signs of asphalt damage,...

How to Choose the Right Sealcoat Machine

By Maury Bagwell, lead engineer, Neal Division of Blastcrete Equipment Company Like all...
LeeBoy’s new CSV816 variable width chip spreader

Check Out New Paving Equipment

As you make plans for 2017, new paving equipment may be on your...
Spray injection patching cleans, tacks, fills and compacts in one continuous operation. The process requires a one- or two-person crew, can be used in cool or damp conditions, and doesn’t require a roller. Photo courtesy of Crafco Inc.

How to Patch for Future Pavement Preservation

Patching is an important process in any pavement maintenance program. We have the...

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