Infrared Pot Hole Repairs

 

 

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Infrared pothole repair offers several benefits compared to traditional pothole repair methods. Here are some of the key advantages:

  1. Efficiency and Speed: Infrared repair is faster, often taking only 20-30 minutes to complete a single repair, reducing traffic disruptions and labor costs.

  2. Cost-Effectiveness: By reusing the existing asphalt and requiring fewer materials, infrared repair can be more cost-effective than traditional methods.

  3. Durability: The infrared method creates a seamless repair by heating the existing asphalt and blending it with new material, reducing the chances of the pothole reappearing.

  4. Environmental Impact: This method is more environmentally friendly as it recycles the existing asphalt, reducing the need for new materials and minimizing waste.

  5. Temperature Versatility: Infrared repair can be performed in a wider range of temperatures, extending the repair season and allowing for maintenance in colder conditions.

  6. Better Compaction: The reheated asphalt is easier to compact, leading to a smoother and more durable surface.

  7. Reduced Need for Heavy Equipment: Infrared repair typically requires less heavy machinery, which can reduce costs and logistical challenges.

  8. Minimal Disruption: Faster repairs mean less disruption to traffic and public life, improving overall satisfaction for road users.

Overall, infrared pothole repair is a modern solution that addresses many of the limitations of traditional methods, making it a great choice for councils and road maintenance companies.

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