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Fibrescreed Repair Systems

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The problem:
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When minor faults in concrete carriageways and aircraft pavements are left to continuing effects of water ingress, freeze-thaw cycles and increased traffic volumes, the result is inevitably an area of spalling which rapidly deteriorates and becomes a hazard.

Repairing these damaged areas with rigid cementitious or epoxy mortars are not only very expensive but, all too often, have a short life span. Filling with hot rolled asphalt or other blacktop materials can only be a stop-gap measure. These time consuming repair methods also involve lengthy lane closures and costly traffic management.

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The Solution:
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The criteria for a successful repair must include the following:
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Effective Preparation.
Flexibility under all weather conditions.
Ability to withstand heavy traffic loading without deformation.

Excellent adhesion to prepared surfaces.

Impervious to water and salt penetration.
High skid resistant qualities.
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The Fibrescreed Concrete Repair System (CRS) meets all of these requirements and more besides...
 
The Advantages:
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CRS incorporates fibrescreed RC100. This unique, patented, material is a polymer modified bitumen with fibre reinforcement, rubber granules and aggregates.
This highly ductile material remains flexible at low, and stable at high temperatures.
When the repair is associated with a construction or expansion joint, the RC100 material acts as a flexible seal as well as repairing the damaged arises.
CRS can be applied throughout the year.
Fast Installation minimises costly traffic management and aircraft movement disruption.
The finished repair can withstand very high traffic loadings within minutes of application.
Neat in appearances, CRS is designed to blend with the surrounding surface.
The repair is totally impervious to water and salts thus arresting further deterioration.
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