Alberta Transport – Trial Report
“Still, the contractor believes it is 1,000 times better than before and is very happy with the performance. A local resident stopped and told us the same thing. Other residents and businesses in the area have also commented on how improved the road is.”Frank Vidmar
Unlike any other soil stabilization product, Durament Permeability Reducing Additive is uniquely formulated to work with cement increasing California Bearing Ratio and tensile strength of most high plasticity and difficult soil types such as clay and silty sands.
Durament PRA hydrophobicly protects the proven benefits of traditional cement stabilization from water degradation.
Durament PRA enhances the applications process and pavement performance accerating set-times for almost immediate re-introduction of traffic.
Durament PRA advanced solutions can be used for new construction or rehabilitation of temporary and permanent infrastructure, in base, subbase, and subgrade layers.
Durament PRA advanced solutions has been successfully proven by Alberta Transport used on permanent rural roads.
Durament envisions the successful application of its advanced solutions for temporary construction and access roads, water retention ponds, hardstands and work platforms pavements.
IN-SITU STABILIZATIONThe application methodology of Durament stabilization follows industry standards and stabilization guidelines for soil-cement projects.
open to trafiicDurament pavements can generally be trafficked by heavy vehicles almost immediately after final compaction.
increased productionDurament is formulated to cure quicker than cement only, enabling continuous construction of overlaying pavement layers.
conventional equipmentNo customized machinery required. Conventional equipment includes: cement spreader, reclaimer, grader, pad-foot roller, pneumatic roller, and water truck.
The need for quality construction aggregates for buildings, roads, utilities, and transportation infrastructure construction and associated maintenance continues to grow across Canada, and around the world, placing ever-increasing demands on non-renewable aggregate resources.Phil Naudi
- Increase CBR more than 100%
- Less Conventional Maintainance 30%
- Less Conventional Build Time 55%
- Longer Lasting Road 90%
- Conserve Quarry Aggregate 75%
1640 kilos per cubic meter of clay & gravel
246 kilos of in-situ per square meter at 15 cm depth
24.6 kilos of cement per meter square