Rubberized Asphalt Concrete

Rubberized Asphalt Concrete


Technology: Rubberized Asphalt Concrete

What is it?
A road paving material made by blending ground-up recycled tires  with asphalt to produce a binder which is then mixed with conventional aggregate materials. This mix is then placed and compacted into a road surface.

a. Resists cracking, which reduces maintenance costs.
b. Lasts 50% longer than conventional materials, leading to lower resurfacing investment.
c. Preserves underlying pavement
d. Greener solution
e. Provides better skid resistance, thus increasing road safety


Pothole Killer

Pothole Killer Truck
Pothole Killer Truck


One-man operated truck that fills, flattens, and seals potholes in 30-90 seconds per pothole.

The operator points the patchers delivery nozzle at the pothole and sprays a mixture of asphalt emulsion and stone to fill the pothole which is then topped off by a barrier coating of material to prevent tracking while the repair sets up.


  • Longer, lasting pothole fillers (lasts 1-3 years)
  • Quick and efficient process (30-90 seconds per pothole compared to 2-10 minutes in DOT’s current pothole repair process)
  • Reduced labor cost (only one worker compared to the 4 man team in DOT’s current pothole repair process)