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
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)