BENEFITS OF • Eliminates having to use quarried road base material saves cost of quarrying, transport and time. • Cheaper road construction costs – 20% > • Unique ability to be used with the in situ soil material – including sand, coral, loam, clay and high plasticity clays.
Can be used on new road construction or to renovate old roads – including recycling damaged asphalt roads and existing mining roads • Used with in situ soil material, cement, Renolith and water – including fresh water, brackish water or even salt water. • Provides reduced vibration – reduced wear on vehicles and damage to adjacent structures.
Reduces dust in dry conditions – reduced water spraying ( up to 75% ). • Reduces maintenance by 70% to 85%. • Enables continuous (24/7 if required) road construction.
Faster road construction – up to 8,000m2 per 8 hours, depending on conditions. • Can be worked regardless of climatic conditions, temperature or even light rain events. • Increased life of road – 10 to 20 years on average with low maintenance.
Can be used for a full range of surfaces - private driveways, small local roads, main public highways, mine haulage roads, port hardstands, airstrips, lining agricultural dams, capping for rail lines.
Creates a greater tensile strength than reinforced concrete – eliminates cracking and potholing in most conditions. f = force a = modulus of elasticity
Can be topped with asphalt, cold mix tar and chip, or gravel rolled in to provide a wearing surface – or left unsurfaced for small local or low traffic roads. • Allows use by traffic within 5 hours of final grading and rolling. • Use of Renolith specified stabilisers enhances and speeds the road construction process.
Renolith personnel available to consult on road design and train local personnel. • Backed by Renolith’s 20 years successful international road construction experience. • International testing results available on request.
Renolith has been used around the world- Australia, PNG, Thailand, Ireland, France and Indonesia with great success CHEAPER – FASTER - BETTER