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Use & Purposes

  • Road Pavement Resurfacing Applications Drainage

Highlights

  • Large range to suit the application

General Information

Paving fabrics are nonwoven, needle-punched polypropylene fabrics that due to their properties are known to  improve pavement performance and extending pavement life. Properly installed, paving fabrics are an important part of an overlay system that can:

  • Eliminate water intrusion through the asphalt
  • Slow reflective cracking
  • Increase the flexibility of the pavement system

Product Information

ProPave® Nonwoven paving fabric is primarily used in the maintenance and repair of road surfaces.

It is installed in the bitumen layer of the road, providing stress minimisation and waterproofing functions that prevents pavement cracking. It improves the lifespan of the new asphalt overlay structure.

Benefits of ProPave®

  • Allows for maximum protection against moisture and cracking
  • Creates a stress-absorbing interlayer to slow the progress of reflective cracks
  • Doubles road service life
  • Reduces need for additional maintenance
  • Ease of installation reduces time and labor costs

Application 

  • Asphalt Pavement Overlay
  • Chip Seal

*Roll widths and lengths may be varied to suit the paving application. Typically roll widths between 2m and 4.5m may be supplied. Product is supplied on plastic inner cores to minimise damage.

For more information please refer to the Technical Document located on the right.

 

 



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